Saint Luke’s Health System
System Privacy Officer
“The best place to get care. The best place to give care.” That is the Saint Luke’s vision and, whether in a hospital, clinic, practice or office, our nearly 12,000 employees strive toward that vision every day. Saint Luke’s employees are proud of our rich history and heritage, and that we remain the only faith-based, nonprofit, locally owned health system in Kansas City. Joining Saint Luke’s means joining a team of exceptional professionals who always strive for excellence in patient care. Take this opportunity to do the best work of your career within a highly diverse and inclusive work space where all voices matter.
The position is responsible for continuous progress toward full compliance with the applicable privacy rules and regulations. A well-qualified privacy officer will: 1) have experience in providing counsel on the development of privacy practices and policies, patient confidentiality and training employees on privacy issues; and 2) have a breadth of strong knowledge in regulatory privacy; general knowledge in technology and data security, with specific knowledge of the relevant regulations at the federal and state level.
A candidate will need to demonstrate the following:
- Privacy specialization. A detail-oriented mind with a background in reading regulatory language. Further training in privacy, such as a certification. Experience as an advisor to companies that are likely to impact leading-edge privacy work, such as cloud computing, is also a positive.
- Future-focused. Ability to remain current on developments in technological innovation, pending legislation, and other early indicators of what the privacy landscape may resemble in the near and long-term future. Given the increasing privacy issues related to EHRs, mobile devices, and medical devices, having hands-on experience with an assortment of technology and the ability to view a company’s products and services through the lens of the privacy-aware customer is essential.
- Risk awareness. Involvement with advising and coordinating internal and external media efforts for instances in which there is a privacy data breach. The role is integral in the organization’s routine privacy risk assessments and collaborating with the security team on internal processes to ensure appropriate standards are in place.
- Transparent communicator. Agreement that a successful privacy program needs to be transparent, including communication among the workforce about strategic objectives and how those objectives relate to privacy issues, as well as the risks that the organization can face.
Bachelor’s Degree (Required), Master’s Degree
Certified Healthcare Privacy & Security – American Health Information Management Association, Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance – Health Care Compliance Association.
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