LeadingAge Indiana Seeks Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs

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Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs
Employer Description: 
LeadingAge Indiana is an association representing not-for-profit services and facilities for the elderly. Members are non-profit organizations, providing high quality health care, services and housing for over 25,000 seniors throughout Indiana. Our members are sponsored by or affiliated with religious, fraternal, governmental, and community organizations.
Position Description: 
The Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs reports directly to the President/CEO.  The VP is responsible for providing regulatory compliance expertise and best practices as it relates to association services, programing and policy initiatives for skilled nursing facilities, assisted living/residential care and hospice organizations that are members of or associations managed by LeadingAge Indiana.  
This position assists in the identification of opportunities for the expansion of current programming or the expansion of and or development of value add programming and services related to state and federal regulatory compliance.  The VP will support all LAIN departments and staffing associated with the delivery of care and services to their residents.  This position will also assist in identifying, developing and leading educational sessions related to regulatory compliance, resident centered care and quality improvement. This individual will also serve as a representative to state government departments, commissions and task forces accordingly to the issues involving regulatory affairs and compliance.
  • Provides assistance to LeadingAge Indiana staff, provider members and related associations on regulatory compliance, clinical, resident centered care and quality issues.
  • Respond to staff and member questions and concerns related to state/federal regulatory surveys, clinical issues, and quality improvement.
  • Develop programs and initiatives to assist members in implementing quality improvement programs
  • Develop and deliver educational programs for membership
  • Prepare regular association newsletters and develop alerts related to compliance
Qualifications and skills required:
Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalent health care related field. 3+ years of compliance program management. Experience with providing education classes in various healthcare related areas.  Extensive knowledge of state administrative code and regulations, regulations involving long term care. 
Please send resumes to Mike Rinebold at mrinebold@leadingageindiana.org.


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