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About Cerebral

Cerebral's mission is to democratize access to high-quality mental health care for all through evidence-based solutions. Founded in 2020, the company provides accessible, convenient, and affordable telehealth services to address the struggles experienced by many individuals in need of better mental health care. Patients in all 50 states rely on Cerebral for a range of mental health care services such as talk therapy, behavioral counseling, and medication management. 


The organization is led by CEO David Mou, a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, who is committed to upholding the highest clinical standards and delivering industry-leading patient outcomes. For more information, visit cerebral.com.

 
Who we are (our company values):
  • Client-first focus - Put wellbeing & needs of clients first, applying the highest standard of care
  • Results and data-driven - Use evidence-based practices & proprietary data to optimize care
  • Ownership - Ownership of patient outcomes, incl. proactive mgmt. of treatment plan
  • Mission-drive experimentation - Embrace innovative initiatives through cross-training across specialties & new modalities
  • Lead with empathy - Ensure that all client interactions are characterized by authentic empathy & compassion
  • Deep, hands-on leadership - Leaders work collaboratively & in-depth with cross-disciplinary care teams to provide holistic treatment
About the Role:
 
We are looking for a multi-state-licensed Collaborating Psychiatrist who wants to support our mission in improving access to long term mental healthcare! The Psychiatrist role entails functioning as a collaborating supervisor for psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners in applicable states respectively. The Collaborative Psychiatrist will collaborate with the PMHNP team and conduct patient chart audits on a monthly basis. Furthermore, the psychiatrist will need to fulfill any state-specific requirement as a collaborator (e.g.: attendance in meetings, etc.). The role requires ability in evaluation, assessment, proper documentation, and appropriate intervention(s). Candidate must be clinically strong, function autonomously and competently, and have strong critical thinking skills to provide appropriate triage care.
 
The Ideal Candidate Should Be:
  • Flexible
  • Patient Centric
  • Self-Motivated
  • Energetic
  • Vigilant
  • Professional
  • Technologically Savvy
  • Comfortable working remotely in a virtual team setting
  • Please ensure that you can supervise 4 Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Current/active state license (multiple state licensure strongly preferred)
  • Active Licenses must be in good standing
  • Strong Clinical Background
  • National Board Certification
  • Ability to understand and navigate Google Apps, Slack, and EMR
  • Able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing
Bonus Points:
  • Candidate is licensed AND resides in AL, GA, or SC.
  • Candidate is licensed in one or more listed (CA, DE, GA, IL, MI, OH, OK, SC, TX, VA, WV)
  • Multiple state licenses 5+
  • Typing speed of at least 50 words per minute.

Cerebral, Inc. is a management services organization that provides health information technology, information management system, and non-clinical administrative support services for various medical practices, including Cerebral Medical Group, PA and its affiliated practices (CMG), who are solely responsible for providing and overseeing all clinical matters. Cerebral, Inc. does not provide healthcare services, employ any healthcare provider, own any medical practice (including CMG), or control or attempt to control any provider or the provision of any healthcare service. “Cerebral” is the brand name commonly used by Cerebral, Inc. and CMG.

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