Performs a variety of general medicine occupational and disability health examinations including reviewing medical history and associated records, interpreting clinical data, completing written reports and generating independent medical opinions (IMO). Examinations may be completed in person (in a clinic setting), in the examinee’s home, telephonically, or using telehealth platforms.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Occupational health exams to include pre- and post-employment and annual physicals
- Generalist approach to multi-system disability evaluations to include evaluations of conditions specific to the military operational environment like Gulf War and Prisoner of War
- Most examinations are in person evaluations but some may be completed virtually or by medical record review only
- General Aid and Attendance or Housebound physical examinations
- Completion of Veterans Benefits Administration Disability Benefit Questionnaires (DBQs)
- Provide primary medical evaluations to include, but not limited to, initial review of laboratory, pulmonary function and ECG studies Documentation of examinee records in appropriate systems
- Collaboration with other professional and support staff as needed and communicate with internal and client team members in determining the most effective and evidence-based way forward on behalf of the examinee population
- Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned
- Ability to travel 25%
- Demonstrates compassion and professionalism and a commitment to providing excellent service and care
- From a primary care perspective be able to fully assess examinee health status through physical examinations
- Excellent interpersonal manner and skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Collaborative, best proactive and informed standard of care-centric, decision-making skills
- Able to work independently
- Analytical ability necessary to evaluate and determine medical opinions
- Technically competent with computers/tablets to include proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and using Electronic Medical Records
- Knowledge of workplace health and safety concepts and OSHA regulations
- Unrestricted State medical licensure without limitations to perform full scope of authorized practice
- Education and training in an US accredited, post baccalaureate (Masters) course of study and certification by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
- Minimum 14 years of post-graduate primary care experience.
- Specialty/sub-specialty clinical experience also valued but not required.
- Experience conducting occupational/disability medical examinations preferred but not required.
QTC Management Inc. is a VEVRAA Federal contractor and an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company has an ongoing commitment to affirmative action and the creation of a workplace free of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. The company recruits, hires, trains, and promotes individuals in all job titles without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, people with disabilities protected under law, and protected veteran status.
QTC, a Leidos company, is the largest provider of disability and occupational health examination services. Our more than 35-year history has been marked by a focus on delivering high quality, technology-driven, exam solutions for our clients. QTC applies a customized, systematic operational workflow to administer evaluations, supported by innovative technology that achieves extraordinary quality, timeliness, and customer service goals. We apply a customized, systematic operational workflow to administer independent medical examinations and associated services. This workflow is supported by secure information technology and achieves extraordinary quality, timeliness, cost-effectiveness, and customer service goals. We believe in efficiency which is why our business is based on a one-stop-shop approach. QTC’s proprietary technology automates the examination workflow and provides clients with real-time access to case information, tracking, and reporting. Our network is supported by more than 1,000 experienced clinical, corporate and operational associates, and more than 90 clinic locations that include physicians, registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, medical assistants, phlebotomists, radiographic technology technicians, and various ancillary support personnel.
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