Paralegal, Regulatory Affairs


Correct Care Solutions
Nashville, TN 37247
United States

Description
Our Paralegal, Regulatory Affairs assists in the regulatory compliance function. Performs research and supports activities relating to various legal and regulatory issues. Includes scope of practice issues, privacy laws (to include HIPAA, HITECH and state laws), pharmacy laws and regulations, state and federal open records acts, correctional health care, minority business enterprises, and other federal and state laws and regulations.
Qualifications:
Education:


B.S. or B.A. preferred; or related experience


Experience:


Minimum of two years' experience as a paralegal, preferably in health care and privacy fields.

Excellent research and writing skills required.

Experience in the healthcare and privacy fields preferred

Excellent research and writing skills required


Licenses/Certifications:


Paralegal certificate required


Responsibilities:


Perform research and support activities relating to various legal and regulatory issues, including scope of practice issues, privacy laws (to include HIPAA, HITECH and state laws), pharmacy laws and regulations, state and federal open records acts, correctional health care, minority business enterprises, and other federal and state laws and regulations.

Draft memoranda summarizing results of research and provide to supervisors and/or clients.

Assist in maintaining records of items monitored or controlled by the regulatory team.

Research legal and regulatory issues, including scope of practice issues, privacy laws (to include HIPAA, HITECH and state laws), pharmacy laws and regulations, state and federal open records acts, and other federal and state laws and regulations.

Provide timely, well-written and accurate responses to requests for assistance with regulatory matters, including guidance to operational staff regarding the handling of requests for patient records and, when required, written responses to attorneys and individuals who are requesting records.

Assist in maintaining records, and submitting filings in connection with various state and federal regulatory requirements.

Perform other duties as assigned.
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