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Associate General Counsel The candidate will provide assistance in representing firm and its subsidiaries and affiliates regarding corporate and healthcare transactional matters. The position reports directly to the Chief Counsel, Transactions. Will focus on supply chain, graduate medical education and research, as defined below. Supply chain encompasses contract review and related matters for product purchases, services agreement, retention of consultants and non-physician staffing. Graduate medical education will entail review of policies and contracts related to the education of residents and fellows. Research responsibilities will be a shared responsibility with a Senior Associate General Counsel that includes contract review and matters associated with clinical trials, data sharing, grants and other research opportunities. Reviews and revises contracts and other legal documents for compliance, accuracy and alignment with Beaumont's goals. Must have healthcare regulatory and/or corporate work experience including fraud and abuse laws (i.e., Stark law, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute) regarding arrangements with health care providers and reimbursement matters. Negotiates agreements with vendors and advises client on contracting best practices. Manages the contracting process and coordinates participation of various departments as necessary (e.g., information security, compliance, quality). Negotiates contracts with clinical study sponsors, both public and private, including drug and device manufacturers, universities, health systems, and governmental agencies. Works cooperatively with internal Beaumont Health departments on contract issues and policy matters. Drafts memoranda, reports and correspondence for internal and external use. Develops and implement templates, processes and policies to assist in streamlining work flow. Monitors changes in health care laws, regulations and governmental guidance and prepares reports. Develops and deliver client education on areas of responsibility. Demonstrates proficiency in health care corporate entity structure and relationships with its subsidiaries and affiliates. Performs other functions to assist the effective operation of the Office of the General Counsel and as otherwise requested.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and member in good standing of State Bar of Michigan. Should have broad knowledge and expertise in health care law gained through 5+ years of professional work experience. Substantial health care law firm or in-house practice experience is preferred. Computer literacy with proficiency in Word and Power Point is needed.
Req #: 30088980
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