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Compliance Auditor

HEALTH SYSTEM Full Time Durham, North Carolina
Requisition Number: 236432
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Compliance Auditor- The Compliance Auditor works directly with the Compliance Directors, Chief Compliance Officer and the rest of the Duke Health community in helping build, monitor and educate on compliance, billing and other regulatory practices.  Provides education and guidance on documentation integrity and its importance in both the clinical care of patients and billing practices. Manages all compliance, documentation and billing activities for assigned department(s) across the Duke Health physician practices.  Conducts non-routine investigations to ensure adherence with federal, state and other industry regulations.

The specific role will help support the multispecialty providers across Duke Health.  Experience in managing compliance activities, providing education, medical auditing, and / clinical documentation enhancement is highly preferred, in addition to possessing leadership and highly developed communication skills,  and project management and teamwork skills

Compliance/Integrity Program Management 

  • Provides oversight to the implementation and monitoring of the compliance program for assigned DH department(s) to include departmental, divisional and individual provider review and education. 
  • Scope of responsibility includes compliance issue management, corrective action planning including implementation of any necessary changes and monitoring adherence to these changes over time.
  • Proactively identifies trends and needs of assigned clinics, and conducts regular meetings and training to include clinic leadership and staff.
  • Provides formal written communication to leadership at the completion of reviews and risk assessments with pertinent findings and recommendations.
  • Prepares products and services that add value and enhance education for providers and other identified staff.
  • Communication, both written and verbal, is presented in a professional and courteous manner, is clear and concise, supported by regulatory, DH policy, or standard operating procedures/processes, and provided within requested or required timeframes.
  • Adheres to HIPAA policies and is diligent in maintaining

Work Culture

  • Fully promotes Duke Health Values and Behaviors of Excellence, Safety, Integrity, Diversity, and Teamwork.
  • Fosters an atmosphere of collaboration both as Team Captain and Team Member, for assigned reviews, developing strong working relationships with internal and external partners.
  • Develops positive relationships with SOM, DHTS, DUHS, PRMO and collaborative partners including Revenue Managers, Maestro Care Concierges, and Department/Division leadership.
  • Recognizes importance of team cohesiveness and participates in team projects and activities with positive demeanor.
  • Identifies opportunities to enhance work culture, providing assistance in arranging activities, and supporting participation.

Operational Responsibilities

  • Performs reviews by regulatory guidelines and leadership instructions, including completion of reviews within targeted time frames, communication to providers of results, and scheduling education with identified providers within a timely manner.
  • Provides education in accordance to DH Compliance policies and standards, including training for new providers, education focused on review opportunities, and group training of identified trends or other clinic needs.
  • Provides support in an effectively and efficient manner in all work, including the review process, communication of results, both in formal reports and email communication, as well as in research of inquires relying on current, credible resources for providing official guidance on behalf of the DH Compliance department.
  • Maintains appropriate and industry standard credentials through continuing education programs and is committed to personal and professional development utilizing available training resources.
  • Prepares identified corrections or adjustments within the specified timeframe for compliant response to payer.

Minimum Qualifications

Education

Work requires a general business background generally equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting, management, healthcare administration, or other related degree.

Experience

  • Four years of experience related to legal, and regulatory compliance, patient advocacy, supervisory role in patient financial services or HIM services, or other relevant experience.
  • Compliance, Health System, or Revenue Cycle professional coding or billing experience utilizing an electronic health record, Epic platform preferred
  • Experience with Risk Adjustment coding and documentation, and value-based care models
  • Public speaking and presentation skills preferred
  • Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of department leadership and staff both in oral and written communication, including the interpretation of complex regulatory guidelines
  • Possess critical thinking and problem solving skills, with a focus on accuracy and detail
  • Demonstration of a high level of integrity and ethical standards
  • Knowledge and experience in working with Professional Coding and Billing regulations, with both federal and commercial payers, including state regulatory requirements for providers

Degrees, Licensures, Certifications

  • CPC, CCS or equivalent, required (within 1 year of hire) - for coding and billing oversight
  • CRC or equivalent, required (within 1 year of hire) - for value-based care oversight

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