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Work Schedule/Shift

8:00AM - 5:00PM

Job ID

5000571639706

Req. No

70047223

Job Title

Director Corporate Compliance

Region

CHRISTUS System Office

Category

Healthcare

Division

Not Defined

Company

CHRISTUS Health

Travel

None

Facility

CHRISTUS Health-68600

Address

919 Hidden Ridge
Irving, TX  75038
US

Type

Full Time

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This position provides leadership and direction for Compliance and Privacy for the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) as well as providing oversight and direction to the Joint Venture Compliance Program and Security Compliance program.

This position is responsible for the development and approval of the annual ACO work plan as well as the ACO monthly audits. The incumbent will prepare and present reports to the ACO Board. This position is also responsible for ensuring the CHRISTUS Health Joint Ventures have effective compliance programs through an attestation process, among other things. Additionally, the Director of Compliance is responsible for ensuring the development of a security compliance work plan and that associated audits are completed within deadlines. This position is also responsible for developing an annual work plan for the Assisted Living Facility and interacting with the leadership to conduct work plan audits.

As Director of Compliance, this position will serve as a role model along with all other CHRISTUS leaders for behavior consistent with the Mission, Vision, and Core Values of CHRISTUS Health.

This position is responsible for assisting the Vice President of Corporate Compliance and System Director of Compliance and Privacy with the development of the annual compliance work plan as well as auditing a sample of regional work plan audits to ensure accuracy and ensure internal controls are effective. This position will also assist the Compliance Audit Manager with the development of work plan templates, as required.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain and implement a comprehensive compliance program for the ACO which ensures compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Implement processes and procedures to maintain a current, active, and effective compliance program for the ACO
  • Research CMS regulations for the ACO's, develop work plan, and perform monthly audits according to the work plan calendar
  • Ensure corrective action plans (CAP'S) are implemented and resolved for deficiencies identified in the work plan audit
  • Ensures timely completion of annual compliance and privacy education for ACO providers and suppliers
  • Prepare and present compliance reports to the ACO Board
  • Review state regulations for Assisted Living Facilities, develop work plan and work with Assisted Living Facility CEO to perform audits as designated on work plan calendar
  • Provide oversight to the Program Manager for Joint Ventures to ensure attestations are completed annually and supporting documents are received from the joint venture demonstrating an effective compliance program
  • Provide oversight to the Program Manager for Security Compliance to ensure that the annual work plan and calendar are prepared and monthly audits are preformed and summarized and Coorective Action Plans are implemented and resolved. 
  • Assist the Vice President of Corporate Compliance and System Director of Compliance and Privacy with development of the annual compliance and privacy work plan
  • Assist Compliance Audit Manager with developing monthly work plan templates and identifying and developing controls to support CAPs, as needed
  • Review a sample of monthly audits for each region to validate the audit process and results and that internal controls are in place
  • Prepare monthly summary of quality assurance review findings and present findings to the Vice President of Corporate Compliance and System Director of Compliance and Privacy
  • Prepare list of outstanding CAP'S and the status of each CAP and communicate with regions until the CAP is completely resolved
  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • Master's degree in business/health care field preferred
  • Knowledge of Compliance and HIPAA Privacy
  • Working knowledge of ACO's and hospital operations
  • Knowledge of audit and investigation techniques
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact effectively with Executives, ACO Board, facility management and Associates, Corporate Associates
  • Ability to make independent decisions as necessary
  • Attention to detail
  • Effective skills in team-building, shared decision making and change management
  • Minimum of 7 years demonstrated experience leading health care regulatory and compliance functions.
  • CHC, CHPC preferred
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