Oshi Health is revolutionizing GI care with a digital clinic model that provides easy, convenient access to an integrated and multidisciplinary care team that takes a holistic approach to diagnosing, managing and treating digestive health conditions. Oshi Health has been recognized by Modern Healthcare and Builtin as the recipient of Best Place to Work awards. This recognition highlights our dedication to creating a workplace environment that prioritizes our team, fosters inclusivity, and is committed to our mission.

We take time to get to know each patient, develop a personalized, whole-person care plan that includes identification of symptom triggers and prescription of evidence-based interventions, including medications, dietary changes, and mental health support.  Our care is delivered virtually through our app, via secure messaging and telehealth visits.  When in-person diagnostics or procedures are needed, we take a concierge approach and coordinate access, care and follow up with local providers. For more information, visit us at: www.oshihealth.com

 

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Oshi Health

Licensed Psychologist- PSYPACT Credentialed/ Multi-state licensed

We are seeking a PSYPACT Psychologist or a Psychologist licensed in any of the following states: LA, AK, IA, MS, OR, HI, MT, NM, SD.  Behavioral Health Provider will provide GI-focused behavioral services to our adult GI patients.  Evidence-based interventions include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, relaxation strategies (diaphragmatic breathing, progressive muscle relaxation), Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, psychoeducation (brain-gut connection, coping with chronic illness, and gut-directed hypnotherapy. As a core member of the clinical team, you will have access to ongoing training and support from a GI-focused clinical team (GI/MD, GI-experienced Nurse Practitioners, Registered Dietitian, Health Coaches) to help you develop a working knowledge of digestive health conditions (IBD, IBS, GERD, SIBO, etc.) and implement GI focused psychological services.  Your role will complement services provided by other members of the care team.  Prior experience in the area(s) of GI Psychology and/or Health Psychology in general is preferred but not essential.  Our team can provide training in addition to ongoing consultation and support.

 

What you’ll do

  • In a digital integrated healthcare environment, collaborating with a multidisciplinary team of care providers (including MDs, Health Coaches, and Dietitians) to provide a comprehensive and coordinated approach to member care.
  • Utilize evidence-based clinical interventions (including, but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, relaxation strategies (diaphragmatic breathing, progressive muscle relaxation), Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, psychoeducation (brain-gut connection, coping with chronic illness), and gut-directed hypnotherapy).
  • Complete biopsychosocial assessments to design and implement relevant and concrete goals that support clients in achieving meaningful outcomes related to their GI condition(s).
  • Initiate and maintain health records and encounters in electronic health record and comply with guidelines outlined within company clinical protocols and other related manuals.
  • Participate in professional training activities to maintain licensure and advance knowledge base.
  • Participate in clinical coordination meetings with other care team members
  • Contribute to company-wide development of psychological best practices and feedback to share your professional experience with other team members and further improve member experiences

 

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or doctorate in psychology, counseling, social work, or other relevant field.
  • Active License to practice therapy in good standing (PsyD, PhD, LCSW,LICSW, MA in Psychology, LPC). Multi-state licensure is highly valued. 
  • 2+ Years Relevant experience delivering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, teaching relaxation strategies that impact brain-gut connection, Motivational Interviewing, (experience with GI focused care is a plus) 
  • Ability to work alongside and communicate effectively with other care providers (e.g., MD, Nurse Practitioner, Health Coach, Registered Dietitian)
  • Comfortable and competent with using common administrative technologies (e.g. Zoom, Slack, Office, Google Drive, or equivalent), charting electronically, experience delivering on telehealth platforms preferred

 

What you’ll bring to the team

  • High level of enthusiasm and a strong desire to provide high-quality, virtual-based care
  • Ability to succeed in a highly coordinated, cross-functional team environment
  • Outcomes driven, a quick learner and a self-starter
  • Well organized and collaborative, with an eye for details
  • Operate with high integrity, clinical competence and accountability for results
  • Share our mission and desire to improve the lives of many people

 

We take care of our people:

  • Competitive and equitable compensation
  • Flexible schedules — set the hours that work for you 
  • Advanced training and support from a specialized care team focused on gastrointestinal health.
  • Work alongside experts in gastrointestinal health and receive valuable clinical mentorship.
  • 4 weeks of paid time off and 13 paid holidays throughout the year.
  • Access health benefits with a 90% employer paid premium for employees. 
  • Receive support from a dedicated "Life Concierge" through Overalls.

 

We provide support to grow and thrive:

  • Advanced training by GI-specialized clinicians
  • Personalized guidance from our Licensure Specialist to achieve cross-licensure, if desired
  • Access to a CME management platform to streamline licensure renewals 
  • Membership to peer-reviewed research tools to inform evidence-based care 

 We believe in rewarding exceptional talent and are prepared to discuss compensation that reflects your unique qualifications. Individual pay may vary from the target range and is determined by a number of factors including licensure, experience, location, internal pay equity, and other relevant business considerations.

Compensation Range
$105,000$115,000 USD

 

Note: This job description serves as a general overview and may be subject to change based on organizational needs and requirements.

Oshi Health is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to creating a diverse work environment. To do that, we champion a workplace where each and every person is treated with dignity and respect and is valued for their unique perspective and contributions.

Oshi Health’s policy is to maintain a working environment that encourages mutual respect, promotes harmonious and congenial relationships between employees, and is free from all forms of discrimination and harassment of any employee (or applicant for employment or service provider) by anyone, including supervisors, co-workers, vendors, or clients. Harassment and discrimination in any manner or form is expressly prohibited. There is no tolerance for discrimination or unequal treatment of any kind on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, sexual and reproductive health decisions, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status or civil partnership/union status, familial status, military or veteran status, predisposition or carrier status, domestic violence victim status, alienage or citizenship status, unemployment status, sexual violence or stalking victim status, caregiver status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

This practice applies to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff, rehire, termination of employment, development and training, compensation, benefits and retirement.


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