Community Health Systems Manager Compliance in Franklin, Tennessee

Description:

Community Health Systems ("CHSPSC, LLC") is one of the leading operators of general acute care hospitals. The organization's affiliates own, operate, or lease more than 100 hospitals in 20 states, with an aggregate of approximately 21,000 licensed beds. The consolidated organization owns and leases community hospitals that offer quality, cost-effective healthcare including a range of inpatient medical and surgical services, outpatient treatment and skilled nursing care. In over 60 percent of the markets served, CHS-affiliated hospitals are the sole provider of healthcare services.

CHSPSC, LLC seeks a Manager Compliance for its Franklin, TN, headquarters Compliance team.

Summary:

The Compliance Manager will be responsible for managing clinically focused compliance related projects, assisting Corporate Compliance Directors (CCD) with monitoring various clinical project activities, and researching various clinical compliance concerns. In addition, the Compliance Manager will assist in monitoring and reporting on various regulatory requirements including development of OIG risk area compliance alerts, review and/or development of policies and procedures, monitoring and reporting of new hospital lines of business. The Compliance Manager should possess the ability to communicate with many layers of management and staff, both in the facilities/entities (Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, etc.) and at the Corporate Office. The Compliance Manager will also be responsible for assisting the Corporate Compliance Directors with other projects as assigned by the Senior Director, Corporate Compliance, the Senior Vice President, Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer, and/or the Corporate Compliance Directors.

Qualifications

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

•Assist in the development of audit tools, education materials and other resource documents to support full implementation of the CHS Corporate Compliance Program in clinical areas of affiliated entities including Behavioral Health entities, Ambulance providers, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Human Subject Research, Acute and Post_acutePost acute Care Clinical programs.

•Maintain an awareness of current laws, statutes, regulations, etc. impacting healthcare clinical operations.

•Prepare oral and written reports including recommendations for improvement based upon audit and investigative findings.

•Assist with the development of incident investigations as requested or directed by the Senior Director, Corporate Compliance, Senior Vice President, Corporate Compliance and Privacy Officer, or the Corporate Compliance Directors. This activity will include conducting or participating in interviews, reviewing various types of documentation, and developing written reports to document findings and resolutions.

•Research and analyze laws and regulations related to pertinent incidents and projects.

•Analyze compliance issues with CCD team

•Research and respond to routine compliance questions

•Review Facility Compliance Committee (FCC) meeting minutes to appropriate meeting minute content in accordance with established guidelines to identify any clinically focused risk areas

•Track overpayments/underpayments and identify significant overpayment amounts for inclusion in company required reporting

•Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

Reasoning and Communication Ability:

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. To perform this job successfully an individual must possess strong organizational and problem solving skills. The associate should also have significant experience dealing with multiple competing priorities and communicating with persons with varied educational backgrounds.

Computer Skills:

Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

Physical Demands:

Ability to see, read, hear, and speak clearly. Ability to lift 25 pounds, possess the ability to bend, twist, and reach on occasion. This position requires the physical ability to keyboard, walk for some length on occasion and travel via car/plane on occasion.

Education/Experience:

Minimum of LPN required with 3-5 years clinical experience in acute care or post-acute care setting. Specific training or experience in a hospital setting with quality or compliance experience is preferred. Demonstrated experience in prioritizing, conducting investigations, and documenting investigations is also preferred.

Job: Corporate Positions

Organization: CHS Corporate

Location: TN-Franklin

Requisition ID: 1814066

This organization does not discriminate in any way to deprive any person of employment opportunities or otherwise adversely affect the status of any employee because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, citizenship, veteran status, or military or uniformed services, in accordance with all applicable governmental laws and regulations. In addition, the facility complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.