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Director Compliance

About Providence

Providence, one of the US’s largest not-for-profit healthcare systems, is committed to high quality, compassionate healthcare for all. Driven by the belief that health is a human right and the vision, ‘Health for a better world’, Providence and its 120,000 caregivers strive to provide everyone access to affordable quality care and services.

Providence has a network of 52 hospitals, 1,000+ care clinics, senior services, supportive housing, and other health and educational services in the US. 

Providence India was established to bring to fruition the transformational shift of the healthcare ecosystem to Health 2.0. The India center will have focused efforts around healthcare technology and innovation, and play a vital role in driving digital transformation for Improved patient outcomes and experiences, caregiver efficiency, and running the business of Providence at scale.



Why Us?

  • Best In-class Benefits
  • Inclusive Leadership
  • Reimagining Healthcare
  • Competitive Pay
  • Supportive Reporting Relation

 How is this team contributing to the vision of Providence?

  • Ensure a continual and seamless service for customers regardless of which services they access.

What will you be responsible for?

  • In collaboration with the Chief Compliance Officer and other appropriate administrators and local and system committees, provides regional leadership and direction on long-range planning and leadership of the PGC Compliance Program.
  • Recommends and implements an integrated program that will promote the identification of risks, establish the framework, direct the processes to detect and prevent non-compliant behavior and promote ethical and lawful conduct that is consistent with that which is required by regulatory agencies, PGC policies and procedures and PSJH's (Providence St Joseph Health) Code of Conduct. 
  • The Regional Compliance Director will direct the monitoring and reporting processes of the operations within the region and collaborate with other Regional Compliance Directors to promote a cohesive Compliance Program across PSJH whereby best practices are identified and consistently implemented.

What would your day look like?

  • Develop and implement an integrated and aligned compliance work plan that is based on risks that are identified through the performance of an enterprise-wide risk assessment and employee effectiveness survey, and revise plan annually.
  • Advocate for and create operational processes that incorporate the use of compliance data to drive efficiencies, quality of service, cost containment, and reduce operational risks.
  • Support strategic initiatives and regional and health system integration by providing consultative services, as appropriate, in order to support intended outcomes to ensure compliance, quality, and to position PGC strategically for success.
  • Create and sustain an empowering environment that is nimble in a changing regulatory environment in order to promote a compliance program that is approachable, effective, visible and well-respected.

Who we are looking for?

  • Minimum 15 years of experience in managing compliance with a large national corporate
  • Minimum 10-12 years of Leadership experience.
  • Experience in conducting or responding to government audits and investigations, and/or direct experience working in a relevant federal agency (OIG, CMS)..

 

At Providence, we not only acknowledge differences but also honor it. We appreciate differences related to the following factors but not limited to background, education, gender, age, generation, religious background, ability, technical skills in all our employment related opportunities.

At Providence, we not only acknowledge differences but also honor it. We appreciate differences related to the following factors but not limited to background, education, gender, age, generation, religious background, ability, technical skills in all our employment related opportunities.

Health is a human right