Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Healthcare) Salary in Delaware, United States
The average pay for a Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Healthcare) is $82,777 a year and $40 an hour in Delaware, United States.
The average salary range for a Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Healthcare) is between $60,463 and $101,390.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Delaware, United States.
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Plans, coordinates, facilitates, and documents reports on a hospital, clinic, or other medical facility's regulatory activities.
Plans, develops, and executes regulatory activities and strategies necessary to obtain and maintain healthcare regulatory approvals.
Directs and oversees short-term and long-term planning of regulatory submission initiatives.
Develop and implement strategies for the earliest possible approval of regulatory submission.
Ensures compliance with relevant regulations.
Interprets medical institution's corporate policy.
Manages the regulatory review and serves as liaison between the organization and regulatory authorities in the process of obtaining approval or clearance for medical products, processes, procedures, and changes.
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Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Healthcare) Job Listings for Delaware, United States
Millsboro, DE, USA
Cadia Healthcare of Delaware
... other healthcare professionals and medical facilities * Communicate with collaborating physician or specialist regarding patient care * Act in compliance with all Skilled Nursing Regulations ...
Cadia Healthcare- Silverside is seeking a Registered Nurse Night Shift House Supervisor to join our ... Communicate with collaborating physicians or specialists regarding patient care * Provide advice ...
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Medical Intensive Care Unit
Newark, United States
Christiana CareHealth System is seeking a Clinical Nurse Specialist for our Medical Intensive Care ... Ensures compliance with regulatory standards for critical care. Works with performance improvement ...