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Data Entry Medical Assistant

Friendswood, Texas, United States
October 26, 2016

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Friendswood, TX 77546



Knowledge of all facets of information systems methodology from conceptual design through documentation, implementation, user training, quality review, and enhancement.

Requirements elicitation and analysis based upon workflows, customer needs and regulatory requirements.

Word, PowerPoint, Visio, Borland Caliber, software simulations created with iRise.

Working with multiple teams, departments and applications to facilitate project goals.


M.D. Anderson Cancer Center: Business Systems Analyst Feb 04 to Sept 15

Worked as the lead Business Analyst for a multi-million dollar project for a research tissue banking application while managing tasks for onshore and offshore BA resources.

Coordinated integration efforts between the tissue banking application and other systems within the hospital.

Worked as a liaison between the data migration team and the customer to migrate data for use within the tissue banking application.

Documented requirements for the conversion of the application from Oracle to .NET.

Participated in extensive documentation reviews with the development and Quality Assurance teams both onshore and offshore.

Worked as part as the Quality Assurance team testing requirements and creating test cases while using Quality Center to document defects.

Created Help documentation for users once application modules were deployed.

Provided client support after the application deployed.

M.D. Anderson Cancer Center: Research Data Coordinator April 02 to Feb 04

Data entry into database for Prostate Protocols and case report forms for Industry Sponsored Protocols

Interacted with Protocol Monitors for Industry Sponsored Protocols

Attended seminars for increasing knowledge in cancer treatment and prevention

Manipulated Excel spreadsheets for preparation for data analysis by the Statisticians

Drs. S. Choo and J. Morneau: Medical Assistant July 99 to April 02

Patient care coordination between doctors’ offices for referrals, procedures and insurance care.

Assisted the doctors by placing patients in rooms, obtaining vital signs and appointment scheduling.

Provided patient education for chemotherapy, medical conditions and procedures

Monitored IV’s for chemotherapy, administered injections, removed sutures and staples

Completed urinalysis and urine cultures on urine samples, catheterized patients, draw blood, gave injections and prepared surgical trays for autoclaving

Contacted insurance companies for pre-certification and insurance verification


Masters Certificate in Business Analysis - George Washington University School of Business – 2011

Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science - University of Houston Clear Lake - 2011

Completed Medical Assistant program - Education America - 1999


Millikan, R.E., Thall, P., Pagliaro, L.C., & Williams, D. (2004). 2004 ASCO Annual Meeting Proceedings. Randomized, adaptive, phase II selection trial of four chemotherapy regimens in androgen independent prostate cancer (AIPC). Journal of Clinical Oncology, 22(14S July 15 Supplement), 4561.

Mao, S., Daliani, D.D., Wang, X., Thall, P.F., Do, K.A., Perez, C.A., Brown, M.A., Bouchillon, K., Carter, C.M., Logothetis, C.J., & Kim, J. (2007). Employing the treatment-free interval of intermittent androgen ablation to screen candidate prostate cancer therapies. The Prostate, 67, 1677-1685.

Thall, P.F., Logothetis, C.J., Pagliaro, L.C., Wen, S., Brown, M.A., Williams, D., & Millikan, R.E. (2007). Adaptive therapy for androgen independent prostate cancer: A randomized selection trial of four regimens. JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 99(21), 1613-1622.

References Available on Request

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