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Gwynn Oak, MD
February 20, 2020

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Yaya Koita

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University of Maryland Baltimore County UMBC Baltimore, Maryland

Master of Science: Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology Graduated Spring 2019

University of Maryland Baltimore County UMBC Baltimore, Maryland

Bachelor of Art, Health Administration and Public Policy Graduated: December 2017

Howard Community College HCC Columbia, Maryland

Associate of Art: Public Health Graduated: Fall 2015

University of Mali school of medicine Bamako, Mali

Bachelor of science: Biology Graduated: Fall 2010

DIVERSITY SKILL: I speak fluently French, Bambara, and Fulani (Fulfulde) with three different cultural backgrounds


Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services CMS Woodlawn Maryland

Center of Clinical Standard and Quality CCSQ May29 2018 to present

Quality Improvement and Innovation Group QIIG 40 hours a week

Division of Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative TCPI

Supervisor: Dr. Robert Flemming

Cell: 443-***-****


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The project is four-year cooperative agreement for up to 31 million from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) and Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative (TCPI). With tis funding, the Consortium has established a Practice Transformation Network (PTN) that will assist more than 7,000 small and safety net practices transition from fee-for-service payment models to value-based payment models including:

Advanced payment models, such as Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial Accountable Care Organizations (ACO

Physician's Quality Reporting System (PQRS)

Value-based Modifiers (VBM)

Merit-based Incentive Program System (MIPS)

We provide free, direct training and support for Practice Managers and Care Coordinator to facilitate value-based care, while providing the population health management infrastructure to support better care, lower costs, higher clinician and patient satisfaction and improved practice.

The Arc of Baltimore Baltimore, Maryland

Support specialist behavior health Apr03 2017 to May25 2018

Work schedule 40 hours a week

Supervisor: Michael Yates

Cell: 410-***-****


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To ensure individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have maximum opportunities to actively participate in all aspects of community life, and to offer programs and services. Complete paperwork as assign including documentation, incident report log, and medication data log. I analyze data to examine if our behavior teaching techniques are successful. Does the psychology associate, the psychiatrist, or the doctor need to make changes in the plan? I monitor the individual behavior and the individual health data to examine any sudden changes, so we can take appropriate measure to correct the problems. I educate the communities to be sensitive to people with mental and developmental disabilities.

Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services CMS Woodlawn Maryland Center of Medicare and Medicaid Innovation CMMI Jan03, 17 to Mar29, 17

Medicare Care Choice Model MCCM 40 hours a week

Student Intern

Internship schedule

Supervisor: Annette Snyder

Cell: 410-***-****


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The purpose of this model is to test whether Medicare and dually eligible Medicaid beneficiaries who qualify for coverage under the Medicare or Medicaid Hospice Benefit result in patient-centered goals achieved if they receive hospice services focused on care coordination with continuation of curative services. Beneficiaries participating in the Model would receive hospice support services and some non-core services, as specified under the hospice condition of participation. Medicare Care Choice Model (MCCM) participating hospices are expected to engage in share decision making; care coordination and case management of the patient, family, and his/her providers; ensure that the patient's pain and symptoms are managed; offer appropriate levels of counselling; and address other care needs based on a comprehensive assessment and plan care.

Total Medicare expenditures for these beneficiaries may be reduced as the expert symptom management and care coordination provided by the MCCM participating hospice may result in lower expenditure related to emergency department visits, ambulance services, acute care hospital stays, or diagnostic tests and procedures.

Our objective in testing this model is to address research questions focused on whether the model would:

1.Increase access to supportive care services provided by hospice;

2.Improve quality of life and patient/family satisfaction; and

3.Inform new payment systems for the Medicare and Medicaid programs.


Organizing Committee for Africa Cup of Nations 2002 Bamako, Mali

Health Educator 2-Year Project

Trained young volunteers in First Aid, CPR, and health education to promote safe sex during the event

Conducted research on how sporting event can shape people’s sex behavior and HIV testing decision

Researched and analyzed the prevalence of STD before and after the sporting event

Health survey

Design the national health data

Ruban Rouge Association Bamako, Mali

Founder and President (former) 10-Year Project

Trained young people during summer vacation in health education (Peer Education)

Organized sporting event to promote safe sex

Organized music festival during summer vacation to promote safe sex among the youth

Organized members to go every day during the whole summer vacation to educate their peer about safe sex technique in different venues, such as: the night clubs, the malls…

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