The Dell Medical School of The University of Texas at Austin is seeking an exceptional leader to join the Department of Women’s Health as Assistant/Associate Professor of Gynecologic Oncology.
The Dell Medical School accepted its first class of 50 students in 2016, with the explicit aim of creating a vital, inclusive health ecosystem. As part of The University of Texas at Austin, one of the nation’s leading research universities, the Dell Medical School will pursue innovation in the redesign of healthcare delivery, excellence in healthcare research, and programs in interdisciplinary and interprofessional education. It is the fifth medical school in the UT System and the first medical school established in nearly five decades by a member of the Association of American Universities, an organization of leading public and private research universities. An extraordinary commitment of resources, both public and private, has already been made to enable the development and success of the Dell Medical School. The School is partnering closely with the community and regional healthcare providers and payers to provide new models for health promotion, healthcare delivery, and clinical care for the community’s underserved population.
The Department of Women’s Health encompasses the full range of subspecialties including specialists in Academic General Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Gynecologic Oncology, Pediatric Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.
The Assistant/Associate Professor of Gynecologic Oncology will be responsible for providing evidence-based, multidisciplinary care for patients with gynecologic malignancies, educating the next generation of leaders in gynecologic oncology and contributing to investigation and discovery in the area of gynecologic oncology.
Participation in the design, implementation and iteration of a value-based care in the area of gynecologic oncology
Participation in the development of cross-continuum, multidisciplinary care pathways for priority areas based on best-available clinical evidence, including referral guidelines for primary care providers and management guidelines for post-acute providers
Participation in relevant registries and patient-reported outcomes into clinical workflows for the purposes of measuring clinical quality
Collaborating with the LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes in the development and ongoing support of the Center.
Participation in the creation of care guidelines and best practices for gynecologic oncology for the Department of Women’s Health at DMS where national guidelines do not currently exist.
Participation in national registries and care protocols such as GOG or NRG as appropriate.
Developing partnerships with referring physicians, hospitals, and post-acute providers in Austin and Central Texas
Training and mentoring medical students, residents and fellows on new models of care and clinical practice
Contributing to the investigational pursuits of the department
Collaborating with other schools at the University of Texas at Austin and across the University of Texas system on multidisciplinary, value-based care models
Interested parties please submit letter of interest and updated CV: https://apply.interfolio.com/67875
Eligible for appointment as an Assistant or Associate Professor
Evidence of scholarly productivity
Experience with value-based care delivery and integrated practice models
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About The University of Texas at Austin: Dell Medical School: Department of Women's Health
The mission of the Department of Women’s Health is to improve the health of women through high-quality and comprehensive clinical care, exceptional educational programs, and investigation and discovery.
The department promotes health and equality in care delivery for women, regardless of their ability to pay. It has a unique focus on better health outcomes and recognizes the impact that community-based resources and organizations have in promoting health. Improving access to those resources and integrating services across the community to better serve and keep women healthy is an essential component of the team’s work.