Chronic disease is the dominant cause of avoidable healthcare spending and death in the United States and worldwide. Fortunately, much of this disease burden and associated spending is potentially avoidable through delivery of more proactive, prevention-focused care. Novocardia is on a mission to empower clinicians across the United States to consistently deliver higher-quality, prevention-focused, patient-centered care, and enable clinicians to be rewarded for focusing on these services for their patients, and delivering care now that avoids more advanced disease down the line.
Our founding team has decades of experience in clinical medicine, payer and provider leadership, government, data science, and clinical operations. We are deeply passionate about improving care quality, and providing more Americans with access to great, evidence-based chronic disease care. We are also deeply committed to building more sustainable and durable payment models for this care – models that reward clinicians for delivering the right care, in the right place at the right time.
We are looking for a talented and experienced individual to join our growing team as a Director, Compliance. This role affords a truly singular opportunity to work closely with a world-class team to help build a disruptive, mission-driven, physician-led clinical delivery organization from the ground up!
We are looking for high integrity, mission-oriented people who are passionate about improving the quality and value of chronic disease care in America, excited to join a dynamic, rapidly-growing, and diverse team, and want to build a disruptive, world-class business. We are humble, ambitious, learning-oriented, focused on execution, and all in on this venture and vision. Come join us!
The Director, Compliance will assist in the continued development and successful administration of an effective Corporate Compliance Program (the “Program”), including assuming primarily responsibility for the development of objectives for the Program and completion of an annual effectiveness review of the Program.
The Director, Compliance must maintain a comprehensive understanding of the values and ethical principles within the Company, as well as the highest level of personal and professional conduct. The Director, Compliance must also remain objective and independent when completing assignments, and consistently demonstrate the ability to hold information in confidence and ensure that all employees of the Company are accountable for adhering to the Program.
Education and Qualifications
Novocardia provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to religion, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, alienage or citizenship status, national origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, disability, veteran, or military status, predisposing genetic characteristics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.