Contracts Analyst

» Contracts Analyst
Legal
in Altamonte Springs
, FL
Reference: 19-04432

Description: 

The Contracts Analyst (CA) performs a variety of duties relating to assisting in the preparation and review of contracts and related documents in support of legal requirements for business interests. In partnership with appropriate department(s), prepare, analyze, review and project business outcomes for new and renewal of contracts. With direction from the VP of Finance, may be asked to negotiate terms and conditions of contracts. The CA assists with the preparation of contracts for submission to appropriate AHS Contract Review Personnel for review and approval and adheres to the company’s Corporate Compliance, Tax, and Legal policies and procedures. Review all payments made to physicians to verify all are correct, compliant, and supported through current executed contracts. Individual will also assist with maintaining the electronic contract database and files and helps to manage the contract workflow through all areas. May perform other related duties as delegated. Minimal supervision required.

Responsibilities: 

  • Has scope over all contracts within FHHCP; including but not limited to Physician Employment Contracts, Physician Services Contracts, all other professional services contracts, leases of all types within FHHCP and vendor contacts as deemed necessary
  • Assist in the preparations and review of contracts and related documents for FHHCP
  • Prepare, analyze, review and project business outcomes for new and renewal of contracts
  • Evaluate contracts for opportunities to improve business terms and conditions
  • May be asked to negotiate terms and conditions of contracts as directed by the VP of Finance
  • Assist with preparation of contracts for submission to AHS Compliance Department for review and approval
  • Review all payments made to physicians to verify accuracy and documented through current executed contracts
  • Assist with maintaining the electronic contract database and files and manages the contract workflow
  • Use discretion when discussing personnel and compensation and other related confidential issues
  • Respond to ever-changing matrix of FHHCP needs and acts accordingly
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate

Knowledge and Skills Required: 

  • Contract management
  • Contract administration

Knowledge and Skills Preferred: 

  • Working knowledge of current healthcare law

Education and Experience Required: 

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 1 to 2 years of position-related experience

Education and Experience Preferred:

  • Masters degree

Licensure, Certification or Registration Preferred: 
• Registered paralegal or paralegal certification

Responsibilities: 

  • Exhibit ICARE values and loving care in all interpersonal contacts
  • Establish and maintain courteous, tactful and professional level of interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively with customers and populations served, including patients, guests, co-workers, the public, medical staff, external business associates
  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills
  • Maintain required level of confidentiality
  • Interact effectively with employees at all levels
  • Conform to all organization policies and procedures including but not limited to the mission/vision/values and philosophy, customer service pledge, corporate compliance, Rules of Conduct as outlined in the “Guidelines for Employees” handbook, no smoking, dress code
  • Establish and maintain a history of regular attendance; make appropriate use of PDO, and observe department call-in procedures for absence
  • Establish and maintain punctual work habits
  • Exhibit timely arrival and departure and dependable time habits including meals and other breaks
  • Attend/participate in mandatory facility-wide and department training/meetings as required including but not limited to department huddles, annual education, safety training, town halls, etc.
  • Ability to demonstrate and apply knowledge of fire, safety, security, disaster procedure regulations and National Patient Safety Goals as presented in orientation, outlined in safety manual, and as pertains to each work area
  • Supports departmental and organizational mission through embracing and demonstrating a commitment to sacred work, appropriate use of resources, providing assistance to team members, accepting work or schedule assignments, participating in process and performance improvement as required
  • Required to respond to emergency situations (i.e., disasters, hurricanes, etc.) by reporting to department and staying until the crisis is over or position is covered by incoming personnel. This is a mandatory requirement. Refusal to respond may result in termination.

Required Competencies: 

  • Mandatory CBLs