A cover letter must accompany your resume.
Compliance Intermediate position opening at a leading academic medical center. Compliance Intermediate is responsible for providing support to the Office of Compliance by serving as a subject matter expert on health care-related compliance topics, maintaining compliance to applicable laws, regulations and policies, by writing and reviewing internal policies and procedures, through the development of training aids, and maintaining a culture of compliance. The Compliance Specialist will have a focus on MSSP regulations, OID/COI management, HIPAA, General Standards of Conduct, and FWA regulations. The Compliance Intermediate will report to the Director of Regulatory Compliance.
- Support the organization's culture of compliance.
- Serve as subject matter expert on areas of focus, including MSSP regulations, FWA, HIPAA, COI, and general standards of conduct.
- Support the compliance team on FDR and FWA related matters, including sanction checks, leasing, non-monetary compensation, gifting, and general compliance matters.
- Respond to customer requests and be responsive to compliance support lines, including the hotline.
- Investigate and address alleged violations of regulations, rules, policies, procedures, and standards of conduct.
- Develop business processes documentation, training aids, and lead training initiatives.
- Prepare and update policies, guidelines, procedures, and processes for compliance program.
- Maintain proficiency in applicable regulations, standards, guidelines and trends in health law.
- Carry a caseload of assigned special projects and assist the compliance team in completing its work plan objectives.
- Support the corporate compliance committee in focused-related areas, including drafting communications, facilitating meetings, and maintaining agendas/minutes and other programmatic requirements.
- Exceptional writing & organizational skills.
- Strong project management skills.
- Demonstrated ability to conduct legal research, writing and advocacy.
- Proficient at interpreting and applying statues, regulations, and policies to situations
- Ability to work well in teams.
- Ability to adapt to a fast paced environment with changing priorities.
- Robust capacity to multitask.
- Bachelor's degree
- 1-4 years of experience
- 4 or more years experience in a position and organization with similar responsibilities and qualifications
- Advanced degree in health law policy and administration focused discipline.
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Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. This job may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.
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