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Hayward, CA
Posted:
March 13, 2020

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Katherine Thuy Miller, MD

adcaes@r.postjobfree.com – 510-***-****

JOB OBJECTIVES

(Full time: 32 hours Monday to Thursday onsite or remote) Data Management and Analytics- Entry Level- Internship SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

- MD (Family medicine/OBGYN) from Saigon, Vietnam

- Student at UC Davis and UC Irvine Graduate Certificate program of Healthcare Data Analytics. Graduate 2020.

- Developing skills on SAS and SQLite softwares for database acquisition and mining, etc.

- Learning other softwares as Python and C++, data mining and analytics

- Intermediate Excel skills, Access skills, typing 40-60 wpm

- Advanced medical and business statistics, advanced critical thinking and integration capability

- Volunteer at Northern California Chapter HIMSS, San Francisco Data Management Association, Healthcare Data Mining Group, etc.

- Extensive healthcare and medical knowledge and background (over 15 years experiences)

- Strong technical management, EMR/EHR, office management, customer services, health insurance

- Bilingual-Bicultural American English Vietnamese

- Inborn leadership attitude, creative and inventive coordinative teammate Education

x UC Davis Health Analytics Graduate Certificate Program – Expected graduate Spring 2020 x UC Irvine Health Analytics Graduate Certificate Program _ expected graduate Fall 2020 x Developing skills on SAS software, SQLite software for healthcare database management x Learning programming languages, e.g. Python, C++, ongoing training data mining, analytics x Excel, Access, typing intermediate skill levels

x Advanced medical and business statistics and critical and integration thinking capability x MD Degree, the University of Medicine HCMC, Saigon, Vietnam. x HIMSS Northern California, Data Mining Group volunteers, etc. x Certification of Optometrist Assistant at Alameda Adult School and Laramy-K optician school x ECFMG certificate for US foreign trained MDs (Equivalent US domestic MD Degree) x Online course for Clinical Document Specialist Program in January 2016, California, USA x CPR certificate, California, USA

x Over 300 CME Certificates (Continuous medical Education) from online/onsite hosts, multi States, USA x Computer skills in Excel, Access, Word, search engine, etc. from Vietnam and USA PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/SKILLS

Volunteers at HIMSS, Health Data Analytics Organizations:

- Speaker and speaker logistics duties

Data Entry Clerk for Bank of America Payroll Project at Staffmark: Feb. 14 to current

- Entry payroll, report data, salaries, etc. using excel, etc.

- Entry checks, examine all type of financial payments for IRS and US Treasury

- Examine financial data for tax returns and tax payments for individuals and businesses Optometric lab technician and Sale Associate: 04/2019 to current

- Do all pre-tests on patients: Optomap, Medmont keto-topography (CRT-OTC), AR automated refractive, Accuvue device, lensometer, Snellen chart for visual acuity, peripheral vision tests, measure and record blood pressure, Humphrey test, pupillary diameter, I-Scan for optic nerve, etc.

- Check orders and dispense glasses and contact lenses, select glasses, frames, lenses, repair, adjust and clean frames, etc.

- Organize, control patient files on shelves and the Epic/Crystal/MaxiEye EMR system. 1

- Greet, groom patients. Phones, Schedule, insurance authorizations/ verifications. Clinical Dermatologist Assistant: 03- 08/2017

- Greet patients, Setup exam and surgical rooms; take brief history of patient visit. Clean up rooms after exams and surgical. Handle phone calls.

- Set up surgery rooms and surgical tools; assist the doctor with surgeries (4 to 6 surgeries/day)

- Manage patient charts and computerized; prepare charts for days ahead. Insurance authorizations Medical Interpreter: 05/2006 – 04/2019

- Interpret medical terms and illnesses for patients and providers fro and to English and Vietnamese

- Translate medical literature from English into Vietnamese

- Employers: Stanford: 09/2018-04/2019, many interpreter agencies- contractor/vendor: 05/2006-present Founder/CEO: 12/2015-current:

- Found nonprofit American Physician Associates. Find funding and sponsoring for the organization

- Initiate the bill to California Governor for foreign trained to practice as Physician Associates PhA

- Organize and summon foreign trained MDs from all over the US, particularly CA to group into the organization for clinical review and medical activities and nonprofit business.

