Fulgent is a leader in genetic and genomic clinical testing, a publicly traded company located in Los Angeles, California. We are a technology-driven company with extensive academic/clinical experience and capabilities in Next Generation Sequencing and bioinformatics. This distinction has advanced us to the forefront of the rapidly advancing genetic and genomic testing industry. Fulgent's unique chemistries and superior proprietary bioinformatics pipeline have propelled our explosive growth in recent years. We offer the most expansive set of clinical genetic tests in the world, including 22,000+ single gene tests, 900+ preset panels, rearrangement testing, clinical exome/trios, whole exome/trios, whole genome, and our All-in-One reflex test. We are also a CLIA- and CAP-accredited laboratory. Fulgent has state-of-the-art clinical, sequencing, and bioinformatics tools.
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Job Location: Preferably located in Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, California, or Alpharetta, GA. Remote is possible for highly qualified candidates.
The Global Compliance Manager position presents an excellent opportunity to own the development and refinement of a global compliance program. Candidates must be familiar and experienced in CAP, CLIA, New York/California/Georgia/Texas State and both Federal regulations and certification standards, as well as be responsible for ensuring full compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. Other essential functions include:
- Work under the Director of Compliance and Audit to support a robust corporate compliance program.
- Oversee and administer the Compliance Program, including monitoring of exclusion list, OIG advisory, and latest laws and regulations pertaining to the business.
- Continually improve compliance programs considering organization needs and consistent with laws and regulations that impact business operations.
- Help develop and coordinate multifaceted educational and training programs for employees that focus on the elements of the compliance and HIPAA privacy programs and seek to ensure that employees and management are knowledgeable of and comply with federal and state laws and regulations including Medicare/Medicaid program requirements.
- Develop effective lines of communication and awareness within the Compliance Programs.
- Facilitate internal reporting processes including the Compliance Hotline and open lines of communication for reporting of questions or concerns by employees, contractors, patients, or others.
- Report timely to OIG any breaches of protected health information.
- Act as an internal consultant to key operations personnel regarding compliance and privacy questions.
- Serve as one of the key contacts in responding to government investigations or queries, respond promptly to detected offenses, develop corrective action, and report findings to Management.
- Oversee a corporate compliance program while maintaining information integrity.
- Develop, manage, and implement processes to ensure the organization’s compliance with applicable federal and state regulations and guidelines.
- Develop, initiate, maintain, and revise policies and procedures for the general operation of the compliance and privacy programs and their related activities intended to prevent improper conduct and to comply with legal requirements as they evolve.
- Periodically revise the healthcare compliance, and accreditation programs, considering changes in the needs of the organization and in the law and policies and procedures of government and private payor health plans.
- Collaborate with legal, IT, HR, and other departments to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution as needed and to establish a sophisticated and automated approach to documentation, coding, and billing compliance.
- Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, develop, and implement corrective action plans for the resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.