We are a team on a mission, to put accessible and affordable healthcare in the hands of every person on earth. Our mission is bold and ambitious, and it’s one that’s shared by our team who shares our values, to dream big, build fast and be brilliant.
To achieve this, we’ve brought together one of the largest teams of scientists, clinicians, mathematicians and engineers to focus on combining the ever-growing computing power of machines, with the best medical expertise of humans, to create a comprehensive, immediate and personalized health service and make it universally available.
babylon was included in WIRED’s 2016 Top 100 Hottest Startups in Europe and CB Insights 2017 Global ‘AI 100’ list. Fortune Magazine included babylon in their 2017 list of ’50 Companies Leading the AI Revolution’, the only listed company using AI in healthcare delivery.
At babylon our people aren’t just part of a team, they’re part of something bigger. We’re a vibrant community of creative thinkers and doers, forging the way for a new generation of healthcare.
We’re only as good as our people. So, finding the best people is everything to us. We serve millions, but we choose our people one at a time…Responsibilities
Builds a strategic and comprehensive privacy program that defines, develops, maintains and implements policies and processes that enable consistent, effective privacy practices which minimize risk and ensure the confidentiality of protected health information (PHI), paper and/or electronic, across all media types. Ensures privacy forms, policies, standards, and procedures are up-to-date.
Works with organization senior management, security, and corporate compliance officer to establish governance for the privacy program.
Serves in a leadership role for privacy compliance related to HIPAA, FTC, FDA medical device regulations, CalOPPA, and other federal, state, and local laws
Collaborate with the information security officer to ensure alignment between security and privacy compliance programs including policies, practices, investigations, and acts as a liaison to the information systems department.
Establishes, with the information security officer, an ongoing process to track, investigate and report inappropriate access and disclosure of protected health information. Monitor patterns of inappropriate access and/or disclosure of protected health information.
Performs or oversees initial and periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation.
Conducts related ongoing compliance monitoring activities in coordination with the organization’s other compliance and operational assessment functions.
Takes a lead role, to ensure the organization has and maintains appropriate privacy and confidentiality consents, authorization forms and information notices and materials reflecting current organization and legal practices and requirements.
Oversees, develops and delivers initial and ongoing privacy training to the workforce.
Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements, to ensure all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilities are addressed.
Works cooperatively with information management personnel in overseeing patient rights to inspect, amend, and restrict access to protected health information when appropriate.
Manages all required breach determination and notification processes under HIPAA and applicable State breach rules and requirements.
Establishes and administers a process for investigating and acting on privacy and security complaints
Performs required breach risk assessment, documentation, and mitigation. Works with Human Resources to ensure consistent application of sanctions for privacy violations
Initiates, facilitates and promotes activities to foster information privacy awareness within the organization and related entities.
Maintains current knowledge of applicable federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards.
Works with organization administration, legal counsel, and other related parties to represent the organization’s information privacy interests with external parties (state or local government bodies) who undertake to adopt or amend privacy legislation, regulation, or standard.
Cooperates with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service’s Office for Civil Rights, State regulators and/or other legal entities in any compliance reviews or investigations.
Serves as information privacy resource to the organization regarding release of information and to all departments for all privacy related issues.
Baccalaureate degree in health information management or a related healthcare field.
Knowledge and experience in state and federal information privacy laws, including but not limited to HIPAA.
Demonstrated organization, facilitation, written and oral communication, and presentation skills.
Recommended privacy certification such as Certified in Healthcare Privacy and Security (CHPS) and/or other healthcare industry related credential, e.g. RHIA, RHIT.
Demonstrated skills in collaboration, teamwork, and problem-solving to achieve goals
Demonstrated skills in verbal communication and listening
Demonstrated skills in providing excellent service to customers
Excellent writing skills
A high level of integrity and trust
Extensive familiarity with health care relevant legislation and standards for the protection of health information and patient privacy
Health care legal, operational, and or financial skills.
Tagged as: Digital Health, Health, Healthcare
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