Corporate Compliance Associate
Do you have a passion for compliance and legal work? We have an amazing opportunity to work with our legal team on our new corporate compliance programs. We are looking for motivated, driven candidates who have a sharp eye for detail.
The Corporate Compliance Associate is a critical entry-level role that will work closely with the Compliance Manager in the day to day activities to develop and implement a comprehensive, effective, and efficient compliance programs. The position will provide administrative support in this area, and the ideal candidate will have a sharp eye for detail, and the ability to learn quickly in a fast-paced environment. In this role, the ability to research and analyze health regulations, as well as be familiar with writing project reports, policies and/or meeting minutes a must.
Working hours: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
--Policies and Procedures: Assists with the development and implementation of policies, procedures and practices for the general compliance and operations. Prepares policy summaries and answers questions regarding policies from both internal and external sources.
--Education and Training: Assists with developing and writing educational documents as well as working to ensure that all appropriate business partners, employees and management are knowledgeable of and comply with, pertinent federal and state standards.
--Reporting and Corrective Action Plan: Under the guidance of the Compliance Manager, prepares audit/compliance reports including recommendations based on findings/observations. Develops/implements corrective action plans for the resolution of problematic issues.
--Communication: Establishes and maintains open lines of communication, both internal and external, to effectively present department services (e.g., Hotline), policies, procedures and programs.
--Auditing and Monitoring: Assist with the investigation, review and analysis of general compliance, billing, HIPAA Privacy, and other matters to ensure compliance with governmental regulations and internal policies. Helps identify areas for audit opportunities based on industry performance, regulatory focus areas and risk areas within the organization.
Ability to learn and understand compliance related government regulations. Must possess ability to function effectively with clients, co-workers and others. Strong analytical, critical thinking, problem solving and computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office)
Minimum of two years related experience in a healthcare environment as an accounting/finance, billing, coding, or healthcare operations professional is preferred. Related certification preferred certificate in healthcare compliance (CHC) is desired.
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