Ethics and Compliance Officer - HealthONE Physician Care
Job Title: Ethics and Compliance Officer - HealthONE Physician Care
An exclusive role with Spring Valley Hospital, Denver, Colorado, USA.
About The Role:
This position is responsible for planning, directing and performing regulatory activities, providing analysis and support of the organization programs, compliance activities and day to day administration related to compliance. Position supports the GVP, DOO and Division in the area of Ethics and Compliance for and Ethics and Compliance metrics to include Clinical Laboratory Improvement, (CLIA), Ethics and Compliance Training, onboarding, and investigations. Position will be responsible for all Ethics and Compliance measurements.
• Serves as the Division Ethics and Compliance Officer, as well as the Division Facility Privacy Official.
• Implements and monitors regulatory compliance programs for the division, coordinates issue resolution, handles ethics line cases and reportable issues, company policy distribution and oversees compliance education requirements.
• Understands the Code of Conduct, Ethics & Compliance Policies and HCA Physician Services Ethics & Compliance Policies.
• Periodically visits practices (as required and requested) to assess implementation of the E & C Program and provide guidance, as appropriate, to practice Assistant ECOs to improve the effectiveness of their programs.
• Provides input and feedback regarding policies and procedures, as requested by the HCAPS Ethics and Compliance Department and Corporate.
• Works collaboratively with ECOs in other lines of business (LOBs).
• Be aware of new initiatives within the division and provide input where necessary while always involving HCAPS Ethics and Compliance and Legal when necessary.
• Maintains open lines of communication with HCAPS Ethics and Compliance department and ensure the HCAPS ECO is aware of major initiatives and compliances issues/concerns within the Division.
• Member of the leadership team. Participates in leadership meetings, strategy and operational meetings/changes with Division HCAPS leadership.
• Responsible for internal systems to ensure regulatory compliance.
• Ensures the HCAPS E & C office is made aware of all changes in the AECO position so the office can assist with onboarding the appropriate individuals.
• Reviews, interprets, and communicates relevant company policy updates. Monitors new and changed regulations and alerts senior management.
• Interprets regulations and their applicability to the organization; determines operational impacts of the requirements and leads the implementation of such regulatory requirements to ensure compliance.
• Keeps leadership informed of the status of Ethics and Compliance issues. Provide assistance to the operational areas with day-to-day regulatory compliance issues and assist with handling more complex regulatory compliance issues and non-routine inquiries.
• Reviews internal and external audit reports and investigation reports relating and assures
that appropriate corrective and preventative actions have been taken. Attends Audit exit conferences related to compliance.
• Assures that colleagues understand that they may raise concerns or report suspected violations of the Code, of Policies and Procedures, or of law or regulations to a supervisor, to any member of local management, to the ECO, or to the Corporate Ethics Line without fear of retaliation.
• Conducts investigations resulting from calls to the corporate E&C line.
• Acts as a resource to leadership for Shared Services for specific regulatory issues.
• Develops and monitors performance indicators related to compliance.
• Develops best practice documentation and implementation plans.
• Actively communicates with leadership, physicians, employees and other stakeholders related to any issues or compliance initiatives.
• Works with leadership to ensure that any new policies / processes are compliant with all company / regulatory requirements.
• Oversees compliance education requirements.
• Maintains professionalism in communication with staff and patients.
• Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures.
• Practices and adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements personally and in all investigations.
• Performs other duties as required.
• Bachelors degree in business administration or related field.
• Experience in financial, operational and system processes related with a minimum of 5 years experience with a compliance focus in a health care setting, preferably in physician practice management.
• Minimum of 3 years management level experience
• Organization - proactively prioritizes needs and effectively manages resources
• Communication - communicates clearly and concisely
• Leadership - guides individuals and groups toward desired outcomes, setting high performance standards and delivering leading quality services
• Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations
• Tactical execution - oversees the development, deployment and direction of complex programs and processes
• Policies & Procedures - articulates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures and systems
• PC skills - demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, Sharepoint, and others as required
• Project Management assesses work activities and allocates resources appropriately
• Regulatory expertise - provides regulatory guidance for leadership and all practices.
• Presentation skills demonstrates strong training and presentation skills
• Demonstrates analytical and detail-oriented skills
• Demonstrated understanding of business operations and their effect on the overall business result
• Proven ability to effectively interact with all types of people Apply Online. Click Here