Work collaboratively with IT leadership and decision support staff on any information system changes necessary to maintain and improve the appropriateness of Third Party Contractual Allowance calculations.
The director of training reports to the director of the UCEDD and will have an academic appointment with concurrent responsibilities in the Public Health Program within the Department of Community Medicine.
The candidate's responsibilities will involve clinical care of patients as a Perinatologist in the UConn Maternal-Fetal Medicine Associates of the UConn Medical Group, the faculty practice plan of the School of Medicine and MFM Division Administration.
As part of the national network of 67 University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDDs), we share a vision that foresees a nation in which all Americans, including Americans with disabilities, participate fully in their communities.
Current clinical strengths include bone and calcium metabolism, endocrine neoplasia, and an ADA-approved diabetes education program. Superb academic/clinical environment includes opportunities to participate in clinical research.
The New England Musculoskeletal Institute (NEMSI) at the UConn Health Center seeks a full-time clinician who would see patients with osteoporosis and/or metabolic bone disease in our Osteoporosis Center.
The qualified candidate will have expertise as a general orthopaedist with a principle concentration in adult reconstruction and total joint surgery. Must be board certified or board eligible orthopaedic surgeon withe fellowship training in this sub-speciality, with a firm commitment to academic medicine.
The position holder will also develop a laboratory-based or clinical research program and coordinate stroke research across the institution, and is expected to acquire extramural funding to support research efforts.
The University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, CT is seeking an Assistant Professor/Clinical Neurology (Movement Disorders) to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Department of Neurology, with a focus in movement disorders.
The physician who fills this position will develop a novel clinical practice in Physiatry (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) focused on the rehabilitation of Central Nervous System (CNS) disorders and peripheral neuropathy problems
Responsibilities will primarily involve clinical care of patients as a Mohs Surgeon and a member of the UConn Medical Group, the faculty practice plan of the School of Medicine, including office services at one or more locations designated for the specialty, and attending physician services at John Dempsey Hospital as assigned by the department chair.
We are interested in applicants with a focus in emerging areas in gastroenterology such as of colon cancer prevention, obesity, unique endoscopy skills and endoscopy outcome research; but welcome applications from other areas of concentration.
Established knowledge/experience of current family medicine practice is essential, with familiarity with the use of electronic medical records. Established teaching skills including didactic lectures, small group seminars, ambulatory precepting, and clinical bedside teaching preferred. A proven track record demonstrating the ability to work collaboratively with others in a team to accomplish projects and to balance multiple overlapping initiatives, are essential.
The individual must have expertise in all endovascular and open peripheral vascular procedures. Additionally, must serve as an educational mentor to general surgery and fellow trainees. Also, it is expected that the candidate will develop an experimental or clinical research program which incorporates trainees into projects. Salary and academic rank will be commensurate to background.
The Biomechanical Engineer will be able to develop independent research projects, collaborate with scientists working in various aspects of skeletal biology, biomedical and regenerative engineering and provide service work related to μCT and Biomechanics Core.