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Job Title Compliance Auditor*
Location Lafayette,LA*
*Position is based out of Lafayette,LA
Department Risk Management
FLSA Status Exempt
Shifts hiring Full-time


GENERAL SUMMARY

  • The Compliance Auditor works in the Compliance Department, functioning as an independent and objective body that reviews and evaluates compliance issues/concerns within the organization.

GENERAL PURPOSE

  • The Compliance Auditor acts as staff to the Enterprise Compliance Manager and Acadian’s Corporate Compliance Committee by gathering audit findings and completing reports.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform detailed internal audits and provide audit findings to the Enterprise Compliance Manager, based on risk areas identified for all divisions of Acadian Companies. Including but not limited to:
    • Credentialing, Billing, Training & Education, Contracts, Approved Drivers, Customer & Employee Concerns, and 3rd party vendors
    • Assist with HIPAA related audits and investigations.
    • Complete follow-up risk assessments as needed
    • Assist with ensuring adequate policies & procedures are managed in Acadian Central.
    • Meet with policy masters
    • Audit existing policies
    • Ensure policies are updated within the required 2-year time frame
    • Distribution and maintenance of compliance-related reports for all divisions of Acadian Companies, including but not limited to:
      • Credentialing, Training, Policies, and Compliance Score Cards.
      • Assist with the implementation of an enterprise-wide risk assessment.
      • Maintain a list of required credentials for all divisions.
      • Maintain a list of compliance Key Performance Indicators from all relevant departments.
      • Assist in updating compliance-related training assignments and reporting.
      • Corresponding as directed with Administrative Assistants and Managers throughout Acadian Companies regarding compliance generated reports and updates as needed.
      • Proactively research compliance-related issues that may affect our industry. Provide recommendations to improve compliance and internal controls with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations related to Medicare and Medicaid.
    • All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred industry experience may be considered as well. HS Degree required.
  • Experience in a healthcare or related organization preferred.
  • Exceptional organizational skills, including being comfortable with working on multiple projects at one time
  • Proficient computer skills required including Email, Excel, Word type platforms. Experience with the Google suite of products is a plus.

EOE/AA


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