Eqbal Ahmed Khan, MD
Ronkonkoma, NY *****
Cell # 718-***-****
Mar 2014 Harlingen Medical Center
-Dec 2019: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Review concurrent charts for necessary documentation for coding and DRG assignment. Communicate with physicians to obtain additional documentations needed to capture complications and co-morbidities for optimal DRG.
Review clinical issues with medical coding staff and physicians to identify those diagnoses that impact severity of illness indicators for each patient. Follow up required documentation that results in
the accurate capture of the severity and mortality indices. Collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to reflect quality patient outcomes. Collaborates with physicians to obtain documentations that most accurately reflects.
Participated in clinical documentation compliance activities by assuring accurate documentation resulting in the most appropriate DRG assignment.
Developed and implement plan for both formal and informal education for the physician, nursing, and other clinical staff. Identified strategies for changing.
Work process to facilitate complete, accurate clinical documentation. Ensured adherence to establish productivity target for record review.
Created queries for medical records, edit database with replies from physicians. Communicate with physician either verbally or via query form to ensure documentation responsibility for personal development by participating in continuing education offering.
Jan 2014-Present: New York Presbyterian Hospital/Hoboken University Medical Ctr
Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) Specialist
positions monitoring equipment in the operating room to ensure patient electrical safety and communicates with team members including anesthesiologist, surgeon, and nursing staff. Communications directly with anesthesia team and surgeon to enhance monitoring results; discusses with surgeon baseline recordings, makes any adjustments in monitoring neurophysiologic central/peripheral functioning throughout the operative procedure. Recognizes clinically significant events and critical test results.
Documents in surgery log throughout the monitoring process all relative communications/responses, physiological status, anesthetic adjustments, and changes in SSEP, EMG, and EEG. Working in multiple specialties, such as spinal surgery, vascular surgery, and orthopedic surgery.
May 1195- Northwell Health System
Collects curative drug-monitoring assays by working in collaboration with nursing personnel to ensure suitable drug dose to collection time. Scrutinize glucose levels by performing bedside glucose tests, recording results, reporting results to unit nurse manager.
Keep up protected, secure, and vigorous work environment by following standards as well as procedures complying with legal regulations.
Education: Medical Doctor, MD (India).
CCDS Exam in process
Skills Meditech Electronic Health Record
3M Encoder and Grouper, Microsoft Word.
Reference: Upon Request