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  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist

    Posted Date 1 week ago(11/8/2018 8:52 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-5126
    Company
    Grane Rx
    Location
    US-PA-Pittsburgh
    Category
    Pharmacy
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Education Level
    Bachelor's Degree
    Experience Needed
    1-3 years
    Salary Info
    Based on experience
  • Overview

    Regulatory Affairs Specialist

     

    Full Time – Pittsburgh Area

     

    As one of the leading providers of long-term care pharmacy services and PACE pharmacy services throughout Pennsylvania and beyond, Grane Rx is the place to advance your career in this challenging and fast paced industry. Under the direction of the Quality Director, this role serves as a subject matter expert within the Company regarding state and federal regulations and works with individual departments to research, identify and address areas of vulnerability related to regulatory compliance. This includes tracking, reviewing and analyzing policies, regulations and compliance requirements that could impact pharmacy licensure.

    Responsibilities

    • Tracking, reviewing and analyzing policies, regulations and compliance requirements.
    • Read, interpret, summarize, Federal and State regulations and policies
    • Provide compliance training and oversight
    • Investigate potential issues of regulatory and or privacy (HIPAA) non-compliance and coordinate provision of root cause analysis and impact reports for internal departments as well as downstream entities
    • Complete monitoring events to determine the level of compliance to newly instituted regulatory procedures and or corrective action plans
    • Perform internal audits and self-inspections
    • Document and maintain project plans and status reports as related to mock inspections, audits, and other ad hoc initiatives as needed
    • Acts as the regulatory lead on new and continuing customer pharmacy transition activities

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree or a minimum 2 years of professional work experience at a pharmacy, health plan, pharmacy benefit manager, or state/federal agency
    • Minimum 1 year of professional work experience in a regulatory compliance, privacy, or investigation setting, preferably in a health care setting
    • Must possess strong research and analytical skills, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Demonstrated competency in investigating potential errors and evaluating root-cause analyses
    • Possesses ability to analyze and interpret policy and regulations
    • Ability to deliver information accurately in a fast-paced environment with insight and perspective
    • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and Internet

     

     

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