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ProfileSenior Regulatory Privacy and Information Security Analyst The candidate works directly for the Senior Deputy Chief Privacy Officer. Collaborates with the Chief Privacy and Information Security Officer, Sr Deputy Chief Privacy Officer, Sr. Deputy Chief Information Security Officer and Information Security and Privacy Officers and other privacy and information security team members to assure compliance with federal and state privacy and information security regulations, including HIPAA, HITECH, CMIA, other state privacy and security laws, and the organization’s privacy and security policies and procedures. Responsible for leading and overseeing the planning, execution, and management of regulatory, investigative, and educational-based projects. Develops and delivers privacy and information security awareness and compliance education and training for the enterprise and oversees investigations with oversight from the Chief Privacy and Information Security Officer on regulatory matters and concerns. Responsible for leading and overseeing the response process regarding regulatory inquiries with oversight from the Chief Privacy and Information Security Officer, Sr. Deputy Chief Privacy Officer, Sr. Deputy Chief Information Security Officer and affiliate Privacy and Information Security Officers. Leads the incident response and significant regulatory responses and ensure the team meets industry regulations, standards, and compliance requirements; communicates the privacy and information security policies to appropriate workforce members, and identifies top privacy and information security risks and behaviors to effectively reduce risks to the organization. Oversees the teams root cause analysis, corrective action plans, and investigative reports for privacy and information security incidents at the direction of the Chief Privacy and Information Security Officer or designee. Oversees and performs privacy and information security operation functions within firm’s privacy and information security program, including activities related to the confidentiality, access, use, and disclosure of protected health information (PHI) and other confidential information. Assures that the team adheres to applicable federal and state regulations and timely reports to patients and government entities as required by law. Oversees investigations, ensure proper documentation is maintained regarding privacy and information security incidents, and monitor key elements of the privacy and information program, including ensuring implementation of training programs for members of the workforce and physicians. Must have a Bachelor's degree in relevant field required or equivalent education and experience. Juris Doctorate degree is desired. HCISSP is required. Should have proven experience in privacy, security, compliance, education or healthcare field, as typically acquired during 6-8 years in a similar position., Proven experience working in healthcare company and maintaining current on emerging federal and state requirements related to privacy and security of health information is preferred. Should have previous experience collaborating with Information Security and Privacy Officers and team members in order to assure compliance with federal and state privacy regulations, including HIPAA, HITECH, CMIA, other state privacy and security laws. Should have proven experience overseeing the planning, execution, and management of a variety of regulatory, investigative, and educational-based projects. Demonstrated experience preparing training materials and conducting education or training sessions throughout the organization is required. Should have previous experience working directly with state and federal regulatory agencies. Proven experience overseeing a team and ensuring compliance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations is required. Thorough knowledge federal and state privacy regulations, including HIPAA, HITECH, CMIA is needed. Demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of privacy and security laws and regulations is required. Should have in depth knowledge of regulations pertinent to the privacy and security requirements in a healthcare environment. Extensive knowledge of existing and emerging federal and state requirements related to privacy and security of health information is required. Should have strong problem-solving skills combined with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proven ability to collaborate with departments and leaders across the organization is needed. Should have demonstrated ability to lead, develop, and supervise a team. Demonstrated comfort level with internal systems or demonstrated ability to learn new systems is preferred. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to energize, mobilize, and influence through effective working relationships with all levels of internal and external constituencies. Advanced level of computer and application competency including Excel, Power Point, Word, and relational database management systems is required.
Job ID SHSO-1804794.
2200 River Plaza Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833