The Compliance Manager will work with Legal/Compliance to help develop, implement and train on all areas of healthcare, government contracting and regulatory compliance. This position will ensure that Visby is compliant with applicable laws, rules and regulations and will monitor the compliance program for effectiveness and the need for revision or updating.

Essential Duties

  • Determine gaps in healthcare compliance and suggest program improvements and enhancements
  • Develop appropriate policies and procedures for healthcare compliance
  • Plan and implement a monitoring and auditing program for compliance
  • Educate and train employees on compliance issues and solutions
  • Be a resource for questions and projects
  • Provide support for privacy and security compliance matters
  • Assist Privacy Officer and Compliance Officer in carrying out duties
  • Provide cross-functional direction and support related to compliance
  • Support promotional materials review
  • Work with departments to determine compliance requirements and help them to implement requirements
  • Support alleged compliance violation investigations
  • Draft reports as requested related to compliance analysis, trending and monitoring and auditing results
  • Help develop and complete compliance goals and objectives
  • Review of government contracts for compliance obligations and help to develop a plan to meet the requirements in the contract
  • Participate in contract review as requested
  • Help to identify and implement compliance monitoring and tracking solutions, such as software tools, vendor support and contract management
  • Manage anonymous hotline reports
  • Support risk assessment and risk management
  • Be informed of current legislation and enforcement issues affecting the healthcare industry, as well as compliance best practices
  • Help with due diligence on new healthcare businesses before they are acquired and help design effective integration plan

Education and/or Experience

  • Possess a minimum of five years’ experience in the healthcare compliance industry
  • Possess Juris Doctor degree or Paralegal certificate
  • Experience and ability to initiate, develop, maintain, and review policies and procedures for the operation of a healthcare compliance program and other similar activities to prevent unethical, illegal, or improper conduct
  • Skilled at issue recognition and recommending solutions
  • Ability to work in fast-paced, start-up environment
  • Compliance evaluation and auditing experience to be able to discover operational problems and recommend and execute strategies to provide needed solution
  • Strong ability to prioritize and perform multiple projects concurrently
  • Effective communication skills to report project risks and progress to senior management and colleagues - - ability to “manage up”
  • Strong knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, and Google Workspace
  • Proven ability to collaborate and advice management on compliance matters; ability to develop practical business solutions and to facilitate risk assessment
  • Possess relevant certification in healthcare compliance, such as or CCEP, CHC, CHC-F or successful completion of a graduate certification program in healthcare compliance

Physical Demands

  • Comfortable performing repetitive tasks and/or motions.
  • Must be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs.

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