Home > Medical Coding Jobs > Colorado > Compliance Privacy Supervisor Job in Fort Collins

Compliance Privacy Supervisor Job in Fort Collins, Colorado

It is the responsibility of the job seeker to validate the information posted for each job. AAPC cannot validate or guarantee the accuracy of the information posted below.

Job Title: Compliance Privacy Supervisor

Employer:SummitStone Health Partners
Preferred Certifications:RHIA,CPCO,RHIT
Required Experience:1 to 2 years
Preferred Experience:3 to 4 years
Location:125 Crestridge St Fort Collins 80525, CO, US
Date Posted:3/26/2019
Position Title: Compliance Privacy Supervisor 
Full Time Position: 40 Hr Wk Day Shift 
Status: Salaried/Exempt 
Salary Range: Wage will vary depending on experience and position requirements. 

Summary: This position reports to and assists the Director of Compliance and QI with the administration of the SummitStone Compliance Program. Will review and evaluate compliance and privacy issues/concerns within the organization and be responsible for tracking and reporting of issues/concerns. Responsible for overseeing all ongoing activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to SummitStone’s policies and procedures covering privacy of, and access to, patient health information in compliance with federal and state laws and the agency’s privacy practices. In addition, position will supervise Medical Records staff and serve as the custodian of client records for the agency. 

Essential Duties: 
• Manages all HIPAA breach notifications and coordinates and assists SummitStone Marketing department with breach notifications to the media. 
• Participates in New Employee Orientation by presenting standards of conduct and HIPAA information to new staff. 
• Assists with preparation for and administration of the agency’s internal Compliance Committee. 
• Monitors, reviews, and performs investigations in consultation with the Compliance Director, on reported compliance and privacy issues/concerns. 
• Performs data entry to and maintenance of the compliance hotline and privacy complaints databases. 
• Responsible for initiating and maintaining ongoing subpoena process for agency, including decision-making on Release of Information appropriateness. 
• Assists with annual compliance training and risk assessment process. 
• Assists with clinician licensing, credentialing and contracting processes. 
• Determines applicability and execution of Business Associates Agreements (BAA) within the agency’s contracting process. 
• Chairs the Policy, Procedures, and Forms Committee and is responsible for production and distribution of agency policy, procedure, and form documents – both electronic and paper. 
• Assists with internal, external and payer audits. 
• Primary responder to compliance hotline calls and emails. 
• Point-person for client record retention standards and coordination of storage for client paper and electronic records. 
• Supervises full- and part-time staff in the agency’s medical records department. 
• Sits on various agency committees and may lead committee meetings. 
• Works with Director of Compliance, Director of IT/IS and other senior leaders to ensure client rights to inspect, amend, and restrict access to protected health information. 

Job Requirements: 
• Strong and effective verbal and written communications skills. 
• Ability to present and train staff. 
• Time management and work prioritization skills. 
• Ability to plan, organize and work in a multi-disciplinary setting. 
• Establish and maintain cooperative inter- and intra-organizational work relationships. 
• Ability to read, develop and interpret policy, rules, regulations, and other legal documents. 
• Judgment and problem-solving competency – able to draw correct conclusions from situations and make necessary recommendations. 
• Understanding of the major compliance laws such as the False Claims Act, Stark Laws, Anti-kickback Statutes, HIPAA, Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act of 2010 and HITECH. 

Minimum Qualifications: 
• Associates or bachelor’s degree with health information management experience. 
• At least one year of healthcare experience. 
• Familiarity with federal and state compliance and privacy regulations and laws. 
• Demonstrated organization, facilitation, communication, and presentation skills. 
• Able to maintain professional boundaries with protected information. Preferred Qualifications: 
• Master’s degree in healthcare business or related field; RHIT, RHIA, CPCO and/or other healthcare compliance certification. 
• Two to five years-experience with privacy and compliance law, record access, release of information, and hotline monitoring and tracking. 
• At least two years of experience interacting with legal counsel, physicians and other clinicians. 
• Bilingual/Bicultural 
• Minimum one-year in a supervisory role. 

Physical Demands: 
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25lbs. 
• Frequently required to walk, sit, stand or kneel and occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop. 
• Must have ability to sit for longer periods of time at a computer. 
• Must be able to travel between agency and partner organization locations. 
• Noise level at work environment is usually moderate. 
• Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Working Conditions: 
• This position is exempt and not eligible for overtime. 
• This positions workload is based on a 40-hour work-week. 
• This position may include additional hours beyond 40 hours per week.


Please visit our career website at: 

Looking for Exhibiting Opportunities or Group Discounts?

Contact us at 877-524-5027.

Which certification is right for you?

Call 877-290-0440 or have a career counselor call you.

Which eNewsletters are right for you?

Call 844-334-2816 to speak with a specialist now.

Which books are right for you?

Call 877-524-5027 to speak to a representative.