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Job Title: Senior Compliance Medical Auditor

Employer:Stony Brook Clinical Practice Management Plan, Inc
Type:Full-Time
Skills:coding,compliance,billing,auditing,
Specialties:Healthcare
Required Certifications:CPC or similar
Required Experience:3 to 4 years
Preferred Experience:5 to 7 years
Location:St. James, NY
Date Posted:1/9/2020

Sr. Compliance Medical Auditor - Stony Brook Compliance

Location: St. James, NY

Schedule: Full Time - Monday - Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm

SUMMARY:

The SB Clinical Practice Management Plan, Inc. (CPMP) Senior Compliance Medical Auditor supports the functions of the Compliance Program for CPMP and its University Faculty Practice Corporations to be compliant with Federal and State guidelines in the prevention of fraud, waste, and abuse. The Senior Compliance Medical Auditor will participate and provide duties such as but not limited to, conducting auditing and monitoring; providing training and education; assessing compliance with policies, procedures, and regulations; identifying and recommending strategies for process improvements; assessing complex compliance risk-areas to provide input to the annual work plan; participating in investigations; and preparing written reports. The Senior Compliance Medical Auditor performs audits and monitoring of clinical documentation analyzing medical records assessing the accuracy of ICD-10-CM diagnosis code and CPT assignments, and determining compliance with Federal and State regulations and guidelines. The SB Clinical Practice Management Plan, Inc. (CPMP) Senior Compliance Medical Auditor supports the functions of the Compliance Program for CPMP and its University Faculty Practice Corporations to be compliant with Federal and State guidelines in the prevention of fraud, waste, and abuse. The Senior Compliance Medical Auditor will participate and provide duties such as but not limited to, conducting auditing and monitoring; providing training and education; assessing compliance with policies, procedures, and regulations; identifying and recommending strategies for process improvements; assessing complex compliance risk-areas to provide input to the annual work plan; participating in investigations; and preparing written reports. The Senior Compliance Medical Auditor performs audits and monitoring of clinical documentation analyzing medical records assessing the accuracy of ICD-10-CM diagnosis code and CPT assignments, and determining compliance with Federal and State regulations and guidelines.

Responsibilities and Duties

· Conduct medical record documentation and coding/billing audits assessing the accuracy of CPT codes, diagnoses, and modifier assignments; determining compliance with appropriate policies, procedures, bylaws, clinical staff rules and regulations, and federal and state regulations, and the timeliness of documentation Identify procedural and system weaknesses and offer guidance to Physician leaders and Management for process improvement.

· These audits and other projects are identified considering risks identified in State and Federal work plans, industry communications, fraud alerts, by regulatory agencies, or per Management’s request.

· Collaborate with colleagues on audits and projects as needed. Produce high-quality work that is competently and efficiently performed in accordance with department standards. Monitor to identify patterns, trends and variances during and from audits.

· Develop reports from the audit results and/or other sources and assess the need for further review or intervention.

· When requested, prepare comprehensive reports, making recommendations to correct deficiencies and improve processes.

· Participate in the preparation and delivery of compliance education and training programs and remedial education with providers.

· Conduct follow-up audits as indicated to appraise the adequacy of corrective actions and determine whether deficiencies are corrected; prepare the appropriate reports for management.

· Serve as a coding, documentation, and policy and procedure resource providing regulatory guidance to providers, employees, and management.

· Research relevant regulations and communicate the need for policies and procedures and education.

· Participate in the design and implementation of a risk-based annual compliance work plan incorporating governmental and other agency regulations and industry alerts, compliance program requirements, and policies and procedures.

· Prepare and present quarterly reports of projects to the Compliance Manager.

· Maintain current working knowledge on regulatory requirements associated with professional coding, billing, documentation, and reporting requirements in an academic medical center, in hospital clinics, and physician offices.

· Seek ongoing training and development to gain additional expertise in fulfilling the elements of an effective compliance program.

· Maintain professional skills and knowledge through attendance at relevant educational programs, participation in professional organizations and applicable webinars; and by reviewing current literature.

· Participate in investigations related to compliance helpline calls, inquiries made to the Compliance Department, and unscheduled projects.

Requirements & Qualifications:

· Bachelors' Degree and three years of experience performing professional coding or conducting coding, documentation, and billing audits of professional claims. Or -

· Associate’s Degree with five years of experience performing professional coding or conducting coding, documentation, and billing audits of professional claims.

· Must have a coding certification through the American Academy Professional Coders (AAPC) or the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

· Ability to work collaboratively with physicians, non-physician practitioners and staff, and leaders of clinical, financial and other departments.

Preferred Qualifications:

· Masters' Degree

· Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC)

· Experience using MDaudit software

CPMP provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting,hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall and transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Applying

Talent Acquisition Specialist
SB Clinical Practice Management Plan, Inc.
St. James, NY 11780
Phone:  (631) 216-8039  Fax: (631) 216-8048

 





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