The Dignity Health Legal Department (“Legal Department”) is responsible for the provision of legal services to, and for the management of the legal affairs of, Dignity Health, including its hospitals, physician medical groups, clinically integrated networks, a California limited Knox-Keene health plan and other affiliated businesses (“Dignity Health”). The Senior Counsel – Managed Care (“Senior Counsel”):
Inland Empire Health Plan, headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, is a not-for-profit, rapidly growing Medi-Cal and Medicare health plan that serves over a million residents of the Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
The In-House Legal Department is seeking an associate counsel who has strong knowledge of the managed care industry and has the ability to develop and leverage one or more of the following areas of legal specialization: Medicare/Medicaid regulations, health plan operations, and health care transactions.
Immediate need for a 7-10 year healthcare litigator with strong experience in provider arbitration’s.
Qualified candidate will assist with a large volume of healthcare litigation matters. These are provider and member disputes. The arbitration’s are typically over claims disputes. Consulting attorney will work with outside counsel. Need to be onsite 5 days a week. Must be a self-starter. They will have access to a paralegal for some support.
Boutique administrative, health care, and employment law firm is seeking to add an experienced attorney to its team. Looking for an attorney to help law firm achieve its growth goals while expanding into new markets.
The Office of Legal Services (OLS) provides comprehensive legal support and services to DHCS programs and its employees. The OLS is comprised of five legal teams that provide direct legal support aligned with DHCS’ organizational structure. The Office of Regulations, (OOR) which coordinates the development and promulgation of DHCS regulations, is also part of the OLS.
The Department of Health Care Services, Office of Legal Services, Health Care Financing and Rates Team, is currently accepting applications for a full-time, permanent Attorney III position.
The Senior Compliance Analyst is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Compliance Department, such as auditing, monitoring, training, creating and maintaining policies and procedures, reporting, and regulatory filing. The Senior Compliance Analyst works with little oversight to coordinate compliance related projects, regulatory filings, and audits. The Senior Compliance Analyst is also responsible for compliance related communications and special projects.
Leading health care specialty firm in West Los Angeles is seeking an associate attorney with 4-7 years’ experience to focus on regulatory, compliance and transactional work for established healthcare providers, managed care entities, and entrepreneurs/investors. Prior law firm training in complex corporate and financial transactions is essential. Experience/knowledge of healthcare law and regulations is helpful, but not a barrier for candidates willing and able to focus on learning the industry.
The Director of Compliance and Risk Management is responsible for evaluation, oversight, and management of risk management, patient relations and regulatory standards throughout the Barton Health. Supports the organization’s mission, vision and values through activities to protect all assets and resources of the organization. Oversees patient grievances in an appropriate and timely manner. Protects the rights of the patient, the clinical and medical staff of the organization. Utilizes critical thinking to identify untoward trends and collaborate for resolution and prevention.
This position serves as the Assistant Chief Counsel over the Center for Health Care Quality (CHCQ) Counsel Team within the Office of Legal Services (OLS). As such, this position plans, organizes, and directs the provision of legal services and policy advice for this California Department of Public Health (CDPH) program.
Directs and coordinates the investigation, disposition and settlement of claims and lawsuits brought against SCPMG Physicians and other professionals. Represents affected physicians in investigations, inquiries and hearings before the Medical Board of California, and related licensing agencies. Counsels physicians and other professionals on how to avoid liability. Provides educational presentations to leadership and others on liability experience and avoiding liability.
Reporting to the General Counsel, the primary role of this position is to provide counsel on a variety of health-care business, corporate, and commercial matters, with an emphasis on drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and implementing contracts with health plans, providers, and other health care organizations and vendors across the country.
The University of California Office of the President seeks candidates for the role of Principal Counsel – Hospital Operations and Regulatory (Regulatory Counsel). The Office of the President is the system-wide headquarters of the University of California.
The University of California Office of the President seeks candidates for the role of Principal Counsel – Managed Care. The Office of the President is the system-wide headquarters of the University of California.
King & Spalding seeks a junior- to mid-level litigation associate for its healthcare practice group in Sacramento.
Qualified candidates will have two to five years of healthcare litigation experience, preferably at a large law firm, in addition to superior academic credentials and excellent writing, research, analytical, and communication skills.
Procopio is seeking an attorney with top academic credentials with a minimum of five years’ experience in healthcare law. Experience specifically with California healthcare and public agency law helpful. Successful candidates will have excellent writing and client relations skills. Must include experience in provider representation: fraud and abuse; Stark; corporate compliance; Medicare/Medicaid; affiliation and integration transactions and licensure; physician and hospital contracting; and regulatory and reimbursement issues.
Healthcare Associate to join our health and business law team representing hospitals, medical practices and all other types of healthcare providers and practitioners with a major focus on transactional and regulatory matters. The candidate must have strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work directly with clients, manage and take the lead on transactions, and the ability to effectively handle multiple projects. Employment and real estate law experience is also desirable. At least 5-7 years of healthcare practice experience.
Well established litigation boutique in Century City is seeking a three to six year litigation associate. The firm primarily serves health care providers in Southern California, including physicians, medical groups and surgery centers, in business disputes and criminal and regulatory matters. A candidate must demonstrate strong writing and research skills and familiarity with civil procedure in federal and California courts. The firm offers competitive salary, health care and benefits.
CSHA membership offers a host of benefits including timely access to the latest updates on state and federal legislation, regulations, and case law that affects the healthcare industry. You will also receive:
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