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ProfileAssociate Attorney The candidate assists with various and healthcare legal issues including fraud and abuse, reimbursement, healthcare licensing, labor and employment law, medical legal, contracts, transactional management, physician and hospital contracting, and medicare/medicaid. Researches and prepares reports on legal issues. Provides contract review and assists with negotiation, drafting, and management services for Legal Department. Responsibilities include maintaining and revising established policies and procedures, legal research, and proposing efficient defense strategies. Works closely with General Counsel handling legal matters within organization. Provides accurate and timely counsel to executives on a variety of legal topics including labor and employment law, medical legal issues, finance, contracts, fraud, licensing, medicare/medicaid, etc. Collaborates with management to devise efficient defense strategies. Research and evaluate different risk factors regarding healthcare and health law decisions and operations. Apply effective risk management techniques and offer proactive advice on possible legal issues. Communicate and negotiate with external parties (regulators, external counsel, public authority, etc.). Draft and solidify agreements, contracts, reports, and other legal documents. Provide clarification on legal language or specifications to others in the organization. Assists with healthcare regulatory including fraud and abuse, contracts and healthcare licensing. Monitors contracting policies and procedures related to Legal Department in coordination with General Counsel. Operates and assists with contracts within organization independently and with General Counsel. Assists with complex business transactions in negotiating critical contracts. Works with General Counsel to define a strategic course of action. Assists with business transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures. Works with contracts paralegal, Human Resources department, Patient Complaint/Grievance, and Risk department as needed.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have Graduate of an accredited school of law, JD degree and California licensed attorney. Should have 2-4 years in a legal department or healthcare law environment. Medical/Healthcare experience is required. Litigation experience is needed. Excellent written and oral communication skills, is must. Proficient computer and software skills (MS Office, Database, timekeeping, email) is must.
Tri-City Medical Center.
4002 Vista Way
Oceanside, CA 92056