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  • Shreveport, Louisiana, Brentwood Hospital is looking for a dynamic Director of Risk Management to join our team of professionals who are dedicated to providing help and hope to individuals and families for the achievement of improving their mental health. Help, by providing a safe, nurturing environment while they are with us. Hope, by providing options for continued improvement when they leave this environment. The Director of Risk Management protects the hospital’s assets from loss by coordinating loss control efforts, advising management and administration on all potential sources of loss, and make recommendations to minimize or eliminate risk exposure. The Director of Risk Management functions in a manner consistent with the philosophy and objectives of Brentwood Hospital and in compliance with guidelines and standards of The Joint Commission, other regulatory agencies, and the UHS T.E.R.M. program. Join our team and discover a rewarding, fulfilling career. Brentwood Hospital is a 260-bed psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment facility located in Shreveport, Louisiana. Brentwood has served Louisiana, East Texas and South Arkansas for more than 45 years. We provide quality services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. We help individuals and families achieve optimal mental health, resulting in improved quality of life. A dedicated professional team provides individualized treatment, meeting the personal needs of our patients in a safe and nurturing environment. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Risk Reduction by networking with department managers to implement system changes aimed at optimally reducing or eliminating causative factors Assists to resolve treatment issues including, patient refusal of treatment, consent issues, AMA’s, etc. under direct supervision of CEO, Corporate Legal Counsel, and Corporate Risk Management  Organizes the risk management function of all departments; develops a Safety & Risk Management Plan in conjunction with the safety officer; ensures the implementation of an occurrence report review system. Maintains an effective relationship with members of the medical staff ensuring immediate follow-up on physician concerns; reports risk management /performance improvement activities to the Medical Staff and Governing Board Performs risk surveys and inspects patient care areas in concert with hospital’s safety (EOC) program committee objectives. We offer comprehensive benefits for the Director of Risk Management position, such as: Challenging and rewarding work environment Competitive Compensation & Generous Paid Time Off Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Drug Plans 401(K) with company match and discounted stock plan SoFi Student Loan Refinancing Program Psychiatric Nurse Residency Transition-to-Practice Program (Could earn 20 CEUs) Career development opportunities within UHS and its 300+ Subsidiaries!   One of the nation’s largest and most respected providers of hospital and healthcare services, Universal Health Services, Inc. has built an impressive record of achievement and performance. Growing steadily since its inception into an esteemed Fortune 500 corporation, annual revenues were $11.6 billion in 2020. In 2021, UHS was again recognized as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by Fortune; in 2020, ranked #281 on the Fortune 500; and listed #330 in Forbes ranking of U.S.’ Largest Public Companies. Headquartered in King of Prussia, PA, UHS has 89,000 employees and through its subsidiaries operates 26 acute care hospitals, 334 behavioral health facilities, 39 outpatient facilities and ambulatory care access points, an insurance offering, a physician network and various related services located in 38 U.S. states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom. Qualifications Education : Graduate of an accredited school of nursing or other mental health related program; five years clinical experience in a psychiatric inpatient facility with knowledge of high risk areas preferred; three years management experience preferred Experience : Three years management experience preferred Hours : Determined by the CEO/Managing Director according to the needs of the facility
  • Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Become part of an inclusive organization with over 40,000 diverse employees, whose mission is to improve the health and well-being of the unique communities we serve. Job Summary:  This position administers medical malpractice claims, assesses liability potential, and provides education designed to reduce claims against faculty and staff of UNC Health Care System covered by the self -insured UNC Liability Insurance Trust Fund (LITF).  Description of Job Responsibilities:  1. Analyzes individual occurrences and trends and patterns for opportunities to prevent future patient injury. Recommends changes in policies, practice and procedures to prevent patient injury. Monitors compliance with loss prevention activities.  2. Develops case management plan defining key participants and steps in resolving claims. Defines issues involved in the case and makes recommendations for settlement strategies. Serves as liaison between Health Care System attorneys and patient attorneys, attending conferences with attorneys and staff, arranging meetings, pulling files and communicating policies and procedures to all involved in the claims. Gathers information and drafts settlement agreements. Authorizes funding for settlement payments.  