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Role Summary: The Compliance Analyst will work in multiple, high-visibility programs and processes that will include operation, maintenance, analysis and enhancements for the GEHC global and regional Improper Payment Prevention program. The Compliance Analyst also provides functional support of GE Healthcare Compliance rules, processes and reporting tools.
Essential Responsibilities: • Collection of data/documents for pre-approval, payment and closure • Review of documentation against codes of conduct and policies/guidelines • Escalate deviations/red flags to Compliance Managers/Pole Leader • Support users through training, education and providing tools • Provide a declaration to local authorities when necessary • Drive optimum cycle time of a request through its closure • Support preparation of contracts/letters • Train process stakeholders about internal procedures, policies and regulation requirements and drive awareness through effective communications • Prepare & present periodic reports & dashboards for the leadership team providing HRPs summaries as well as transactional details when necessary • Stay up-to-date on all legal and reporting obligations • Determine and implement optimal business processes to ensure data integrity and completeness • Assist with all other compliance-related duties and special projects as identified by the individual or as assigned by management which could include transparency reporting or Independent Third Parties • Drive continuous improvement and standardization across all projects • Maintain good business relationships, working to partner cross-functionally to understand and address needs and roadblocks and facilitate change as appropriate. • Cultivate a highly-engaged partnerships with the other Transactional Compliance COE team members (EMEA, Americas, Asia Pacific and China) to leverage scale and build consistent strategies for multi-modality and cross-P&L business projects
Qualifications/Requirements: • Administrative, Finance, Law or Business background • Min 1-2 years working experience • Strong project management and prioritization skills, ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and priorities • Adaptable/Flexible: Being open to change in response to new information, different or unexpected circumstances, and /or to work in ambiguous situations • Well organized, rigorous • Solid critical thinking, ability to act as a gatekeeper, knowledge of and ability to apply problem-solving and decision-making skills. • Ability to work independently on assigned projects and tasks • Good analytical skills, proficient in using excel • Strong verbal and written communication skills, strong interpersonal and collaborative skills including the ability to interact effectively across the organization and to facilitate conflict resolution. • Able to work with remote teams, ability to work effectively in an organizational matrix • Fluent English and Bahasa Indonesia language knowledge
Desired Characteristics: • Prior experience in Healthcare Compliance industry • Strong motivation to work in the compliance area
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