- Design the organization business plan and online communications, website: www.usapha.org Medical-Clinical Assistant: 04/2006- 02/2016:

- Organize and improve content accuracy patient documents by EMR electronic medical record system

- See patients and discuss diagnoses and treatment plans with the doctors: primary care, OBGYN, internal medicine, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, etc.

- Interpret Vietnamese and English.

- Employers:

+ StaffMark: Since January 2020 to current

+ East Bay Vision Center: Since December 10 2019 to current

+ Lenscrafter- Luxottica Group: Lenscrafter store South Shore Center 09/2019 to current

+ Dr. Jennifer Ong – Optometrist, 04/2019 – 05/2019

+Dr. Wener Ju – Dermatologist, 03-08/2017

+Dr. Adler, Miles – Internal medicine, gastroenterology: 06/2010-02/2015,

+Dr. Weingard, Hubert – Family medicine: 2012-2013

+Dr. Talibe, Abdul – Family Medicine: 2010-2011

+Dr. Blustein, Anorld- Pediatrics: 2010

+Dr.Wolzstejn, Benjamin- OBGYN: 2006-2008

+Dr. Goldsmith, Stanley- OBGYN: 2006-2011

+Dr. Minevich- OBGYN: 2009

Family Practitioner Physician/OBGYN Physician with sonogram experience: 09/1996- 10/2002:

- See and diagnose and treat patients in outpatient clinics and inpatient wards. Have ultrasound skills.

- Assist in C-section and other small and big reproductive health and gynecologic surgeries e.g. vasectomies, hysterectomies, ovarian torsion, ovarian tumor resections, etc.

- Employers:

+ Nhan Dan Gia Dinh General Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam: 1998-2000

+ Tu Du OBGYN Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam:: 1996-2000

+ Hung Vuong OBGYN Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam:: 1999

+ Nguyen Tri Phuong General and Military Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam:: 2001-2002

+ Cho Ray General Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam: 2000-2001

+ Kock Family Practice Clinic, Saigon, Vietnam:: 2000-2002

+ Columbia Clinic, Saigon, Vietnam:: 2000-2002

Key Note Cover Letter

Dear employer,

I have started to steer my career into Healthcare Data Management and analytics. I look for entry level and intern position at this moment for any industry to learn the experiences of data management and analysis. I am attending UC Davis and UC Irvine, and still develop more skills on SAS, SQLite, Excel, Access, Python, C++, and others, etc. I also volunteer at HIMSS and other data mining and analytics organizations. My resume above tells you all about me with extensive background and knowledge in medical and healthcare industry, same as I can adapt to any other industries to learn. I hope you give me a chance to prove myself that I can learn very fast and do the job well. Thanks

Katherine Miller

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Cover letter for Data Management and Analytics

I am a MD from Saigon, Vietnam. I am a US Citizen. I am currently a full time student at UC Davis for healthcare data analytics. At this period, I would want to learn as much experiences with hands-on work on different aspect of healthcare management. Your position is a very good opportunity to learn. I am very eager learner and I have strong background in clinical medicine thanks to my work for various doctor offices and many other roles in healthcare in the last 19 years in the US, Northern California Bay Area.

I am ready to work at entry level and/or intern position to get training and I am sure with you I learn very fast. I am open to all industries to learn about data management at the broadest range of experiences so I am ready to work for other industries other than healthcare. I am passionate working in healthcare data analytics trying to bring the unprecedented to healthcare innovation.

Please consider me for the position. I would be a nice surprise for you. Thanks

Katherine Miller

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Class Introductions

Discussions

Oct 20 by 11:59pm 10

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Mean: 10 High: 10 Low: 10

COMMENTS

Katherine, thank you for sharing your bio. Your decision to join this course is going to pay off big professionally and personally.

