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Blue Sky Telehealth Careers

Telehealth Opportunities

At Blue Sky Telehealth, we are always eager to hear from dedicated and compassionate individuals who want to make a difference in the world. Our careers page is frequently updated with current openings for physicians and support staff. As a telehealth provider, we have the opportunity to help save lives all across the country. This is your chance to join a great team that truly impacts people’s lives. We also offer generous compensation and benefits. View our current openings for more details

    Remote Tele-Neurology

    Employment with Blue Sky Neurology as an Independent Contractor

    Ideal candidates will have completed a fellowship in vascular neurology or neurocritical care. General neurologists are also welcome to apply. Current licensure in multiple states, or the ability to get licensed and credentialed in all states is required.

    Great opportunity to work remotely as an independent contractor, while participating in cutting edge tele-neurology and tele-stroke services.

    Employment Benefits

    • Expenses covered for malpractice, licensure, credentialing and DEA
    • Premium compensation offered for night and weekend shifts
    • Compensation is a combination of a per shift and per consult rate
    • Flexible scheduling—full time and part-time positions are available

    Inpatient Neurologist

    Employment with Blue Sky Neurology in Idaho Springs, ID, Salt Lake City, UT or Denver, CO

    We have two positions available for onsite inpatient neurologists with Blue Sky Neurology. You’ll have the opportunity to work in the community and supplement your income with telehealth shifts, should you choose to do so.

    1. Salt Lake City, UT – St. Mark’s Hospital
      Vascular/Stroke/Neurophysiology/Neurocritical Care Fellowship trained or experienced Neurohospitalist physicians. Click here to find out more about St. Mark’s Hospital.
    2. Idaho Falls, ID – Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
      Vascular/Stroke/Neurophysiology Fellowship trained
      or experienced Neurohospitalist physicians. Click here to find out more about Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.

    Employment Benefits

    • Flexible block scheduling with ample time off
    • Generous base salary + quarterly production bonus eligibility
    • Additional earning potential with Telemedicine coverage
    • Excellent health benefits, 401k, and paid malpractice insurance
    • Relocation assistance, medical licensure & DEA allowance

    About Blue Sky Neurology

    Blue Sky Neurology is a physician owned and operated private practice. The founders share a vision of the future of healthcare and its utilization of telehealth services. Their dedication to excellence throughout each of their careers has culminated in the opportunity to improve the lives of patients across the country. The mission and vision of Blue Sky is to provide necessary, quality care to patients regardless of their geographic location. The Denver-based program has an embedded ACGME accredited neurology residency providing our physicians with the opportunity to teach outside of a traditional academic setting. Blue Sky Neurology is a division of CarePoint Health.

    • Inpatient Coverage at 12 Denver hospitals, 1 Salt Lake City hospital, and 1 Idaho Falls hospital

    • Teleneurology Coverage at 200+ Hospitals Nationwide

    • Mean Door to Needle tPA Time of 18 Minutes

    • Annual Stroke Volume of over 1500, >30,000 Encounters via Telemedicine Annually

    Quality Coordinator

    Position Summary: The Quality Coordinator for Blue Sky Telehealth is responsible for supporting the quality improvement initiatives and administrative operations of the division. This includes data acquisition and reconciliation for reporting and billing, preparation of presentations, compliance metrics, and daily information requests for clients.

    Position Requirements:

    • Education:
      • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • Experience:
      • At least one year of operations or quality experience preferred.
      • Healthcare experience preferred.
      • Experience in data reporting platforms preferred.
    • Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
      • Effectively works both independently and with teammates to ensure tasks are completed timely and efficiently.
      • Strong attention to detail to ensure accurate work.
      • Ability to effectively communicate, listen, present, and influence all levels of the organization, including executive and C-level leadership.
      • Strong proficiency in Google Workplace and Microsoft Excel.
      • Ability to take initiative and work independently.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Acquires, organizes, and compiles data from internal databases for monthly reporting on business volumes, quality metrics, and compliance measures.
    • Reconciles data sources to enable professional billing.
    • Resolves provider documentation issues as requested by clients in collaboration with the stroke coordinators.
    • Compiles monthly reporting and distributes to clients and providers in a timely manner.
    • Prepares compliance and evaluation reports and recurring presentations for clients.
    • Maintains up to date tracking of continuing education credits for providers and distributes to clients as requested.
    • Assists with administrative duties for continuing education events.
    • Responds to client needs in a timely manner.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    If you have questions about our positions, call us today at (303) 900-4258. We look forward to hearing from you!