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DescriptionSummary:Compliance Auditor will assist in the overall quality, compliance, and auditing activities to ensure compliance of standard operating procedures, corporate policies, industry standards, and applicable federal and state laws for CHRISTUS Health. Conducts audit activities and prepares reports summarizing audit results. Works in conjunction with Regional Director of Compliance and Privacy on compliance and privacy work plans, staff education, internal and external audits and reviews, and provides assurance that the organization is operating in an efficient and effective manner.Performs compliance and privacy audit and monitoring activities and coordinates with the CHRISTUS Regional team and the System O
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