Website Florida Department of Corrections
Our staff is dedicated to inspiring and empowering a culture of trust, so our community can lead healthier lives. Our mission is to protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, and community efforts. You can help fulfill that mission. This position requires a great deal of computer experience as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills. In addition to regularly assigned duties, the person selected for this position will be asked to participate in process improvement teams and offer productive feedback. We strive to maintain continued development through innovation, collaboration, accountability, responsiveness, and excellence.
- Coordinates investigations with federal, state and local law enforcement officials and regulatory agencies as requested or directed by supervisor/manager.
- Reviews and analyzes medical/hospital records, court records, lab reports, peer review records and other pertinent records.
- Investigates complaints of alleged malpractice among medical health care boards.
- Coordinates investigative activity through legal counsel as requested or directed.
- Prepares comprehensive reports of final, supplemental and probation investigations.
- Contacts and interviews complainants, witnesses, and subjects.
- Initiates subject notification procedures.
- Testifies and/or presents evidence at administrative hearings, depositions, or trials.
- Develops and maintains up-to-date professional contacts with risk managers, hospital administrators, nursing directors and other health care providers.
- Coordinates and assists department legal/board staff regarding administrative hearings, subpoena service, administrative complaints, final orders, and disciplinary enforcement requests.
- Prepares subpoenas to obtain medical records and other pertinent documents.
- Reviews and analyzes complaint documents/information.
- Serves as member of the prosecution team as directed.
- Knowledge of computer data bases, to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; laws, legal codes, court procedures and government rules & regulations. Skill in reading and writing; investigating and researching.
- Ability to understand sentences and paragraphs in work related documents; effectively manage time; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; make sound judgments; write detailed narrative investigative reports; interpret, understand, and apply applicable rules, regulations and policies and procedures; ability to maintain strict confidentiality;
- ability to pass a thorough background investigation.
- Incumbent must be able to drive a state-owned vehicle for more than two-hours and greater than 100 miles per day, and to navigate the roadways and find street addresses using road maps or internet street search programs to perform inspections at healthcare-related business establishments and facilities.
Company: Florida Department of Corrections
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Other
Job Location: Miami, FL, US
Application Deadline: N/A