Compliance Regulatory Specialist (HME)
Florida Cancer Specialists, P.L.
 Fort Myers, FL

Company Overview

Founded in 1984, Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) & Research Institute is the largest independent medical oncology/hematology practice in the United States. With over 200 physicians, based in 100+ locations across Florida, we are committed to providing world-class cancer care in community-based settings close to home.

Our 3000+ team members enjoy:

Work/Life balance – many locations have no weekend and/or night shift hours

Competitive compensation

Comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Holiday pay
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • CEU hours
  • 401(k) with company match

Our Corporate Office in Fort Myers, FL is searching for a Compliance Regulatory Specialist (HME) to join our team!

Full-Time, Monday - Friday Work Week, Days (Example: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Salary Range: $ 15.08 - $ 21.38 (p/hour), based on exact experience (some related experience considered)

Responsibilities

The Compliance Regulatory Specialist (CRS) is responsible for implementation and facilitation of system-wide Home Medical Equipment (HME) licensure requirements and initiatives.

The position also provides ongoing education to the various Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) offices on State of Florida HME regulatory requirements and policies.

Strong regulatory research skills are required, as well as the ability to communicate effectively and develop professional relationships with state agencies (e.g., AHCA).

Also contributes to the training function of the Compliance Department, particularly in the compliance/regulatory area, working with the Compliance Training Manager, the Associate Director of Compliance Operations and the Chief Compliance Officer.

Demonstrates working knowledge of all facets of role, relevant regulations, and organizational and departmental policies and procedures.

Performs other duties and projects as assigned.

Performs all duties in accordance with regulatory requirements and organizational policies and procedures.

Qualifications

Education:

High school education required.

AA or BS/BA degree (or working toward degree) required.

Ability to research and understand regulations and develop processes, practices and standards to ensure compliance is required.

Excellent organizational and project management skills are required.

The ability to work collaboratively with individuals throughout the organization is required.

Strong computer skills including Excel, Word and Outlook are required.

The ability to travel to various FCS locations is required.

Travel: 51%-75%

Certifications/Licenses:

Valid state Driver's License for travel to satellite offices and offsite meetings. Compliance with the company Driver Safety Operations and Motor Vehicle Records Check Policy is required.

Previous Experience:

Prior experience in a healthcare/medical setting (laboratory, hospital, residential) as well as prior experience with facility/clinic/HME licensing preferred.

Experience in regulatory/licensure research and regulatory compliance preferred.

Core Capabilities:

Analysis & Critical Thinking: Critical thinking skills including solid problem solving, analysis, decision-making, planning, time management and organizational skills. Must be detailed oriented with the ability to exercise independent judgment.

Interpersonal Effectiveness: Developed interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, diplomacy, tact, conflict management, delegation skills, and diversity awareness. Ability to work effectively with sensitive and confidential material and sometimes emotionally charged matters.

Communication Skills: Good command of the English language. Second language is an asset but not required. Effective communication skills (oral, written, presentation), is an active listener, and effectively provides balanced feedback.

Customer Service & Organizational Awareness: Strong customer focus. Ability to build an engaging culture of quality, performance effectiveness and operational excellence through best practices, strong business and political acumen, collaboration and partnerships, as well as a positive employee, physician and community relations.

Self-Management: Effectively manages own time, conflicting priorities, self, stress, and professional development. Self-motivated and self-starter with ability to work independently with limited supervision.

Must be able to work effectively in a fast-paced, multi-site environment with demonstrated ability to juggle competing priorities and demands from a variety of stakeholders and sites.

Computer Skills:

Proficiency in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook required.