In this role, the Regulatory and Compliance Project Manager will be responsible for managing all aspects of regulatory reporting and data submission for various lines of business, including MLTC, FIDA, SNP and MAP.
Manage the SOX compliance calendar, controls execution schedule and technology audit checklists, programs and/or guidelines; work with local IT Directors to ensure all Sarbanes-Oxley control documentation is up-to-date and accurate for all IT areas.
In this role, you will work in health care compliance program and financial reviews preferred, but not required Strong background and understanding of healthcare delivery systems, strong preference given to those candidates with experience working within the Medicaid program.
This position is responsible for managing the US international aspects of tax compliance for Corning and subsidiaries. The position will also assist with accounting for income taxes, research on international tax issues, selected tax planning projects, and audits as well as a variety of other tax and compliance related projects.
Manage the expectations and obtain buy-in for ideas across senior individuals in the Business, Technology and Compliance; develop and communicate business case and delivery plans required to gain support and deliver the change.
Review marketing materials for regulatory compliance (including Medicare Advantage / Fully Integrated Dual Advantage (FIDA)/ MLTCP products);manage MLTC Plans compliance with the terms of the contract with NYS.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide U.S. Trust and other Global Wealth and Investment Management (GWIM) personnel with advice and guidance for complying with banking and trust laws and regulations.
Assist the Compliance Executive in maintaining and communicating regulatory changes, advising and directing business leaders to ensure that regulatory requirements are addressed in their respective procedures and controls so that their day to day activities operate in a compliant manner.
Serve as a compliance monitor, work independently with ICPT team members worldwide and outside advisers to set up policies and processes for transparency, and other general compliance matters, attend events, and complete appropriate documentation.
Support the day to day operations of the Corporate Compliance function including participating in Compliance and Privacy training, develop and draft revisions to policies, maintaining compliance database, conduct investigations and participate in special projects which impact enhancing the patient experience.