Dr. Kadrie

Mountasser Kadrie, Oct 18 at

7:23am

Week 1: Discussion

Discussions

Oct 20 by 11:59pm 10

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 9.3 High: 10 Low: 6

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Grades for Katherine Miller: PUBHLTH_X400: Healthcare Analytics (FALL 2019/REG 0039... https://uciunex.instructure.com/courses/10042/grades 1 of 23 12/15/2019, 4:27 PM

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Week 7: Quiz

Quizzes

Dec 1 by 11:59pm 5

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 3.6 High: 5 Low: 2.5

Week 8: Discussion

Discussions

Dec 4 by 11:59pm 10

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 9.2 High: 10 Low: 0

COMMENTS

Katherine,

Well stated. Your final discussion and participation meet the expectations. Job well done and all the best on your next endeavor.

Dr. Kadrie

Mountasser Kadrie, Dec 9 at

7:15am

Assessment by Mountasser Kadrie

4.5

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Grades for Katherine Miller: PUBHLTH_X400: Healthcare Analytics (FALL 2019/REG 0039... https://uciunex.instructure.com/courses/10042/grades 17 of 23 12/15/2019, 4:27 PM

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Week 8: Final Project

Final Assessment

Dec 8 by 11:59pm 20

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 13.7 High: 18.5 Low: 0

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Grades for Katherine Miller: PUBHLTH_X400: Healthcare Analytics (FALL 2019/REG 0039... https://uciunex.instructure.com/courses/10042/grades 18 of 23 12/15/2019, 4:27 PM

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COMMENTS

Katherine,

Good effort on this final and important assignment in our course. I thought your presentation and comments were effective and offered in- depth coverage. Your comments/perspective in assessing project topics in the presentation showed good integration of concepts/trends from many learning sources.

I want you to try harder and integrate critical thinking analysis. Your ppt. reflected increasing understanding and triangulation of the issues discussed in this assignment. Clarity, depth, and breadth were integrated into many areas but not throughout. Critical thinking and a review of divergent opinions were applied in some aspects. I’d like you to consider using additional current peer-reviewed and industry report sources to support your ideas and content discussion. Areas of improvement: I wanted to see more discussion about how your strategy to handle the organizations’ anticipated loss in negotiating leverage. Try using critical thinking assessment to examine various opportunities and threats to enhance the healthcare outcomes in our healthcare delivery system using benchmark data and information. Think about how they might be applied to your organization and how management can leverage these trends in achieving desired outcomes/recommendations related to addressing patient care issues. I’d like you to think deeper and consider salient facts.

Focus less on stating and describing and more on critical thinking assessment. Thank you for your effort!

Dr. Kadrie

Mountasser

Kadrie, Dec 9

at 9am

Hi Dr. Kadrie

thanks so much for your guidance to me and the class! I have learned a lot from this class!

Katherine

Katherine

Miller, Dec 9 at

1:48pm

Assessment by Mountasser Kadrie

Grades for Katherine Miller: PUBHLTH_X400: Healthcare Analytics (FALL 2019/REG 0039... https://uciunex.instructure.com/courses/10042/grades 19 of 23 12/15/2019, 4:27 PM

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FINAL ASSESSMENT 18.00 / 20.00

ASSIGNMENTS 18.00 / 20.00

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90%

Grades for Katherine Miller: PUBHLTH_X400: Healthcare Analytics (FALL 2019/REG 0039... https://uciunex.instructure.com/courses/10042/grades 20 of 23 12/15/2019, 4:27 PM

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DISCUSSIONS 90.00 / 90.00

QUIZZES 20.50 / 26.00

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Grades for Katherine Miller: PUBHLTH_X400: Healthcare Analytics (FALL 2019/REG 0039... https://uciunex.instructure.com/courses/10042/grades 21 of 23 12/15/2019, 4:27 PM

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Discussion Assignment: Variety of Data Sources and Types Discussion Assignments

Jan 21 by 11:59pm 5

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 4.8 High: 5 Low: 3.8

COMMENTS

Great. Lots of detailed comments and responses You wrote:

"Well, numbers and data talk. But, they can only talk when we as the experts can enable their stories; in other words, raw data is silent, only trimmed and processed, well and meaningful processed data become our knowledge, and from knowledge we can extract wisdom.

