The purpose of this role is to ensure that Veradigm adheres to its compliance obligations, specifically anti-kickback and meaningful use. This key, senior-level role is hands-on, i.e. drafting, contract review, technical reviews and training.
Responsibilities Compliance Officer Duties and Responsibilities
Serve as primary liaison to Veradigm executive leadership team. Collaborate with them on compliance program enhancements and key functional activities.
Actively engage with business partners to understand and provide proactive compliance guidance on proposed strategic and tactical initiatives.
Manage 3-4 direct reports who are also focused on strategic Veradigm compliance objectives
Provide strategic direction related to compliance risks, trend analysis and changing governmental requirements and provides guidance for compliant business activities to support business functions .
Strategically partner with Legal, Regulatory, Finance, Audit, HR and other areas of leadership.
Understand global legal requirements and best practices, and keeps abreast of new developments.• • • Excellent written communication skills needed to draft and revise contracts and policies.
Proactive work style, keeping ahead of the curve in auditing of processes, practices, and documents to identify weaknesses before they become problems.
Critical thinking and attention to detail needed to evaluate business activities (e.g. policies, investments, client partnerships) and assess compliance risk
Teaching skills to educate and train employees on all necessary regulations and industry practices.
Willingness to listen to and address employee concerns and questions on legal compliance.
Commitment to continued learning, remaining well-informed regarding internal standards and business goals.
Qualifications Compliance Officer Requirements and Qualifications
Academic and Professional Qualifications: JD degree and law license in at least one state, with willingness to obtain Illinois license
Minimum 10 years’ legal experience as a compliance professional and 3 years people management experience
Substantial payer and life sciences background - compliance focus within pharma or health insurance industries
Strong working knowledge of legal requirements and controls within the payer and life sciences industry
Hands-on experience in cutting-edge work in an area that's still being legally defined
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills; strong business acumen
Excellent collaborative teamwork skills; attention to detail and strategic thinking style
Experience working with senior leadership
Demonstrated experience developing and implementing a company compliance plan
Ability to successfully manage large projects
Travel Requirements: 25% travel / as needed
Work is performed in a standard office environment with minimal exposure to health or safety hazards
This role will reside in San Francisco (preferred), Chicago, Raleigh, Atlanta, Pittsburgh or Boston. This key leader must live in one of these cities or be willing to relocate.
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