Brooks Rehabilitation

  • Non Clinical Internship Corporate Compliance

    Job ID
    2018-5007
    Location
    US-FL-Jacksonville
    Category
    Non-Clinical Intern
  • Overview

    The Compliance Department reinforces Brooks Rehabilitation's ongoing commitment to the highest ethical, legal, and professional standards by providing direction, education, oversight, and guidance to all Brooks employees. Our Corporate Compliance Program is committed to championing a culture of ethics, integrity, and compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and Brooks policies.

    Responsibilities

    his internship will give a student an opportunity to learn about various areas in compliance, including but not limited to effective policy management practices, HIPAA privacy, and compliance monitoring.

    Brooks utilizes an electronic platform called Compliance 360 to centrally store its 1,500 policies. As Brooks expands as a system, standardized policies and procedures integrated across the enterprise are increasingly important and set standards for conduct that result in improved performance and enhanced corporate culture. The intern can expect to work on a substantive organization-wide initiative to standardize policies across the enterprise. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, coordinating with management to standardize department policies and researching and providing recommendations on a process to effectively manage the addition of new policies moving forward. The Intern may also assist in conducting random unannounced walkthroughs of various sites of service at Brooks in order to review practices that safeguard protected health information. They may assist in preparing reports outlining the findings, including deficiencies and recommendations for corrective  

    action. Finally, the intern will assist with auditing medical records for compliance with various CMS documentation requirements.

    The intern will develop communication and professional skills, and benefit from the personal attention of a mentor. By the end of the internship, the student will have learned the skills and knowledge necessary to allow her or him to manage a significant health care project. Successful candidates should have an interest in governance, compliance, or risk management; be a self-starter, team oriented, detail oriented and organized.

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