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Compliance Administrator

The Bridge

Description

The Quality Improvement, Compliance and Training Department was developed to support, and implement, the agency’s systems of performance measurement, evaluation, quality assurance, and compliance. The department’s mission is to help support the direct care staff by developing and facilitating processes and systems that measurably improve the quality and effectiveness of our services and operations, and to support agency leadership in managing towards high performance.

The Compliance Administrator reports to the Director of Quality Improvement, Compliance and Training. This position will work closely with The Bridge’s residential, outpatient and health homes programs. In addition, the Compliance Administrator will also act as the lead point person within the Compliance department for Quality Improvement related activities for Weston United, an organization affiliated with The Bridge.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
•Assess the quality of care and documentation of the agency’s programs
•Manage processes such as case record review and clinical utilization reviews
•Oversee and facilitate the Incident Review Committee (IRC) for Weston United
•Conduct Special Investigations when assigned
•Perform qualitative and quantitative audits to ensure agency compliance with government regulations and agency policies and procedures
•Make recommendations and develop tools to support program improvement
•Conduct regular chart reviews of restorative billing programs to monitor compliance with Medicaid
•Perform a variety of data management and analysis projects in order to support the department
•Serve as the main point person for compliance related activities regarding Weston United programs
•Manage the help desk and serve as lead administrator of AWARDS for the Weston United programs; act as backup administrator for The Bridge
•Participate in the development and implementation of compliance policies in conjunction with senior department staff
•Conduct compliance related trainings to agency members, both The Bridge and Weston United
•Perform all related clerical and administrative duties
•Represent the department and agency in internal and external meetings as needed
•Other duties as assigned.

AA/EOE

Qualifications

•Masters in Social Work, Public Administration, or other Human Services Field preferred
•Minimum of three years of experience working in the mental health field, (residential experience a plus), conducting audits and internal investigations
•Superb writing, assessment, planning and analytical skills
•Ability to facilitate trainings
•Synthesis data into comprehensive reports
•Exemplary attention to details
•Master of Microsoft Office Suite
•Knowledge of AWARDS, CAIRS, NIMRS

Salary

Competitive

Contact

To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume indicating salary requirements to: sgregory@thebridgeny.org; Shea Gregory, 456 W.145th Street, NYC, NY 10030

Posted on 03/28/17; CVMHA ID #10874