Company: Mental Health Center of Denver
Posted on: August 3, 2020
EMPLOYMENT VALUE PROPOSITION:Mental Health Center of Denver
provides you with the support you need to help you develop a career
in helping others succeed. We innovate, adapt, and leverage the
diverse perspectives of the people on our team and the people we
serve in everything we do. STARTING SALARY: $55,000 - $62,000 per
year Learn what it is like to work at the Mental Health Center of
Denver: POSITION SUMMARY: This position will assist the Director of
Compliance in the ongoing progression and maintenance of Mental
Health Center of Denvers compliance operations and initiatives.
Under general supervision, the Compliance Generalist will perform a
variety of duties centered on compliance with applicable laws,
rules, and regulations; internal policies and procedures; accepted
business practices; ethical standards; and contractual obligations.
Design, plan, and conductoperational, compliance, and regulatory
audits(nofinancial auditing). Serve as lead on external audits.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Help create, maintain, and revise
compliance policies and procedures. Work with other departments to
keep their policies and procedures up to date. Draft or recommend
updates to policies and procedures. Ensure policy standardization.
Conduct internal audits. May include audits of electronic medical
records. Determine scope, objectives, approach, and time budget.
Identify risks and areas for improvement. Analyze audit findings.
Communicate audit results and recommendations in a clear and
concise written report. Oversee external audits. Coordinate with
external agencies and internal departments on documentation
requests and submissions, preparing for audit onsite visits, and
corrective action plan responses. Circulate feedback to
stakeholders. Assist in the development of educational and training
presentations/modules. Coordinate training needs and objectives
with the training department. Assist with the development and
maintenance of forms, notices, and associated materials to reflect
organizational processes as well as compliance. Maintain logs of
compliance inquiries and activities. Track research and disposition
of compliance issues. May be asked to research and respond to
routine compliance questions. Assist with monitoring activities for
compliance with applicable laws and regulations and internal
policies and procedures. Monitor communication avenues (e.g.,
compliance hotline, emails). May be asked to respond, assist with
investigations, or provide follow up. Maintain logs. Active
participation, input, and support in the daily functional
requirements of the organizations Compliance Program. Build,
develop, and maintain strong business relationships with colleagues
on team and business and technology partners. EDUCATION Bachelors
degree or higher. Medical and/or clinical professionals encouraged
to apply. EXPERIENCE 3 - 5 years of experience in an office
setting, with at least 2 of those years in a healthcare
environment. Experience in behavioral health highly desired. Ideal
candidate should be familiar with electronic health records and
have a knowledge of coding or documentation standards and
guidelines Experience in healthcare auditing preferred. SKILL AND
COMPETENCIES Able to follow directions and work independently.
Concurrently handle multiple projects and tasks. Perform detailed
work accurately and take initiative to learn new tasks. Strong
analytic, critical thinking, interpersonal, and technical skills.
Strong problem solving skills, with the ability to identify and
resolve problems of moderate complexity. Consistently demonstrate a
high standard of personal and professional conduct, ethics,
objectivity, judgment, and discretion. Knowledge of audit and
monitoring processes, and the ability to effectively implement and
maintain them. Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle
highly sensitive information with discretion. Act as a team leader
for small projects or work groups. Ability to communicate clearly,
tactfully, and professionally both orally and in writing. Knowledge
and understanding of trauma-informed care principles/practices.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability
to sit, stand, bend and reach, operate standard office equipment
such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer, and other
business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs. by Jobble
Keywords: Mental Health Center of Denver, Denver , Compliance Generalist, Other , Denver, Colorado
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