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Humana Senior Counsel in Billings, Montana

Description

The Senior Counsel provides a full range of legal advice and services. The Senior Counsel works on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial.

Responsibilities

The Senior Counsel is an attorney who will provide counsel on various clinical services/operations-related matters and assist with clinic-related due diligence and integration of mergers and acquisitions in areas including IT, privacy and security, and clinical operations compliance. In this role the attorney will be expected to provide legal advice to business leaders and clinical staff regarding medical legal matters including informed consent, privacy, disclosures to state and federal agencies, clinical staff issues, regulatory and licensing requirements, and assist the MA team with clinical mergers and acquisitions. The attorney will exercise independent judgment and decision making on the impact and application of federal and state healthcare laws and regulations in connection with and relation to the clinical, strategic, and business operations. The attorney will assist in the preparation and review of various transactions, agreements, and other documents to assist the business and clinical functions of the different entities. The attorney should possess knowledge of legal issues related to the healthcare provider space including, but not limited to, privacy, clinical policies and procedures, Stark, Anti-kickback, Medicare Communications and Marketing Guidelines, and Telemedicine. This attorney should be able to organize, manage, and prioritize different projects for different lines of business while working with senior members of the law department on implementing strategy and processes for the business. This can be a remote position with the flexibility to travel to South Florida as needed.

Required Qualifications

  • Juris Doctor degree from an ABA accredited law school;

  • Active membership in a state bar association;

  • At least 7 years of experience in provider related healthcare law and mergers and acquisitions;

  • Strong organizational skills involving diverse matters and clients

  • Strong skills in communicating legal issues to various stakeholders;

  • Ability to work independently under general supervision and in team settings.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Desire to grow into leadership role

  • Experience with telemedicine, federal and state laws and regulations related to clinical operations, peer review, corporate practice of medicine, and regulatory and licensing related to clinical entities and employed providers.

Additional Information

This position can be remote from any geographic location in the United States

Scheduled Weekly Hours

40

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