Mountain States Health Alliance
Since 1998, Mountain States Health Alliance has been bringing the nation’s best health care close to home to serve the residents of Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Southeastern Kentucky and Western North Carolina. This not-for-profit health care organization based in Johnson City, Tenn., operates a family of 13 hospitals serving a 29-county region. Mountain States offers a large tertiary hospital with a level 1 trauma center, a dedicated children’s hospital, several community hospitals, two critical access hospitals, a behavioral health hospital, two long-term care facilities, home care and hospice services, retail pharmacies, outpatient services, and a comprehensive medical management corporation. The team members, physicians and volunteers who make up Mountain States Health Alliance are committed to caring for you and earning your trust.
The Corporate Compliance Manager in conjunction with the Corporate Director, Audit and Compliance Services, plans, organizes, facilitates and monitors the compliance activities and initiatives for MSHA operations. The Manager is responsible for providing or coordinating education on MSHA’s Corporate Compliance Program and other regulatory changes as they occur. In conjunction with the Director, the Manager will assess compliance risks in the organization and will develop detailed audit plans to detect, deter, and prevent fraudulent or abusive practices within the MSHA operations. The Manager is responsible for coordinating the Facility Compliance Committees and will work directly with the Facility Compliance Officers to promote the Corporate Compliance Program and coordinate reviews and activities. The Manager is responsible for directing projects assigned to Corporate Audit and Compliance staff and/or Facility Compliance Managers/Officers. The Manager is accountable for practicing fiscal responsibility by developing, in conjunction with the Director, realistic annual operating and capital budgets, conserving resources and monitoring expenditures to ensure the department remains within budget.
The Corporate Compliance Manager is a salaried supervisory position. The Manager will frequently interface with Senior Management as well as legal counsel, Board Members and Physicians. The Corporate Compliance Manager has the authority to hire or release employees in his/her area of responsibility.
MSHA expects that every team member will role model Patient-Centered Care behaviors and be guided by MSHA’s Values and the Principles of Patient–Centered Care. Every member of MSHA’s leadership team is accountable for coaching and monitoring reporting team members to ensure that the standards and initiatives of Patient-Centered Care are a living reality in their work units/departments.
MSHA expects that every team member will role model Patient-Centered Care behaviors and be guided by MSHA’s Values and the Principles of Patient–Centered Care. Every member of MSHA’s leadership team is accountable for coaching and monitoring reporting team members to ensure that the standards and initiatives of Patient-Centered Care are a living reality in their work units / Departments.
It is vital that an individual in this position be capable of good communication skills. It is of the utmost importance that written communication is legible.
MSHA expects all team members to support the VOS initiative by demonstrating awareness of the VOS system and effectively applying it to his/her work.
Job duties of this position may require access to protected patient information (PHI). The team member will be accountable for appropriate use of the record and compliance with all confidentiality and security policy and procedures related to use, access, and disclosure of PHI.
The Corporate Compliance Manager reports directly to the Corporate Director, Audit and Compliance Services. The Corporate Compliance Manager assigned to Tennessee operations directly supervises the Senior Compliance Specialists and other less senior compliance staff added to the Corporate Audit and Compliance department assigned to Tennessee operations. The Corporate Compliance Manager assigned to Virginia operations supervises the Compliance Managers/Officers at all Virginia facilities owned or operated by MSHA and other compliance personnel added to the Corporate Audit and Compliance department assigned to Virginia operations.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferably with a major in a business or healthcare related field. Coding Certification (CPC) or graduate degree is required. This position requires a minimum of 5 years healthcare compliance related experience. Maintaining knowledge of the healthcare industry and changes to the federal, state and other regulatory requirements is essential. Experience with personal computers required. This would include having a working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and coding software as well as experience with on-line systems. Excellent verbal and communication skills are required.
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