VP Talent Acquisition
Seeking a Dynamic Clinical & Corporate Recruiting Leader
The Vice President, Talent Acquisition is a key member of the HR leadership team, and has the responsibility of developing and leading a talent acquisition team to meet and exceed the needs of a growing organization with a highly decentralized clinical workforce. This leader is responsible for transforming recruiting strategies from vision into reality by creating an amazing team who knows how to creatively source, engage, prioritize, measure what matters and use thoughtful sourcing tools, techniques and technology to create the best candidate experience, optimal processes and talent communities.
Reporting to the CPO, the VP, Talent Acquisition must build deep relationships and collaborate with Matrix’s HR leadership team, the senior leadership team as well as all hiring managers at Matrix to stay aligned to the businesses priorities, competency needs and hiring priorities.
Whether interacting internally or externally, this individual will serve as a role model of the Matrix core values:
Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Matrix Medical Network is a leading provider of home-based healthcare services for health plans, including comprehensive health assessments, quality gap closure visits, clinical service needs assessments, as well as post-acute and chronic care management. Matrix brings care directly to individuals where they live and via mobile clinics through its clinical network of over 6,000 providers spanning all 50 states. Leveraging advanced analytics and leading-edge technologies, Matrix achieves unprecedented engagement of health plan members and patients to improve quality of care and outcomes, while generating positive impact for health plans. Matrix supports populations of all ages from infants to seniors, across all plan types, including Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial and Exchange.
Acquired by a leading healthcare PE firm, Frazier Healthcare Partners, in 2016, Matrix is poised for new levels of growth and success. Today, about 1,600 Matrix Medical Network employees and 6,000 highly decentralized clinical workforce work in a collaborative results-oriented, execution-focused environment that emphasizes integrity and innovation. Teams work together toward the mission of improve healthcare quality, delivering products aligned to three solutions:
Quality Management and Revenue Integrity: Solutions for improved quality and risk adjustment to maximize reimbursement and value-based payment potential. In-home services include comprehensive health assessments, diabetes care intervention, well child visits and quality visits that deliver health screenings in the convenience of a member’s home, facility or local community via our mobile clinics.
Care Delivery and Management: Care coordination programs that improve health outcomes and reduce the overall cost of supporting the most at-risk members. Through in-home visits and 24/7 support, Matrix offers long-term support for members with chronic conditions and short-term care for members transitioning home after an acute patient event.
Population Targeting Analytics: Unique and proven data-driven strategies that improve the effectiveness of targeting intervention programs and empowers clients to make smarter, data-driven decisions about population health through Matrix’s advanced predictive tools and an industry-leading database that combines clinical and non-clinical data.
In December 2017, Matrix acquired LP Health Services – formerly the healthcare division of LifePlans, Inc. LP Health was an innovative partner to Medicare Advantage and Managed Medicaid health plans across the country, delivering solutions such as community and post-acute assessments, programs that help close quality care gaps and services aimed to engage hard-to-reach members. Adding those capabilities to Matrix’s established programs allows Matrix to offer the most complete and comprehensive set of quality and revenue solutions in the industry. The acquisition also gave Matrix more than 4,000 clinical providers across all 50 states with a wide variety of clinical skill levels.
In February 2018, Matrix acquired HealthFair, the leading provider of mobile health assessments. This addition gives health plan members more options and flexibility to access care, leading to even higher levels of engagement. The advanced capabilities of the mobile clinics, including laboratory, ultrasound, EKG and mammography equipment, expands the scope of diagnostic and preventive services available to members, further improving compliance and health outcomes. With the addition of HealthFair, Matrix’s network increased to more than 6,000 community-based providers across all 50 states, and through its relationship with leading health plan and provider groups across the country, Matrix’s services are now available to nearly one in five Medicare Advantage members.
Required Skills and Abilities:
Travel requirements: Travel ~ 25%