About Corizon Health
Corizon Health is the pioneer provider of correctional healthcare in the United States.
We are a company built on more than 40 years of innovation and expertise in the industry.
Our people, our practices, and our commitment to success are the traits that make us the ideal employer as you begin or continue to advance your correctional healthcare career.
We have an exceptional opportunity for a Statewide Health-care Internal Audit Manager to join our health-care team at Maryland Regional Office located in Hanover, MD. Experience with audits in the health-care field is preferred.
Responsibilities of a Corizon HeCorizonatewide Internal Audit Manager:
The Statewide Internal Audit Manager is responsible for designing contract compliance monitoring audits and processes to protectively identify and prevent issues that would lead to findings of non-compliance and assessment of liquidated damages by the DPSCS (DepDPSCSnt of Public Safety and Correctional Services) as outlined in the contract.
The Statewide Internal Audit Manager will recruit, train and supervise a team of Internal Auditors/Heath Care Analysts in each Service Delivery Area (SDA). The SDAition also supervises the Statewide Report Coordinator and the Statewide Data Specialist/ Reporting Analyst that are based in the Regional Office. This position establishes and maintains a collaborative working relationship with DPSCS DireDPSCSof Clinical Services, DPSCS ContDPSCSManager, and other DPSCS offiDPSCS.
Responsible for developing contract compliance monitoring tools and leading internal statewide audits related to performance against contract requirements.
Implements an audit schedule in each region that is aligned with DPSCS audiDPSCS each region.
Manages a team of six positions in support of internal monitoring and client reporting requirements to ensure contract compliance and where indicated performance improvement.
Regularly reviews areas of operational compliance/non-compliance with internal leadership. Protectively identifies and communicates areas of risk. Recommends corrective actions to areas of improvement, as appropriate, and follows up on implementation, partnering with internal leadership.
Effectively uses data to identify performance improvement opportunities, collaborates with leadership team to drive improvement, and monitors progress through ongoing analysis of data and results.
Prepares corrective action plan for any audit findings by DPSCS resuDPSCS in assessment of liquidated damages.
Oversees the annual inventory process required by the contract to ensure accuracy and consistency with contractual requirements. Maintains perpetual equipment inventory in the document management system. Ensures that new equipment purchases are entered on the perpetual inventory and state property tags are attached.
Works with Finance to review and analyze the monthly staff reconciliation reports for the regions and takes action as needed to correct any reporting errors or miscalculation of liquidated damages.
Works with internal leadership to identify opportunities for cost reductions and operational efficiency.
Develops and manages relevant analytics and reporting and ensure they are available and regularly reported to key leaders.
Oversees all reporting requirements to ensure reports are submitted on time and entered into the data management system Net Documents and EPHR.
EnsuEPHRthat all reports, logs, lists, plans, manuals and databases required by contract will be in the form and format required by DPSCS and DPSCS to the document management system.
Examines and evaluates information systems, recommending controls to ensure data integrity.
Experience & Requirements
Bachelors Degree in Business, Healthcare or Finance required.
Masters Degree or MBA in Finance or related field preferred.
Experience in healthcare administration, project management, audits, compliance analysis experience required.
7+ years of experience in a financial operations or operational audit position, with at least 2 of these in a department and people leadership responsibility.
Ability to develop procedural manuals, statistical analysis, organizational charts and presentations.
Ability to travel to sites throughout the state.
This position requires a background check, security clearance, and/or drug screening.