Military Health Prescribing Provider SME (MD, OD, PA-C, NP, RN (with prescription privileges)

US-VA-Falls Church
7 months ago
Requisition ID
# of Openings
Environmental, Health and Safety
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust

About Engility

Engility delivers innovative solutions to critical challenges facing the nation and the world. As a premier provider of integrated services for the U.S. government, we support the Department of Defense, intelligence community, space communities, federal civilian agencies and international customers. Engility is dedicated to making lives better, safer and more secure.




Engility is seeking a prescribing provider (MD, OD, PA-C, NP, or advanced RN with prescription privileges) with military health practice experience to provide change management consulting, development of common standards and performance measures, implementation of evidence based clinical pathways, and optimization of medical specialty lines (e.g., pain management, OB/GYN, Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics, Mental Health, etc.) in order to maximize quality, safety, outcomes, access, and cost effectiveness of specialty care.


Required Qualifications


  • Advise clients and program management team on healthcare best practices and policy issues, development of military healthcare guidelines and standards, and impact of legislation and new technologies/ practices on military health.
  • Provide consultation and though leadership to senior DoD clients using healthcare industry expertise to facilitate healthcare change management solutions and execution of strategic goals, taskers, and inter/intra departmental initiatives related to medical specialty care and interdisciplinary medicine.
  • Design and conduct healthcare process improvement analysis for medical facilities and medical enterprises.
  • Leverage a range of methods, including Lean Six Sigma, Kaizen or Rapid Improvement Events, Value Stream Analysis, Just Do It, and Voice of the Customer to support improvements in patient safety, quality of care, and access to care.
  • Facilitate discussions with subject matter experts, focus groups, and work groups to facilitate military health governance activities and reporting.
  • Develop and implement performance improvement plans.
  • Assist with scoping projects, developing methodologies, and managing process improvement efforts.
  • Work independently and collaboratively with DoD senior leadership, research and clinical subject matter experts, clinical providers, and education and training professional staff to provide analytical support, translate information, develop insights, and compile information for clients.
  • Draft and coordinate policies, memorandums, and implementation guidance impacting military health care operations.
  • Assist professional, support, and administrative staff with the execution of ad hoc tasks (e.g., information papers, testimony prep, taskers, etc.) to meet quick-turnaround requirements without impact to schedule/ other work efforts.
  • Create and edit briefing documents, memorandums, position papers, briefs, white papers, and power point presentations on healthcare related topics appropriate for an executive-level audience and/or healthcare professionals.
  • Assist in monitoring and directing day-to-day operations of the assigned program to ensure that policies and procedures are being followed, that contract and client goals and objectives are met, and that services and projects are being accomplished effectively and efficiently.
  • Update deliverables based on customer, staff, or program manager feedback related to possible gaps, errors, and improvements
  • Must be able to establish and maintain relationships, demonstrate initiative, exude a professional presence, focus on results and demonstrate enthusiasm 

Desired Qualifications


  • Minimum of three years of relevant experience in military health plus minimum of five years’ experience in a professional work environment.
  • Current unrestricted license to practice in a U.S. State, District of Columbia, Commonwealth, or Territory.
  • Experience with leading or contributing to process improvement projects related to patient safety, quality of care, access to care, or high reliability organization transformation
  • Hands on experience with Military Health System (MHS) medicine, business processes, fiscal controls, policies, operational procedures, and strategic plans.
  • Excellent analytic, writing, problem solving, and communication skills are essential.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and work with senior policy makers, clinicians, and large working groups.
  • Strong organization skills to manage multiple timelines and complete tasks quickly within the constraints of clients’ timelines and budgets.
  • Must be self-directed and have strong oral and written communication abilities, with strong conceptual and systems-thinking abilities and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be able to establish and maintain relationships, demonstrate initiative, exude a professional presence, focus on results and demonstrate enthusiasm
  • Must possess strong facilitation and coaching skills.
  • Must positively interact with diverse personalities in all levels of the organization.
  • Must be able to establish credibility, to prioritize, to be decisive, tactful and flexible.
  • Meet security requirements for obtaining a Common Access





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