has been exclusively retained to assist
in identifying candidates for the position of

System Director Compliance Audits & Investigations

Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH) is the largest not-for-profit health system in Texas. It includes 48 owned, operated, joint-ventured and affiliated hospitals, 140 satellite outpatient facilities, eight joint-ventured emergency medical centers, 30 ambulatory surgery centers and 155 primary care clinics. Its 6,000 active physicians and more than 40,000 employees see over 5.1 million patient encounters annually, through more than 900 patient access points. In 2015, BSWH provided $743 million in community benefit.

Eleven of BSWH's hospitals were listed in the 2015-16 U.S. News & World Report's "Best Hospitals" and "Best Hospitals for Common Care" ratings. Six of the hospitals have achieved Magnet designation for nursing excellence and several of the regional hospitals and clinics received Health Care Information and Management Systems Society Analytics Stage 7 awards.

As part of its continuing commitment to quality in all aspects of care delivery and operations, BSWH has a robust corporate compliance program with a goal of maintaining a culture of compliance focused on educating every employee on what is expected of them, and encouraging employees to identify and report potential compliance issues or concerns.

BSWH now seeks a System Director Compliance Audits and Investigations to lead a staff of five, primarily focused on revenue cycle compliance issues. The Director will be charged with re-developing an already high-functioning team and for creating relationships with employees and physicians such to increase demand for compliance services. The Director will identify compliance risks, develop the annual audit work plan, direct internal investigations, report audit findings, provide regulatory guidance, and make changes to improve compliance response time, service and quality.

Qualified candidates must demonstrate an open, collaborative style. S/he must bring strong knowledge of revenue cycle compliance issues including a minimum of six years in compliance/audit and/or revenue cycle in a multi-facility organization. As the Director will lead a staff of five, four years of management level experience is also required. A bachelor's degree is required; a master's degree is preferred. Certification in healthcare compliance will be considered a plus.

Dallas, Texas is the fourth most populous metro area in the United States and the third largest city in Texas. Dallas has a temperate climate, a reasonable cost of living and education, arts, culture and outdoor activity to satisfy any life-style. The international airport puts international and national locations within easy reach.

Interested candidates may submit their credentials, in confidence to

Kathy Powell-Florip, President
The Woodlands, Texas