Eleanor Health is the premier provider of compassionate, data-driven, whole-person outpatient SUD care in population and harm-reduction based models.  We are seeking an experienced and compassionate Remote Supervising Psychiatrist to support our Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Practice. As the Remote Supervising Psychiatrist, you will play a crucial role in overseeing the clinical aspects of our SUD program and ensuring the highest standard of care for individuals struggling with substance use. This role is a remote role and is anticipated to be .25 FTE or 10 hours per week as either an employee or an independent schedule.

Responsibilities:

Clinical Leadership:

  • Provide clinical leadership and expertise in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals with substance use disorders.
  • Respond to internal psychiatry e-consults within 2 business days.
  • Develop and implement evidence-based treatment protocols and best practices in collaboration with the treatment team.

Supervision and Team Management:

  • Provide clinical supervision to up to 12 PMHNPs in XX states.
  • Monthly group supervision  - up to 6 APP per 30 minutes, discuss cases, prepare educational material (0.5hr per week)
  • Individual supervision meetings with PMHNPs
  • Monthly chart audits of all supervises. (1 hr per week)
  • Provide guidance on complex cases, treatment planning, and crisis intervention.

Quality Assurance:

  • Monitor and assess the quality of clinical services provided within the SUD practice.
  • Implement quality assurance measures, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and ethical guidelines.

Education and Training:

  • Facilitate ongoing training for the clinical staff on new developments in addiction psychiatry and evidence-based practices.
  • Participate in the development and delivery of educational programs for staff and community outreach initiatives.

**Documentation and Reporting:**

  •   Maintain accurate and timely clinical documentation, adhering to regulatory requirements.
  •   Generate reports on program outcomes, patient satisfaction, and other relevant metrics.

Qualifications:

  • Medical degree with board certification in psychiatry with a minimum of 2 years of experience caring for people with substance use disorders
  • Board certification in addiction medicine or addiction psychiatry is preferred.
  • Active state medical license and DEA registration in North Carolina (NC) AND/OR Louisiana (LA) is required.
  • Preference for candidates who are also licensed in Louisiana (LA), Texas (TX), and Ohio (OH).
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in a clinical setting.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and learning.

Additional Requirements:

  • Ability to work remotely and ensure adherence to all telehealth guidelines.
  • Familiarity with remote supervision practices.
  • Availability for periodic travel and virtual meetings as needed.
Benefits

Eleanor Health offers a generous benefits package to full-time employees, which includes:

  • Flexible PTO policy - unplug, relax, and recharge!
  • 9 observed company holidays + 3 floating holidays- We encourage you to use the additional 3 floating holidays to accommodate personal beliefs/practices
  • Wellness Days - In lieu of “Sick Time” which typically applies only when you are ill, we encourage you to proactively manage your overall wellbeing, both physical and mental, as well as the wellbeing of those who play important roles in your life.
  • Fully covered medical and dental insurance plan, with affordable vision coverage - We are a health first company, and we strive to make our plans affordable and accessible
  • 401(k) plan with 3% match - We are excited to be able to support the long-term financial well-being of our team in a way that reinforces Eleanor’s commitment to equity.
  • Short-term disability - We understand that things happen, we want you to feel comfortable to take time to get better.
  • Long Term Disability - Picks up where Short Term Disability leaves off (employee paid).
  • Life Insurance - Both Eleanor and employee-paid options are available.
  • Family Medical Leave - Eleanor Health’s Paid Family & Medical Leave (“PFML”) is designed to provide flexibility and financial peace of mind for approved family and medical reasons such as the birth, adoption, or fostering of a child, and for serious health conditions that you or a family member/significant other might be facing.
  • Wellness Perks & Benefits- Mental Health is important to us and we want our employees to have the accessibility you deserve to talk things through, zen with a mindfulness app, or seek assistance from health advocates
    • Mindfulness App Reimbursement
    • EAP with eight face-to-face sessions
    • Virtual health and wellness visits covered by our medical plan.

About Eleanor Health

Eleanor Health is the first outpatient addiction and mental health provider delivering convenient and comprehensive care through a value-based payment structure. Committed to health and wellbeing without judgment, Eleanor Health is focused on delivering whole-person, comprehensive care to transform the quality, delivery, and accessibility of care for people affected by addiction.

To date, Eleanor Health operates multiple clinics and a fully virtual model statewide across Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Washington, and Texas delivering care through population and value-based partnerships with Medicare, Medicaid, and employers.

If you are passionate about providing high quality, evidence based care for individuals with substance use disorder through an innovative practice and about building a great business that makes a difference, Eleanor Health is an ideal opportunity for you. We seek highly skilled, motivated and compassionate individuals who take responsibility and adapt quickly to change to join our deeply committed and collaborative team.

Job Types: Full-time

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