This position works under the direction of the Deputy General Counsel to provide legal support to Prisma Health.
- Demonstrate and share expertise in the areas of complex healthcare transactions, medical staff affairs, regulatory and accreditation matters, patient care issues, and research and academics. 10%
- Prepare and present periodic department specific and entity specific education and information sessions on local, state and national legal developments and trends. 10%
- Identify, research, analyze and anticipate short-term and long-term trends in healthcare and general corporate case law and common law, regulatory developments and accreditation requirements. 10%
- Support the Deputy General Counsel in the development of strategies and processes to address changes within the healthcare landscape. 10%
- Remain current on developments in relevant local, state and federal rules and regulations applicable to Prisma Health's business activities. 10%
- Conducts legal research as necessary to perform job duties or as requested by the Deputy General Counsel. 10%
- Draft and review contract terms and conditions and other legal and business documents as requested by the Deputy General Counsel with emphasis on complex transactional and regulatory matters. 10%
- Coordinate activities of outside counsel as directed by the Deputy General Counsel. 10%
- Collaborate with in-house counsel and corporate departments regarding the development, implementation and maintenance of Prisma Health policies and procedures as required by local, state, and federal law and private and public accreditation bodies. 10%
- Supports corporate and medical staff meetings and committees to provide legal advice and counsel as requested by the Deputy General Counsel. 10%
Job has direct and/or indirect supervision of employees that may include final budget authority, hire/termination/disciplinary authority, performance appraisal responsibility. Job will be considered a member of the management staff with direct reports.
Doctorate - Juris Doctor from an accredited school of law.
10 years - Minimum of 10 years in healthcare/legal related experience.
Specific Acceptable Credentials (if applicable)
Licensed to practice law in the state of SC or must obtain license within one year of employment
Day (United States of America)