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Objective: Seeking a Medical Coding or a Medical Records or a Data Entry Position
Mastery of primary Coding systems.
Familiarity with concerns of professional coders in the areas of medical law, confidentiality and ethics applied to patient records.
Capable of accurately coding common diseases, medical diagnoses procedures and surgical interventions and familiar with ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS.
Certified Medical Coder and currently holding a CPC license through the AAPC.
Northeastern University, Boston, MA Apr 2010
Bachelor of Science in Health Management
Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, MA Jun 2007
A.S. Degree in Medical Information Management
Certificate in Medical Coding
“Practicode” - On site training - AAPC, Boston, MA Aug 2015 to Feb 2016
Attended onsite practical training on Medical Coding through the AAPC.
Became a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) through the AAPC “Practicode” training that dealt with real cases in Medical Coding which is equivalent to 1 year experience as a Certified Professional Coder in Medical Coding.
The Dimock Center, Boston, MA Feb 2008 to Jan 2014
Performed data entry and reorganized patient’s medical records filing system in alphabetical and numerical order for around 9.000 patients.
Observed the major responsibilities and functions of a manager.
Observed and implemented general medical records policies and procedures according to industry standards.
Reviewed and monitored work schedules, hours and duty assignments.
Worked on e-Clinicalwork software.
Supervised, coached, directed employees, and participated in decision making.
Assessed staffing patterns and recommended changes that meet industry goals.
Maintained strong communication skills and a professional attitude in all interactions with patients and staff.
Performed 180 hour Health Management Internship.
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA Nov 2006 to Dec 2006
Medical Coder Intern
Partners: Navy Yard – Charlestown, Boston, MA
Performed a 40 hour medical coding internship.
Coded for inpatients, outpatients, burn patients, respiratory patients, and cancer patients.
Bunker Hill Community College, Chelsea, MA Oct 2005 to Dec 2005
Medical Terminology Tutor
Utilized teaching skills to assist students in various academic programs including nursing, medical coding and medical technology.
Assisted students, individually and in groups with lesson assignments and reinforced learning concepts.
Helped students in understanding and describing word parts, including prefixes, root words, and suffixes in medical terminology.
Computer: Proficient in Keyboard, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel,
Access, PowerPoint, Internet, E-mail and Medisoft: Patient Accounts)
and able to type 35 to 40 WPM.