3. Investigates medical circumstances and legal implications of incidents and claims. Researches medical records, protocols, laws, policies and procedures governing the alleged liability claim. Interviews employees, patient, patient family members, and others who are involved with the incident and claim.  4. Performs special projects that involve data gathering, analysis, preparation of reports, development of recommendations and presentations. 5. Plans, develops, and presents educational sessions with insured faculty and staff regarding loss prevention and reduction techniques, insurance coverages and exclusions, medical record documentation, legal issues and communication techniques.  Education Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline (or equivalent combination of education, training and experience).  Professional Experience Requirements:  If a Bachelor's degree: Three (3) years of experience in risk management, paralegal services, claims settlement work or clinical nursing.  If an Associate's degree: Seven (7) years of experience in risk management, paralegal services, claims settlement work or clinical nursing.  If a High School diploma or GED: Eleven (11) years of experience in risk management, paralegal services, claims settlement work or clinical nursing.  Job Details: Legal Employer:  NCHEALTH Entity : Shared Services Organization Unit : Risk Management  Work Type : Full Time Standard Hours Per Week : 40.00 Work Schedule : Day Job Location of Job : US:NC:Chapel Hill Exempt From Overtime : Exempt: Yes This position is employed by NC Health (Rex Healthcare, Inc., d/b/a NC Health), a private, fully-owned subsidiary of UNC Health Care System, in a department that provides shared services to operations across UNC Health Care. This is not a State employed position.
  • Daytona Beach, Florida, JOB SUMMARY This is a leadership position responsible for maintaining the effectiveness of a robust organization-wide Corporate Compliance Program to detect and prevent violations of laws, rules, or regulations. The position is responsible for implementing, maintaining and monitoring compliance program elements, including written policies and standards, workforce training and awareness of general compliance requirements, communications and reporting, investigation of suspected violations, and monitoring enforcement and corrective action. It directs two (2) employees in Corporate Compliance, and areas of concentration for consultation include government billing and the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The individual in this position will work in partnership with leaders throughout the Halifax Health system, and while reporting to Sr. Vice President & General Counsel, this position has direct access to the Chief Executive Officer, as well as the Board of Commissioners and committee members, as needed. 1. Establishes and maintains the Halifax Health Corporate Compliance Program. Compliance Program is established and maintained in manner consistent with policies, the Code of Conduct, compliance program guidance published by the Office of Inspector General and other relevant regulatory requirements and/or guidance. 2. Coordinates the activities of the Compliance Committee Compliance Committee meets not less frequently than bi-monthly; composition maintained per Committee charter; minutes maintained and communicated to Audit Committee. 3. Coordinates regulatory compliance training and education programs. A compliance education curriculum is maintained; compliance with minimum training requirements and new employee orientation is monitored; metrics maintained and reported on education programs and completion by work force members and others covered by the Compliance Program; training materials reviewed and updated as necessary. 4. Directs Compliance reviews and investigations. Investigations of compliance concerns received by the Compliance office are investigated appropriately. 5. Supervises staff in Compliance department. Assigns projects to staff based on risks and priorities of the Compliance program. Education: Required: Bachelor’s degree. Preferred: Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Management or related discipline, or Juris Doctor or Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Certifications: Certification in one or more of the following disciplines: Board certification health care management (FACHE), Certified in Health Care Compliance (CHC), Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC), Certified Internal Auditor, or other related nationally recognized professional credentials relevant to health care management and/or compliance. Related experience and training: In depth knowledge and understanding of health care compliance requirements. Minimum 5 years of experience in healthcare compliance matters, preferably for a hospital/health system. Experience with billing and coding audits is a plus. Other skills and abilities: Management and leadership style is characterized by visibility, responsiveness, communication, and accessibility; commensurate knowledge of applicable federal and state laws, regulations and other requirements, financial management (billing and coding matters) and third party reimbursement, and legal and contract aspects of compliance; strong interpersonal and communication skills; strong orientation to deadline and detail; demonstrated ability to work effectively and congenially with employees at diverse levels; decisive and exercises good judgment under pressure; ability to manage a diverse and demanding workload; and clear, concise and persuasive writing and presentation skills.
