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Chief Compliance Officer

Job Order ID 3096
Province/State Michigan
City Jackson

Posted Date 4/26/2019

Brief Description

Chief Compliance Officer


Summary of Position:


The Chief Compliance Officer ("CCO") oversees the Corporate Compliance Program, functioning as an independent and objective body that reviews and evaluates compliance issues/concerns within the organization. The position ensures the Board of Directors, management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, that company policies and procedures are being followed, and that behavior in the organization meets the company’s Standards of Conduct. Each of the our clients subsidiaries respective compliance personnel will report directly to the CCO.


The Corporate Compliance Office exists:


As a channel of communication to receive and direct compliance issues to appropriate resources for investigation and resolution, and

As a final internal resource with which concerned parties may communicate after other formal channels and resources have been exhausted.


General Purpose:


The CCO acts as staff to the CEO and Board of Directors by monitoring and reporting results of the compliance/ethics efforts of the company and in providing guidance for the Board and senior management team on matters relating to compliance.


Duties and Responsibilities:


Works with each Subsidiary’s compliance personnel to develop, initiate, maintain, and revise policies and procedures for the general operation of the Compliance Program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Manages day-to-day operation of the Program.


Develops and periodically reviews and updates Standards of Conduct to ensure continuing currency and relevance in providing guidance to management and employees.


Collaborates with other departments to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution. Consults with the Corporate attorney as needed to resolve difficult legal compliance issues.


Responds to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and Standards of Conduct by evaluating or recommending the initiation of investigative procedures. Develops and oversees a system for uniform handling of such violations across all Subsidiaries.


Acts as an independent review and evaluation body to ensure that compliance issues/concerns within the organization are being appropriately evaluated, investigated and resolved.


Monitors, and as necessary, coordinates compliance activities of other departments to remain abreast of the status of all compliance activities and to identify trends.


Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk; develops/implements corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provides general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.


Measures compliance by conducting routine and/or focused internal audits of policy/procedure adherence as well as coordinating audits generated by external sources.


Provides reports on a regular basis, and as directed or requested, to keep the Corporate Compliance Committee of the Board and senior management informed of the operation and progress of compliance efforts.


Ensures proper reporting of violations or potential violations to duly authorized enforcement agencies as appropriate and/or required.


Establishes and provides direction and management of the compliance Hotline.


Institutes and maintains an effective compliance communication program for the organization, including promoting (a) use of the Compliance Hotline; (b) heightened awareness of Standards of Conduct, and (c) understanding of new and existing compliance issues and related policies and procedures.


Works with the Human Resources Department and others as appropriate to develop an effective compliance training program, including appropriate introductory training for new employees as well as ongoing training for all employees and managers.


Monitors the performance of the Compliance Program and relates activities on a continuing basis, taking appropriate steps to improve its effectiveness.


Requirement Note



Education: A Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s desired. Background in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and fraud and abuse laws required.


Experience: A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a healthcare revenue cycle management organization, to include demonstrated leadership. Familiarity with operational, financial, quality assurance, and human resource procedures and regulations is a must.


Contact Details:
Dianne Nasiatka