Vice President of Compliance
Company: Clinical Pathology Laboratories, Inc
Posted on: March 17, 2023
Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Position
Qualifications: Quality is in our DNA, is it in yours? Clinical
Pathology Labs (CPL), a Sonic Healthcare USA company, is looking
for an experienced VP of Compliance in Austin, Texas .The VP of
Compliance is responsible for the day-to-day operation of CPL's
Compliance program which is designed to prevent illegal, unethical
or improper conduct consistent with current guidance and DHHS/OIG
Compliance Program for Clinical Laboratories. The position is
divisional in scope and the Compliance Director works with the
Chief Compliance Officer and affiliated compliance team members on
development, implementation and adherence to CPL/Sonic Healthcare
USA Compliance Program guidelines. This role is an active
participant in compliance education for all CPL employees.
Essential Job Duties:
- Leadership - Demonstrates the company's commitment to ethical
business practices, sets the tone with division leadership to
facilitate consistent messaging throughout CPL laboratories.
Skilled in dealing with ambiguity, driving change, and facilitating
resolution of complex business issues that may interface with
multiple federal or state laws or agencies. Provides guidance for
disciplinary action for employees that violate or fail to comply
with Compliance policies and procedures.
- Design, Develop, Update and Implement - Policies and/or
procedures designed to meet the compliance requirements of the
company, federal healthcare programs or other applicable fraud and
abuse agencies. Reviews and evaluates plan effectiveness
- Responds - to alleged violations of company rules, policies,
procedures, state or federal business laws rules or regulations by
conducting investigation proceedings when appropriate ensuring the
implementation of corrective actions.
- Audit & Monitoring - Develop and implement the activities
necessary to demonstrate an effective compliance program including
but not limited to auditing and monitoring activities. Reviews and
interprets audit and ensures they are completed timely. Maintain
compliance reporting, hotline maintenance and education,
documentation systems and reporting to the Chief Compliance
Officer. Performs annual Risk Assessment to define audits
- Training & Awareness - Monitor annual Compliance training.
Implement national compliance awareness programs, materials,
training modules and develop local material for new or changing
policies, regulations, etc.
- Reporting - Quarterly and annual reporting as required to
compliance committee, chief compliance officer on compliance
program activities.Other General and Related Duties Include:
- Requires regular visits to Regional locations, investigation of
all compliance concerns/complaints, and oversight of HIPAA.
- Ability to operate and administrate the central office
compliance reporting system at divisional level to manage
compliance inquiries, investigations, and resolution in secure
- Ability to remain current and interpret rules, regulation and
policy affecting laboratories and/or locate source material such as
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and affiliated Medicare
Administrative Contractors (MACs), DHHS Office of Inspector
General, and state regulators, etc.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills at all levels
of the organization both orally and in writing to convey
information, effectively manage conflict, and promote compliance in
- Detail oriented with ability to manage priorities for a
demanding workload, develop others, exercise discretion, improve
processes and measure effectiveness. Want to help get your resume
to the top? Take a look at the qualifications and experience we
- Bachelor Degree in Business Administration or a healthcare
related field required, Master's degree preferred. Certification in
Healthcare Compliance required (in process ok).
- Minimum of five (5) years of healthcare regulatory or
compliance related experience, including 3 years at a management
- A good working knowledge of healthcare compliance, Stark,
Anti-kickback statutes. Strong knowledge of Clinical or Pathology
Lab Medicare and Medicaid billing requirements.
- Ability to interpret rules and regulations affecting
laboratories and/or locate sources to assure correct interpretation
of these rules and regulations. Ability to remain current regarding
rules and regulations as they may be revised by various sources
such as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the DHHS
Office of Inspector General, and state regulators such as the
Department of State Health Services, the State Board of Medical
Examiners, the State Department of Insurance and local carriers in
- Ability to communicate with CPL staff and customers effectively
to convey information to promote compliance with rules and
regulations applying to laboratory operations
- Ability to establish and refine, as needed, systems to
effectively monitor CPL compliance with fraud and abuse rules and
regulations applying to laboratory operations.Scheduled Weekly
Hours:40Work Shift:Job Category:AdministrationCompany:Clinical
Pathology Laboratories, Inc.Description elevated 12/7/2022.
Requirements had minimal change. No prior candidates affected by
change as this was previously "Compliance Officer" which could be
VP or Director level. Sonic Healthcare USA is an equal opportunity
employer that celebrates diversity and is committed to an inclusive
workplace for all employees. We prohibit discrimination and
harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, age,
national origin, disability, genetics, veteran status, sexual
orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other
characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.
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