  • Chicago, Illinois, Job Purpose: The purpose of this position is to provide risk management consultative services to insured entities. This includes (but is not limited to) scheduling and conducting risk assessments, generating risk assessment reports, analyzing claims data and industry trends, participating in business retention and expansion efforts, presenting educational activities and providing risk management education through the delivery of resources and guidance to insured entities. Provide risk management consultative services, to include: Coordinating and reporting on risk assessments conducted on-site and virtually throughout the year Assisting and responding to risk management inquiries from insured entities Performing claims analysis to enhance future risk services Participating in retention and expansion efforts Presenting and participating in educational activities as needed Offer assistance and serve as a resource within as well as outside the division Provide high-quality service in all areas of responsibility Perform additional duties and responsibilities, as required    Education Required for Position: Bachelor of Science degree in healthcare Certification in risk management, quality or patient safety preferred Specific Skills Required for Position: Maintain a professional, service-oriented, approachable image while working with a wide variety of personalities Employ excellent writing and presentation skills Demonstrate good organizational skills and the ability to work both independently and as a team member Exhibit exemplary time management skills Function comfortably with Microsoft Office and learn new technologies and software as required Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle; extensive travel and driving required (up to 70% of the time)  Experience Required for Position: Three to five years working in healthcare with risk management, quality, or comparable experience Experience performing quality, risk, or patient safety assessments in the healthcare setting Experience reviewing policy and procedures as well as medical record documentation
  • Portland, Oregon, Director, Risk Management and Patient Safety US-OR-Portland Job ID: 21-19685 Type: Regular Full-Time System Office 1919 Building Overview ***Hire On Bonus provided for this position*** With your expert knowledge of clinical risk management, healthcare standards of practice and general liability, you will help us to create the safest and most welcoming environment for those we treat.   Together, we will follow the Legacy mission of making life better for others. Your strong leadership skills, combined with your genuine concern for the well-being of others, help to fulfill the Legacy mission of making life better for others.   Legacy Health, the largest nonprofit, community-owned health system serving the Portland-Vancouver area and the mid-Willamette Valley, seeks to improve our community by helping people live healthier and better lives.   To support good health, Legacy provides a range of services not found in any other single system: multiple hospitals, a children’s hospital, primary and urgent care, and complete medical specialties. We partner with many groups to build a healthier community for all. Plus, we value diversity and innovation as we look for ways to improve health care and create a legacy of health for all.   Legacy Health has six hospitals with dedicated children’s care at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, more than 70 primary care, specialty and urgent care clinics, nearly 3,000 doctors and providers, almost 14,000 employees, plus lab, research and hospice, and a partnership with PacificSource health plan. Responsibilities Directs Legacy Health’s clinical risk management program and contributes to the leadership of the organization’s patient safety and quality priorities. Ensures alignment of the clinical risk management program with the mission, values and objectives of the department and organization.   Provides direction for the following teams: Clinical risk management Claims management (professional and general liability) Patient relations Qualifications Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business or healthcare field required. Advanced degree (e.g. Master’s in health care, business, or a related field, or Juris Doctor) strongly preferred. Experience: A minimum of seven years diverse and progressively responsible experience in healthcare risk management or a related field required, including three to five years’ supervisory experience. Experience within multi-hospital system or integrated healthcare delivery system preferred . Experience with using everyday technology tools (e.g. email, spreadsheets, word processing, voicemail, internet/intranet) to access, organize, and store job-related information. Skills: Possesses critical thinking skills, decisive judgment, and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Ability to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action . LEADING AT LEGACY Demonstrates the ability to act consistently with Legacy’s Values in Action, exemplifies our core organizational values, and exhibits the leadership competencies outlined in Leading at Legacy.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled Apply Here PI149347717

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