Interview and On-Boarding

Clinical Interview Process

  • Phone interview with Recruiter who will discuss candidate’s background, experience, position details, and answer any questions
  • Candidate will complete an online application and behavioral assessment prior to a face-to-face interview
  • Interview with Assistant Vice President of Regional Operations
  • Our On-Boarding Specialist will conduct reference and background checks. The reference requests are completed online by the reference and can be accessed through laptop, tablets or smart phones.  The On-Boarding Specialist will communicate with the candidate about any missing items.
  • An offer is extended after the interview process is complete, all required references are received, and MedOptions determines the candidate is a good fit. The offer acceptance is contingent upon the candidate being credentialed by the MedOptions Credentials Committee.

On-Boarding

Once a candidate accepts an offer, he/she must be credentialed with MedOptions, enrolled with insurance payors, and credentialed at nursing homes. This varies by state and type of clinician. 

What can a new clinician expect during the onboarding process?

  • Complete Credentialing and Human Resources paperwork which includes insurance enrollment applications, nursing home specific applications (if applicable), and additional required Credentialing paperwork.  Some of this paperwork is completed online .
  • All Credentialing and Human Resources paperwork must be completed prior to candidate’s start date within the timeframe given to candidate.
  • After an offer is accepted, our On-Boarding Specialist will notify the clinician about completing a drug test and PPD.  Proof of flu shot required during certain times of year.
  • Training schedule and other important documents are sent to the new clinician approximately one week prior to start date. The information will provide details regarding the first week of training.