Seattle Children's - Senior Counsel
Responsible for providing legal advice and
analysis regarding health care regulatory and compliance matters
to support Seattle Children's and its affiliated organizations.
Prepares and reviews transactional documents in collaboration with
the management team. Provides legal support for the organization's
corporate compliance, privacy and security officers. Partners with
the Legal team to stay abreast of regulatory and industry
developments in the dynamic healthcare environment and proactively
identifies potential legal solutions to address risk.
equivalent from ABA accredited law school
practice law in the State of Washington
experience in legal and regulatory framework governing hospital
and health care operations
-Minimum 5 years of relevant health
care law experience in corporate, public or private law firm
-Prior experience in a
major law firm or in-house experience in a large, complex
Stoel Rives LLP - Attorney
Stoel Rives LLP seeks an attorney to join the
Health Care Group in its Sacramento, Seattle or Portland office.
Candidates must have a minimum of two to five years’ experience representing health care clients. Familiarity
with the following areas of health care regulation is preferred: managed care, provider contracting, Medicare
and Medicaid regulations. The ideal candidate will have a California license and some California provider contracting experience.
Candidates should have outstanding academic credentials, law firm experience, strong writing skills, and excellent interpersonal skills.
Membership to the California State Bar, Oregon State Bar and/or Washington State Bar is required.
Group Health - Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant
Group Health is seeking a
Sr. Regulatory Affairs Consultant. The Sr. Regulatory Affairs
responsible to review, coordinate and formulate organizational
responses to regulatory proposals and actions, including
communicating regulatory developments and guidance to appropriate
business entities and stakeholders inside Group Health. In
conjunction with Group Health stakeholders, develops policy on key
issues of operational and strategic importance to Group Health.
Ensures the coordination of Group Health policy positioning and
response between state and federal issues especially with regard
to regulatory oversight of commercial health insurance and
government sponsored and subsidized programs through the Group
Health enterprise with regard to health reform.
Candidates should have a minimum of a Master's Degree in
Public Administration, Health Administration, or Public Health. A
Juris Doctor preferred. Minimum experience requirements include:
5 years health policy, law, or related field with
particular attention to Medicare, insurance issues, health
care reimbursement systems, and provider issues.
7 years previous experience in health care and health
insurance performance auditing, policy analysis, government
regulations, and private accreditation.
Preferred experience includes 5 years' health care
contract law, regulatory group compliance activities,
state/federal regulatory and legislation process.