Privacy Officer 9/10/2016
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
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924 Westwood Blvd. Suite 520
$54.12 / $9417
$108.72 / $18917
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The Chief Privacy Officer develops, guides, and assists in the identification and maintenance of the UCLA Health Sciences information privacy policies and procedures working collaboratively with the Health Sciences leadership to help ensure compliance with University policies, federal and state laws and the Health Sciences information privacy practices.
Extensive information privacy management and practice experience in health care, preferably in an academic Medical Sciences setting with a demonstrated understanding of all elements of information privacy management in relationship to professional practice and health care delivery.
Expertise in all aspects of assigned functions, including development and management of information privacy plans and practices, reporting systems and controls.
Knowledge of federal and state health services regulations pertaining to HIPAA, HITECH, and state privacy rules and regulations and other external agencies and business.
Knowledge of the issues and challenges facing the clinical, education and research components of the Health Sciences with a full understanding of, and ability to adopt privacy management efforts to effectively respond to changes in health care and research practices, legal/regulatory changes and technological trends.
Ability to accomplish results and effectively promote effective privacy management and practice across units with business plans amid competing priorities in a complex multi-mission organization.
Effectively communicate and educate in a way that builds and maintains a climate of trust and inspires commitment from others to achieve organization goals. Ability to work effectively with a wide range of faculty, management and staff, as well as representatives of regulatory agencies and business.
Demonstrate and set high standards of behavior, performance, quality, credibility and integrity. Exhibit judgment and business acumen necessary to effectively advocate for the information privacy management agenda.
Consistently interact with all members of the organization in ways that enhance understanding, respect, cooperation and problem-solving.
Generate and encourage creative ideas, innovative thinking and imaginative solutions to issues or problems. Is able and willing to solve problems from various points of view and make difficult decisions.
Understand the approaches and methods of process improvement, including planning, setting priorities, systematic performance assessment, implementation based on such assessment, and maintaining and achieving improvement.
Effectively manage and interact with diverse groups both within and outside of the University.
Demonstrate ongoing commitment to meeting affirmative action goals in recruitment, selection and development of staff.
A Juris Doctor, Master s degree in Business, Health Care Administration, or Public Health, or equivalent experience, is preferred.