Southwestern Health Resources Clinically Integrated Network (SWHR CIN) seeks to hire a Compliance Analyst - Training/Education to work full time in their Compliance Department.
Please note: Southwestern Health Resources Clinically Integrated Network (SWHR CIN) is a partner company of Texas Health. If hired for this position, you will become a SWHR CIN employee rather than a Texas Health employee.
The address is 8150 Brookriver Drive, Dallas, TX 75247.
Salary range is Min. $27.18/hr. to Max. $48.18/hr. - based on relevant experience
• Full Time: 1 st Shift • Will require up to 25% travel
This position supports strategic priorities of SWHR-CIN's compliance program. Work with Compliance Director to develop and implement compliance-related training material needed to facilitate employee awareness and understanding of the Compliance Program and its initiatives. Assist the Compliance Director to develop and implement communication vehicles such as newsletter articles, brochures, and other appropriate communication materials regarding compliance topics and initiatives. Maintain sufficient knowledge of the Code of Business Ethics to answer questions and provide guidance to THR personnel with business ethics questions/concerns.
Management and Oversight - Compliance Programs:
• Assist the SWHR-CIN Chief Compliance Officer with preparing for meetings by developing topic related agendas, minutes, and resource materials, where compliance information may be reported, as needed. • Perform the compliance training and education related monitoring in order to ensure compliance and understand historical performance to identify potential future risks. • Participate and present, when requested, to the Board and other executive committees on SWHR-CIN compliance functions and topics. • Contribute to SWHR-CIN compliance plan, as informed by the SWHR-CIN's compliance department strategy, departmental compliance work plan, and regulatory requirements.
Monitoring, Auditing, and Enforcement:
• Execute audits and monitor areas of potential risk and compliance identified issues. • Participate in the development and execution of the annual risk assessment. • Maintain database/log of compliance training, monitoring, audits, results and corrective action plans. • Analyze data, implement benchmarking and publish dashboards for key compliance and privacy risk areas related to training.
Program Communication and Training:
• Design and manage employee training compliance project ensuring training completion. • Create and coordinate trainings, job aids, policy briefs, tip sheets, and other educational literature including developing content with subject matter experts. • Write and contribute to training manuals, user guides, and internal documents/procedures, act as liaisons, maintain consistent branding and communication standards and guidelines. • Monitors and maintains open lines of communications through established SWHR-CIN mechanisms, including those related to anonymous reporting. • Performs training and compliance communication related to audit recommendations and findings. • Works with Compliance Director to develop and compliance-related training material needed to facilitate employee awareness and understanding of the Compliance Program and its initiatives.
Policies, Procedures, and Standards:
• Assist with the development of training policies and procedures that address specific risk areas to SWHR-CIN. • Report on a regular basis to the SWHR-CIN Chief Compliance Officer on program effectiveness including progress and efforts to reduce vulnerability to fraud, waste and abuse. • Work with Compliance Director to develop mechanisms, surveys and other tools to validate the effectiveness of SWHR-CIN training and communication initiatives. • Continually improve SWHR-CIN programs in light of organization needs and consistent with laws and regulations that impact SWHR business operations.
Investigate and Resolve Questions/Concerns:
• Facilitate internal reporting processes including the Compliance Hotline and open lines of communication for reporting of questions or concerns by employees, contractors, patients or others.
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:
• Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare administration, health information management, public health, health policy, business administration, or related field required or 4 additional years of experience in lieu of a degree • Master's Degree in Healthcare administration, health information management, public health, health policy, business administration, or related field preferred • 4 years' progressively responsible experience in the field of health care compliance is required. Experience working in complex organizational settings and demonstrated ability to interact and coordinate activities with various internal and external constituents is required. Understanding of federal healthcare programs, initiatives, and health policy is required with a Bachelor's Degree. • 8 years' progressively responsible experience in the field of health care compliance is required. Experience working in complex organizational settings and demonstrated ability to interact and coordinate activities with various internal and external constituents is required. Understanding of federal healthcare programs, initiatives, and health policy is required without a degree. • Working experience with regulatory agencies and knowledge of OIG Compliance Program Guidance preferred • 2 years' experience in creation, design, coordination of training programs highly preferred
• Demonstrated organization, facilitation, written and oral communication and presentation skills. • High degree of interpersonal skills, influence, negotiations, problem-solving abilities, and excellent communication skills. • Ability to work cross functionally and collaborate with other departments and organizations on compliance matters. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite. • Must be able to frequently problem solve, make decisions, interpret data, organize and analyze work flow, write, plan, and use simple arithmetic. • Must be able to operate general office equipment including but not limited to: computer, phones, and related media and information devices. • Must have the ability to communicate in writing, speaking, and hearing, both in person and/or by telephone.