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We are currently seeking a full-time Director, Quality and Compliance for our East Coast/New England facilities. Position can be located in the footprint but must be able to travel to each facility within our New England region. Ideally this candidate will reside in Massachusetts or Rhode Island.
The Director, Quality and Compliance performs onsite focused reviews and surveys of our Comprehensive Treatment Center(CTC) facilities. They act as a resource to the CTC facilities in regard to policy and procedure adherence, regulatory compliance, risk reduction, accreditation conformance and evaluating and enhancing overall facility operations.
This position assists Clinic operations by furnishing support inclusive of staff trainings, policy development, process/system implementation, utilization of best practices and assisting with clinical services functions.
The Director, Quality and Compliance collects and aggregates data, furnishes reports, identifies trends, develops action plans and makes recommendations to the Sr. Vice President of Clinical Services and RVP’s, as appropriate, regarding the status of the clinical services components of all facilities, related training needs, identified action steps, and the status of maintenance and follow up efforts.
Review and ensure compliance at assigned faclities.
Summarize findings and recommendations, as well as, facility, Region and Division trends in a formal report.
Assist with the development and implementation of policies, procedure and practices.
Monitor day-to-day compliance activities within assigned facilities.
Assists with the maintenance of updated record keeping of all required regulatory licenses, certifications and accreditations at all CTC facilities.
Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with all regulatory agencies and accreditation entities.
Function as a channel of communication to receive and direct compliance issues and assist with investigations and resolutions of compliance issues.
Assists with the development, revision and implementation of CTC administrative and clinical policies.
Certification in the area of substance abuse, RN/LPN, compliance, or other healthcare related area; preferred.
Master's degree in healthcare or a related field, preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in healthcare or a related field.
MAT experience and knowledge.
Minimum of 1-2 years of experience in psychiatric healthcare and/or substance abuse operations.
Knowledge of the CMS, CARF and TRICARE standards and regulations.
Has working knowledge of all applicable Federal and State rules and regulations and accreditation standards governing CTC Division operations.
Experience in conducting complex compliance investigations.
This position travels up to 60% of the time with frequent overnight travel required. Will work from various offices as well as a “home office” when appropriate.
We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.
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