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Yes, I think you are moving in the right direction with that! Brian Paciotti, Jan

26 at 9:52am

Thanks for your encouragement! I am still so ignorant in the tech side and that worries me. I am trying hard! Katherine Miller, Jan 26 at 3:04pm

Discussion Assignment: SQL Experiences and Challenges Jan 28 by 11:59pm 5 5

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Grades for Katherine Miller: Healthcare Data Acquisition and Management (193HCA201) https://cpeonline.ucdavis.edu/courses/2894/grades 1 of 5 3/2/2020, 9:35 PM

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Discussion Assignments

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 4.9 High: 5 Low: 4.8

Assignment: SQL Programing for Data Integration

Assignments

Feb 11 by 11:59pm 10

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 9.8 High: 10 Low: 9

COMMENTS

Katherine! Very nice detailed work! I see example queries, and amazing details. Nice job summarizing the OMOP output. Brian Paciotti, Mar 2 at 5:30pm thanks Dr. Paciotti for your encouragement! Katherine Miller, Mar 2 at 7:54pm Assignment: SQL Tools and OMOP Data Model

Assignments

Feb 11 by 11:59pm 10

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 9.9 High: 10 Low: 9.5

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Excellent. Looks good. Brian Paciotti, Feb 15 at 2:46pm thanks. Dr. Paciotti for your encouragement to me! I know I am not that good yet! Katherine Katherine Miller, Feb 15 at 2:53pm

Discussion Assignment: Relevance of the Desiderata to Clinical Data Acquisition

Discussion Assignments

Feb 18 by 11:59pm 5

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 4.2 High: 5 Low: 0

COMMENTS

nice detailed comments Brian Paciotti, Feb 25 at 7:04pm thanks Dr. Paciotti Katherine Miller, Feb 26 at 12:19pm Assignment: Medical Terminology

Assignments

Feb 25 by 11:59pm 5

Assignment: Star Schema Data Model

Assignments

Feb 25 by 11:59pm 5

Discussion Assignment: Automated SQL query design Feb 25 by 11:59pm 5 5

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Discussion Assignments

SCORE DETAILS

Mean: 4.4 High: 5 Low: 0

COMMENTS

nice comments! i am sure by now, you are a SQL programmer! Brian Paciotti, Feb 25 at 7:26pm Thanks for your encouragements! I am grateful to have good teachers in my life. Well, not yet a programmer, or a very early one! :) Katherine

Katherine Miller, Feb 26 at 11:34am

Assignment: Data Quality

Assignments

Mar 3 by 11:59pm 5

Assignment: Registries and Security

Assignments

Mar 10 by 11:59pm 5

Discussion Assignment: Cloud Computing

Discussion Assignments

Mar 10 by 11:59pm 5

Discussion Assignment: Target Population Definition Discussion Assignments

Mar 17 by 11:59pm 5

Final Project Mar 29 by 11:59pm 30

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Grades for Katherine Miller: Healthcare Data Acquisition and Management (193HCA201) https://cpeonline.ucdavis.edu/courses/2894/grades 4 of 5 3/2/2020, 9:35 PM

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Assignments

DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENTS 20.00 / 20.00

READING ASSIGNMENTS 0.00 / 0.00

ASSIGNMENTS 20.00 / 20.00

TOTAL 40.00 /

40.00

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Grades for Katherine Miller: Healthcare Data Acquisition and Management (193HCA201) https://cpeonline.ucdavis.edu/courses/2894/grades 5 of 5 3/2/2020, 9:35 PM



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