The USPI Compliance Officer is responsible for managing the implementation of Tenet's Ethics and Compliance program in his or her assigned region. The USPI Compliance Officer's general duties and responsibilities encompass implementing Tenet's systems, processes and policies designed to ensure compliance with Federal healthcare program requirements. The USPI Compliance Officer is also responsible for overseeing the implementation of Quality, Compliance and Ethics Charter in his or her facility(ies). Among the specific responsibilities and activities of the USPI Compliance Officer are the following: Advise region, market and facility leadership on issues concerning compliance and ethics matters including recommending controls designed to ensure compliance within the assigned market. Work collaboratively with Administrators and region, market and facility leadership in compliance and ethics program development and implementation within the market. Establish effective working relationships and build credibility within the region, market and facilities to support a culture of ethics and compliance. Interface directly with Administrators, and region, market and facility leadership, and employees to serve as a sounding board for their concerns about ethics and compliance matters. Oversee the implementation of USPI's education and training program that focuses on the requirements of the Quality, Compliance and Ethics Charter and the USPI's ethics and compliance program to ensure that all employees, contractors, and physicians within the region are knowledgeable of Federal healthcare program requirements and the requirements of the Ethics and Compliance program as required to perform their respective roles. Coordinate with USPI counsel to facilitate communication between the Compliance and Ethics Department and Law Department on legal and compliance matters. Identify region, market and facility risk areas and assist in developing auditing, monitoring and oversight processes related to identified risks. Oversee the implementation of corrective actions and monitoring in response to identified issues and audits. Develop monitoring systems and processes for compliance and ethics issues in the region. Implement procedures that encourage facility employees, region and market leadership, contractors, and physicians to report suspected fraud or other improprieties without the fear of retaliation. Work collaboratively with corporate personnel to resolve all compliance issues identified. Implement USPI's compliance work plan and initiatives and systems to prevent compliance issues from arising within the facility. Report to Market leadership on compliance matters on a routine basis. Act as a consultative resource on compliance and ethics matters. Participate in the completion of the Compliance Annual Report Location Position will be responsible for covering Florida, Alabama & Georgia.
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