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FAQs

OMH answers your career questions.

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What equipment will I need to work for OMH?

You will need a working computer, internet access and a camera.

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Is there a training process for providers?

Yes. Each provider will be required to complete 2-3 hours of training on the OMH telehealth platform - Kareo - prior to their start date.

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How is the scheduling and the billing handled?

Practice functionality including scheduling, billing, follow up documentation and prescriptions will be implemented on the Kareo platform. 

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If I am offered a position at OMH, how long before I can start?

Since OMH is primarily a private-payer practice, once the training and medical malpractice insurance for the provider is finalized the provider may begin seeing clients.

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What is the length of time for sessions?

Depending on your position, the initial consultation are 40 or 60 minutes and follow-up visits are 20 or 60 minutes.

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Can I set my own schedule with OMH?

Yes. OMH encourages all providers to work within a schedule that is most convenient for them.

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What are the OMH hours of operation?

Hours of operation:

8 am - 8 pm (in your respective time zone)

Monday-Saturday

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Can my schedule be flexible week to week?

OMH prefers a set schedule and 4-6 weeks notice for vacation or personal time off. However, OMH is open to discussing required flexibility at the beginning of the hiring period, or anytime thereafter with enough notice.

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Will OMH cover my malpractice insurance?

Yes. OMH will cover each provider's malpractice insurance, but will require a set number of hours that equates to roughly 6 months of service with OMH, or if the provider leaves prior to meeting the number of hours the provider will be responsible to reimburse the group for the total cost.

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What insurance is OMH currently accepting?

OMH is not currently taking insurance. OMH is in the process of credentialing with: Aetna, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Cigna, and United Healthcare/Optum.

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Does the OMH team have group conferences?

Yes. The OMH team is supportive of a collaboration of care with all of its providers.

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What is the compensation?

OMH will discuss the compensation for each potential provider and administrative hire during the interview stage.

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How often will I be paid?

OMH pays each provider and administrative employee bi-weekly.

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What types of clients will I be treating?

OMH offers a wide range of treatments and clients and providers will be matched based on the particular expertise of the provider and the individual needs of the client.

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