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Heartspring Senior Director of Compliance in Wichita, Kansas

This job was posted by https://www.kansasworks.com : For more information, please see: https://www.kansasworks.com/ada/r/jobs/11403838 Senior Director of ComplianceJob SummaryThis position will lead the newly established compliance division for Heartspring establishing a culture of quality, whole organization accountability, cross-division performance alignment, and continuous improvement at Heartspring.As the Senior Director of Compliance at Heartspring, you will work closely with team members across multiple departments to uphold and develop standards and policies to reduce compliance risks; identify, investigate, and address all instances of alleged and actual noncompliance; promote compliant and ethical behavior throughout the organization; and, encourage equitable accountability throughout the organization.You will leverage exceptional communication skills to serve both internal and external customers, clients, and patients. As a key role within the Executive Administration, you will be welcomed into a supportive, team-based leadership approach that models our values regarding: diversity and inclusion, interdisciplinary representation, collaborative leadership, solution-focused problem solving, data-driven decision making, and authentic communication.This position will report to the CEO directly and will represent Heartspring's unwavering commitment to provide world class education, therapies, and supportive services to children and youth who have intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, and other special needs.Primary FunctionsEstablishing and maintaining an accountable education and treatment milieu which is conducive to person-centered care, positive behavioral interventions, trauma-informed/responsive care, and best practices;Being the single point of contact for managing all Heartspring policies, procedures, protocols, and practices (4ps);Leading the efficient and excellent monitoring of 4ps throughout the organization;Upgrading and streamlining 4ps for efficiency and effectiveness;Assuring compliance with all applicable Federal, State of Kansas, and Heartspring standards, statutes, regulations and contractual obligations;Identifies, assesses, and prioritizes areas of risk, on-site survey preparedness, and clinical programming quality;Assists Heartspring staff in coordinating the investigation, processing, and defense of complaints for accrediting bodies and regulatory agencies;Completes onsite visits to assigned departments in order to assist with compliance survey preparation and follow-up, and completes standardized compliance audits;Submits regular reports to the executive team outlining activities, high risk or problem prone areas, and follow up priorities for future success;Directs and conducts projects, executive-sponsored initiatives, regulatory audits, risk assessments; audit planning, mock audits, audit training, audit evidence preparation, and audit preparedness. This position will not be involved in the Financial Audit review process.Leads compliance monitoring to identify process gaps, validate compliance levels, draft corrective actions/remediation plans, oversee implementation of corrective actions, and prepare reports/presentations;Develops strong relationships with key leaders and organizational partners to identify and address compliance risks and failures and manage action plans designed to fully mitigate compliance risk(s).Any and all other duties related to the position as assignedPhysical RequirementsAbility to travel may be requiredSitting at a desk for long periods of timeConstant use of overall vision with continuous reading and close-up workHand and finger dexterity for frequent repetitive writing, typing, grasping, reaching, and pullingHearing and talking skills in person and on the phoneWork EnvironmentOffice environment, indoors, climate controlled.Knowledge & SkillsExcellent knowledge of:State and federal regulatory requirements specific to the organizational missionAudit processes and investigator techniques and protocolsRegulatory standards, healthcare or academicPrinciples/theories of adult learning and competency-based educationPersonnel and labor relations regulationsUnderstanding of coding and reimbursement systemsRisk management and performance improvementAnalytical and organizational skillsOral and written communication skillsInterpersonal skillEffective presentation skillsAbility to work in a matrixed environmentRepresents the office with regulators, agencies and others in an effective mannerConflict resolution skillsAbility to contribute to administrative activities as necessary and institute quality control procedures that are needed in order to achieve successSchedule:Full Time- Exempt Qualifications:Educational, Training, and Licensure RequirementsRequires an MS/MBA/PhD/JD or similar professional designation8-10 years of integrated health care, IDDO, regulatory, ethics, compliance or privacy experience or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background, including strong leadership/managerial skills and ability to motivate/coach other staffClinical background preferredCompensation:DOQBenefits:Heartspring offers competitive

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