The Director, Regulatory & Reimbursement’s primary purpose is to assist the Vice President (VP) Corporate Compliance with the oversight and maintenance of a high-quality, effective, best practices revenue cycle/integrity compliance program to prevent and detect violations of law and other misconduct and to promote ethical practices and a commitment to compliance with applicable federal, California, and local laws, rules, regulations, and internal policies and procedures. The position plays a key role in oversight of Sharp HealthCare’s Compliance Program by directing and overseeing Sharp’s regulatory and reimbursement compliance function and maintaining Sharp HealthCare’s system-wide view of revenue cycle/integrity compliance across all Sharp entities interacting with leadership in HIM, Revenue Integrity/Cycle, Utilization Review and Case Management functions.
The Compliance Auditor position is part of SRS Regulatory Compliance’s audit team at Spectrum. Exciting opportunity to work with physicians, nurses, and office staff to improve and trouble shoot compliance, coding and payor reimbursement. Fast paced environment that allows you one on one education time with all levels of the organization.
The Regulatory Compliance department works hand and hand with SRS’s Coding and Charge Management Department to manage and educate physicians, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants and clinical support staff on accurate coding for all Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers. The team consists of a director, 10 auditors.
Whether you’re climbing the ladder or you’ve reached the top, you must stay continuously focused on your career. HFMA gives you a distinct advantage every step of the way. Professional certification programs, career self-assessments, employment opportunity updates, resume referral services, mentoring opportunities, and national and local leadership opportunities let you have a hand in shaping the future of the industry and the profession.
Teaching opportunity at UCSD Extension
Course: Healthcare Financial Modeling with Excel
Format: Online (asynchronous)
Duration: 9 weeks
Start-end dates: 1/11/21 – 3/13/21
Course Description: This course will cover key concepts of financial modeling, including the purpose, inputs, design, and interpretation of core models, particularly as they relate to the healthcare industry. Heavy emphasis will be placed on understanding spreadsheet concepts, the interactive nature of modelling, scenario planning, and forecasting best practices. Microsoft Excel will be utilized for model development and students will explore the software tool’s primary financial functions and capabilities. This course is required for the Healthcare Financial Analysis Certificate
Learning Outcomes: Students will obtain a broad understanding of Excel’s capabilities as they relate to financial analysis, modeling, and predictive analytics by learning key formulas, shortcuts, commands, and mathematical principles. The course will provide hands-on experience building models such as 3 statement model, discounted cash flow, comparative company analysis, and merger & acquisition and provide students with the skills to develop educated projections using sensitivity analyses. Students will also learn to interpret materials for presentation purposes.
Prerequisites: Introductory education in financial and accounting principles is required, preferably with some understanding of healthcare environments. In particular, students should have experience reviewing and analyzing accounting statements (income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flow)
and breakeven analyses. Students must also have an intermediate understanding of Microsoft Excel.
- Graduate degree (MSF, MBA, MA etc.) and/or extensive, senior level experience in healthcare financial analysis.
- Currently employed in the Healthcare Industry.
- Previous teaching experience preferred but not required.
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