IBM Watson Health – QA Compliance Program Specialist in Raleigh, North Carolina

From launching patient-led studies to matching patients to clinical trials, and from matching families to services and benefits, to cancer and chronic disease management, Watson Health is working to transform health and wellness. It’s time to transform health with new ways of working to improve approaches to care, productivity and well-being. Watson Health’s cognitive systems understand, reason and learn – helping to translate information into knowledge that can help drive more informed decision-making. Compliance Program Team Specialist opportunities are currently available in Cambridge, MA and North Castle, NY. As member of the Healthcare Compliance team you will support the Watson Health solution teams. You will use your knowledge of Healthcare and FDA compliance regulations and operations management with developing and delivering compliance policies, procedures, tooling and support. You will interface with the Business and Marketing leaders, the solution teams, regulatory experts in the compliance team, the legal department, external suppliers and other stakeholders on a project basis and on an operational level to build, maintain and operate parts of the compliance program. Additionally, you will:

  • Assist in the identification, implementation and maintenance of the program/organization’s policies and procedures.

  • Perform ongoing compliance monitoring activities.

  • Work with regulatory experts to ensure the practice/organization maintains appropriate documentation.

  • Implement and manage systems for Quality Management, Quality Assurance, Data stewardship, and governance.

  • Oversee, direct, deliver, or ensure delivery of training and orientation to all employees, volunteers, medical and professional staff and applicable business associates.

  • Participate in the development, implementation, and compliance monitoring of business associate agreements

  • Establish and administer process for receiving, documenting, tracking, investigating and taking action on complaints.

    Successful candidates will possess the following:

  • Knowledge and experience in compliance laws and regulations, access, release of information, and release control technologies.

  • Demonstrated organization, facilitation, communication, technical writing and presentation skills.

  • Strong technical skills with demonstrated ability to provide solutions to a variety of technical problems of moderate scope and complexity

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  • At least 5 years of work experience in a Healthcare device or Life Sciences pharmaceutical company

  • At least 2 years of work experience in a software development company