Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer – |
Corporate Compliance (CH):
The Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer (CCPO) position oversees all aspects of the Corporate Compliance program at Catholic Health (CH). Reporting to the Sr. Vice President and Chief Legal Officer and having direct access to the Board of Directors, the CCPO manages the planning, design and maintenance of system-wide compliance programs, management reporting, compliance education and training program, and compliance policies and procedures. Provides effective leadership and guidance regarding matters of compliance and ethical business practices and the CH Standards of Conduct. Duties include leading efforts to identify compliance opportunities and facilitate solution development. Serves as chair of the management compliance committee and facilitates management compliance committees and acts as staff to the CH Audit Committee. The position also oversees completion of the Compliance and HIPAA Work Plans. Supervises investigation and resolution of compliance issues, including hotline call investigations, and audit and monitoring processes related to compliance issues. Responsible for advising CH Board of Directors and management in regulatory compliance, maintaining the effectiveness of the Corporate Compliance Program and serving as a key corporate resource for Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement information. Obtains advice and counsel from legal counsel as appropriate and fosters cooperative efforts in compliance issue resolution. Directs and supervises assigned Compliance personnel as required and works closely with internal audit to coordinate internal compliance risk assessment and other internal audit functions with the compliance function.
Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer
Corporate Compliance Specialist
Corporate Compliance Coordinator
SKILL AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT (MINIMUM):
Juris Doctorate or Masters degree in Business or Health Care Administration or related Masters degree is preferred. Professional Certification (e.g. CHC, CPA) may be accepted in lieu of Masters.
Minimum five (5) years in a significant health care managerial position with at least three (3) years working in healthcare compliance activity and working with senior management and Board of Directors.
Knowledge, Skill and Ability
- Proficient used of technology generally available on personal computers
- Strong knowledge of auditing, coding, and/or billing
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work independently, prioritize and manage several projects simultaneously and meet strict deadlines
- Good organizational skills
- Sound judgment, discretion and the ability to handle sensitive information appropriately