Job title: Compliance Officer – Health Care Agency
Company: Healthcare News
Job description: Compliance Officer – Health Care Agency
Salary $135,514.28 – $189,720.00 Annually
Location Ventura, CA
Job Type At-Will
Department Health Care Agency
Job Number 0641HCA-22AA (AF)
OUR COUNTY & COMMUNITY
Ventura County is located on California’s “Gold Coast,” approximately 35 miles northwest of Los Angeles and 20 miles southeast of Santa Barbara. Residents enjoy rolling hills and sweeping ocean views in a nearly perfect Mediterranean cli-mate. The beauty and weather combined with a wonderful quality of life are among the many reasons our residents choose to call Ventura County “home.” Ventura County is a “general law” county, governed by a five-member, elected-by-district Board of Supervisors. The Supervisors appoint a County Executive Officer (CEO) to oversee the County budget, day-to-day operations, and to advise, assist, and act as an agent for the Board of Supervisors in all matters under the Board’s jurisdiction. It focuses on providing excellent services to its residents by promoting engagement, strategy, execution and accountability to include diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives to ensure that all employees are treated with respect and with-out discrimination, and to improve culturally appropriate outcomes for community members.
WHAT WE OFFER
- Educational Incentive: Possible eligibility for an educational incentive of 2.5%, 3.5%, or 5%, based on completion of an Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or graduate degree.
- Pension Plan: Both you and the County contribute to the County’s Retirement Plan and to Social Security. If you are eligible, you may establish reciprocity with other public retirement systems, such as CalPERS.
- Holidays: 11 paid days per year which includes a scheduled floating holiday.
- Executive Annual Leave: Accrues at a rate of 248 hours per year, increasing to 288 hours after 5 years of service, to 328 hours after 10 years of service, and to 368 hours after 15 years of service. *Credit for prior public service may be considered (Management Resolution, § 616A)
- Annual Leave Redemption: The ability to “cash in” or redeem up to 100 hours of Annual Leave per year after using 80 hours of annual leave within the previous 12 months (Management Resolution, § 1205).
- Health Plans: Medical, dental, and vision plans for you and your dependents. A flexible credit allowance of up to $19,612 annually.
- Flexible Spending Accounts: Increase your spending power by reimbursement with pre-taxed dollars for IRS-approved dependent care and health care expenses.
- Deferred Compensation: Eligible to participate in the County’s 401(k) Shared Savings Plan and/or the Section 457 Plan. This position is eligible for up to a 3% match on 401(k) contributions.
- Other Benefits include: Professional Memberships, Disability Plans, Employee Assistance Program, Life Insurance, Tuition Reimbursement, Benefit Reimbursement Program, and a Wellness Program.
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ABOUT THE POSITION
This position will be responsible for developing, recommending, and implementing compliance programs and initiatives in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. It is anticipated that the addition of this position will ensure the hospitals and clinics will continue to achieve compliance standards with entities including, but not limited to, the California Department of Public Health, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Ser-vices, and the Joint Commission. This position will have dual reporting to the County Executive Officer and Health Care Agency Director, as well as to the Board of Supervisors. It will lead the Health Care Agency, and associated Boards and Committees, in maintaining a culture of compliance, privacy, safety, and high-quality care for the community we serve.
The Compliance Officer is an At-Will classification that is exempt from the provision of the Civil Service Ordinance.
Examples Of Duties
Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
- Oversees all activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance of and adherence to the HCA’s policies and procedures covering ethics, privacy, and compliance programs;
- Oversees and ensures an ongoing compliance program satisfying all regulatory, legal, privacy and security laws and requirements for all HCA operations;
- Directs activities for audits established to investigate and monitor compliance with federal and state laws, regulations, and standards. Direct the preparation of regulatory filings and reports to regulatory agencies;
- Provides timely and accurate audit findings, reports and information to the executive management team about compliance issues and corrective actions; provide consultation to HCA management for any state and federal compliance issues;
- Reviews inquiries regarding reports of non-compliance and direct staff in areas needing corrective actions;
- Promotes a comprehensive approach to establish a culture of accountability and compliance throughout HCA; collaborate with other function groups to develop controls and metrics that foster a culture of compliance and accountability throughout HCA;
- Advises and guide department managers in interpreting and enforcing medical center policies, rules, regulations, and procedures related to regulatory, privacy, and security compliance; assist in determining appropriate disciplinary or corrective action in response to a compliance issue;
- Keeps abreast of federal and state healthcare laws and regulations; ensure that the organization and all policies are updated with changes in Compliance and Privacy regulations and standards;
- Attends, participates in, and conduct staff meetings, committee meetings, and conferences; attend professional meetings to represent the organization, as directed;
- Responsibility for tracking, managing and overseeing all Public Records Request to assure compliance with appropriate disclosure laws and regulations; and
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
These are entrance requirements to the recruitment process and assure neither continuance in the process nor invitation to an interview.
The required knowledge, skills, and abilities can also be obtained by completion of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public health administration, health services administration, business administration, or a related field AND five (5) years of healthcare compliance, which includes internal auditing and experience in the development and implementation of HIPAA and/or privacy compliance programs and have management experience which includes supervisory/management of responsibilities over unit/division operations.
- Master’s degree in public health administration, health care services administration, business administration, or a closely related field.
- Experience with compliance administration, program development, and project management, in a hospital or other health care environment.
- Actively Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) or other related certifications.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of: The principle of healthcare compliance program administration and organization, business, and personnel administration; methods and procedures of healthcare delivery; principles and techniques of effective supervision and staff utilization; development, applications and uses of medical center or healthcare compliance records, reports, and statistics; principles of in-service training for healthcare personnel; current trends in healthcare legislation and compliance and its impact on the organization; Joint Commission, federal and state regulatory standards (e.g., HIPAA, Medicare, Medi-Cal (Medicaid), HITECH, Stark Laws, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, CMS Deficit Reduction Act, OIG Fraud Waste and Abuse) regarding security, privacy, and/or healthcare practices in acute care hospitals, primary medical clinic system, behavioral health and substance use clinics, and public health settings.
Comprehensive ability to: plan, monitor and evaluate projects. Legal and factual research utilizing automated systems. Effectively conduct investigations.
Comprehensive skills in: written and oral communications; making presentations to various audiences, including the Board of Supervisors; decision making; negotiations; attention to detail; and use of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other related software.
Supplemental Information: Work is primarily performed in an office environment, but incumbent will be required to meet with various departments/agencies, business and community groups, the public, and outside vendors. Some travel, primarily within the state, is also required.
RESUME/CV/APPLICATION EVALUATION: All resumes will be reviewed weekly beginning May 16, 2022 to determine if the stated requirements are met.
If interested, submit an online application at and attach your current resume/CV and cover letter
Email your resume/CV to
All applications/resumes will be reviewed to determine whether or not the stated requirements are met. All relevant work experience, training and education should be included in order to determine eligibility.
Those individuals meeting the stated requirements will be invited to continue to the next step in the screening and selection process.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: A thorough pre-employment, post offer background investigation which may include inquiry into past employment, education, criminal background information and driving record may be required for this position.
For further information about this recruitment, please contact Anna Ford by e-mail at or by telephone at (805) 677-5153.
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Expected salary: $135514.28 – 189720 per year
Location: Ventura, CA
Job date: Sat, 21 May 2022 03:13:46 GMT
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