The Mobile Prosthetic & Orthotic Care Program (MoPOC) is aligned under the VISN 20 Prosthetics & Sensory Aids Service. The duties of the Supervisory Prosthetist/Orthotist (MoPOC) Program Director, are primarily to be lead administrator, or perform work concerned with rendering prosthetic and orthotic services to disabled patients in the VISN 20 catchment area under the MoPOC program. The duties of this position include but are not limited to the following: Leads the national MoPOC initiative. Works under the supervision of the VISN20 Prosthetics Program Manager (VPR) with indirect oversight from the Orthotic and Prosthetic & Pedorthic Clinical Services National Program Office (OPPCS) Director. Collaboration with the VISN Prosthetic Representatives throughout the enterprise, will be required. Responsible for planning, development, and implementation of a nation-wide delivery system for mobile prosthetic and orthotic appliances and related services in coordination with the OPPCS National Program Office, the Office of Rural Health (ORH), the Amputation System of Care, and prosthetic and orthotic providers across the enterprise. Program development in the areas of management, business operations, education, innovations, quality improvement, public relations, regulatory issues, and clinical care. Act as a subject matter expert in the delivery of mobile O&P care for VISN leaders and the OPPCS National Program Office. Work Schedule: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
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