Adventist Health System Assistant Regional Corporate Responsibility Officer Full Time Day in Orange City, Florida
Full Time, Days
Florida Hospital Fish Memorial
For a young hospital built in 1994, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial has a long history dating back to 1952. Beginning as a humble, 50 bed facility more than six decades ago, we’ve grown to become one of Volusia County’s most comprehensive and trusted healthcare resources. With Florida Hospital's tremendous resources and expertise, our community hospital has continued to thrive due to constantly improving advanced medical technologies and experienced clinical talent.
Through our dedication to excellence we have been recognized as Orlando Sentinel’s "Top 100 Companies for Working Families" for 9 consecutive years. We also received the Performance Achievement Award from the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization of Florida, as well as, the 24 th Annual Commissioner’s Business Recognition Award from the Florida Educational Foundation and Florida Department of Education.
As a member of Adventist Health System, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial operates as a not-for-profit organization focused on improving the health of the community it serves. This is a direct reflection of our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ with skill and compassion." Best of all, it’s just a short trip from some of Florida’s most exciting attractions—and minutes from the beaches in Daytona! Qualifications
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND JOB RESPONSIBILITIES :
Assume the responsibility of RCRO – Central Florida Division-North Region in the absence of the RCRO.
Coordinates and schedules monitoring and auditing activity for the Hospital and Ancillary entities in the Central Florida Division-North Region.
In association with the RCRO, provides communication, training, and education regarding regulatory compliance to ensure consistency across the region.
Assist in development and dissemination of Corporate Responsibility education to all workforce members in the Region. Develop and support compliance and code of conduct education, including new employee orientation, compliance training and facility leadership training.
Performs compliance investigations, hotline responses, and other activities for the region in association with the RCRO.
As assigned by RCRO, designs and conducts audits in the region and presents findings to the associated Hospital’s Corporate Responsibility Steering Committee or Executives/Leadership.
Conducts independently or assists with any external audits in conjunction with AHS Corporate Responsibility and RCRO.
Responsible for assuring the uploading and submission of monitoring and auditing documentation to Corporate Arc to meet timely filing requirements.
Attend/Conducts Corporate Responsibility Steering Committee meetings within the region.
Present Corporate Responsibility educational sessions to Hospital Boards, Executives, Leadership and Staff as assigned by RCRO.
Other responsibilities as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
Ability to understand the healthcare regulatory environment.
Ability to satisfactorily communicate (verbally and written) with senior leadership and all other levels of personnel throughout the organization.
Demonstrable organizational skills in compliance related activities.
Demonstrable skill in the use of productivity software including MS Word, MS Excel
Must maintain a high level of confidentiality.
Ability to travel to Region Hospitals.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS PREFERRED:
Experience making presentations to groups
Advanced experience with Microsoft Office
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Finance, or other healthcare related field.
Minimum of three years healthcare compliance, regulatory, or financial auditing experience or completion of AHS Residency in Corporate Responsibility.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE PREFERRED:
- Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Health Law, or Business Administration preferred.
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION REQUIRED:
- Healthcare compliance certification required or obtained within first year.
This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.