**Compliance Specialist - Medicare**
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Primary Job Function: Compliance
This role is remote.
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The Compliance Specialist position is responsible for compliance program activities related to federal and state regulations and industry standards. This includes tracking, reviewing and analyzing Medicare policies, regulations and compliance requirements that could impact PerformRx's Medicare Advantages and Part D products; responding to internal requests for regulatory interpretation and guidance on Medicare Advantage and Part D; and implementing the annual Medicare Advantage and Part D Compliance program. The incumbent will serve as a subject matter expert within the Company regarding Medicare Advantage and Part D compliance issues and will work with individual departments to research, identify and address areas of vulnerability related to Compliance and prepare a work plan that describes the activities to control against the identified risks. This individual is also responsible for implementing processes to ensure regulatory compliance, including performing monitoring activities and validating departmental audits. The position provides support and coordination of activities for the PerformRx CIQA Compliance Manager.
+ Bachelor’s Degree or relevant experience.
+ Minimum of two (2) years healthcare industry, pharmacy benefit management, or health plan experience.
+ Previous compliance experience preferred or related field.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled