Vino C. Mody Jr., M.D., Ph.D. (Lic.)
6154 Black Mallard Place
El Paso, TX 79932
678-427-6511, 915-642-4269, 281-899-0543,
915-779-9912 eFax, 915-307-5405 Fax
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Objective
To obtain a position in medical coding, medical research, and medical training

Professional Achievements
Medical coding
 Medical coding ability utilizing ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS II
 Ophthalmology and cardiology coding specialization
 ICD-10-CM specialized in cardiology and hematology and oncology
 CPC® Certified Professional coder from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
 Passed CPC® exam, AAPC, 10/2013
 COCTM Certified outpatient coder from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
 Passed COCTM exam, AAPC, 6/2015
 CCS-P Certified coding specialist-physician based from American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
 Passed CCS-P exam, AHIMA, 5/2015
 CANPCTM Certified anesthesia and pain management coder from AAPC
 Passed CANPCTM exam, AAPC, 8/2015
 Scored 62% on CANPCTM exam, AAPC, 9/2014
 CCVTCTM Certified cardiovascular and thoracic surgery coder from AAPC
 Passed CCVTCTM exam, AAPC, 3/2017
 CEDCTM Certified emergency department coder from AAPC
 Passed CEDCTM exam, AAPC, 6/2018
 Scored 67% on CEDCTM exam, AAPC, 3/2018
 4Med CICP ICD-10-CM certification from 4Med Plus from 10/2017
 Certificate of ICD-10-CM Coding Proficiency (4Med CICP) certification, ICD-10-CM Coding Professional, 4Med Plus, Chicago, IL, and Libman Education, Bedford, MA, 10/2017
 Passed final exam (score 86%), CICP, 4Med+, Chicago, IL, 10/2017
 ICD-10-CM proficient with a certificate of ICD-10-CM proficiency from AAPC in 1/2014 and certificate of passing an ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS proficiency post-training e-assessment (100 questions; 78% score) from AHIMA Academy in 7/2015
 ICD-10-PCS proficient from AAPC
 Passed online specialty practice exam CANPCTM (score=90.0%), American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, July 2018
 Passed exam (score=91.4%), 2018 CANPCTM study guide, AAPC, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2018
 Passed online CCS-P Simulation Exam 2 (Score=71%), 2018 CCS-P study guide, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 6/2018
 Passed CCS-P exam 3 (score=76.8%), CCS-P study guide 2018, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 6/2018
 Certificate of completion, Professional Coding Practice course (final score=91.42%) for 60 CEUs, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 4/2018
 Certificate of completion earning 45.00 CEUs in the ICD-10-CM coding field, Basic ICD Coding Part 1 course (final score=92%), AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 4/2018
 CCS-P Badge, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 1/2018
 Certificate, ICD-10-CM hematology and oncology specialty code set training (passed 37 cases certification exam, score 86%), American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), Salt Lake City, UT, 12/2017
 Certificate, Coding with Heart: CPT for Cardiology (Passed final exam, score=90%), Healthcare Business Office, 3/2018
 Passed 2018 Study Guide for CEDCTM Emergency Department 35-question medical coding certification exam (score 74.2%), American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 2/2018
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for Cardiology, passed 203: Cardiology ICD-10-CM certification exam 1 (2017) (score 100%, 300 points), Optum 360, Salt Lake City, UT, USA, 2/2018
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for Cardiology, passed 204: Cardiology ICD-10-CM certification exam 2 (2017) (score 96.6%, 290 points), Optum 360, Salt Lake City, UT, USA, 2/2018
 Passed 2017 Study Guide for CEDCTM Emergency Department 35-question certification exam (score 80%), American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 12/2017
 Took online 2017 CEDCTM specialty practice exam, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 12/2017
 Passed online 2017 CANPCTM specialty practice exam (score 88%), American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 11/2017
 Passed exam (230 questions), Official 2016 CPC® Certification Study Guide, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 10/2016
 Passed exam (85 questions) (score approximately 80%), 2016 CANPCTM study guide and CANPCTM specialty practice exam, AAPC, Salt Lake City, UT, 2016
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for General Surgery, passed 207: General Surgery ICD-10-CM certification exam 1 (score 86.7%, 260 points), Optum 360, USA, 10/2017
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for General Surgery, passed 208: General Surgery ICD-10-CM certification exam 2 (score 100%, 300 points), Optum 360, USA, 10/2017
 Certificate, ICD-10-CM specialty cardiology code set training, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 9/2016
 Certificate, CPC-A Practicum with CEUs badge, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 11/2014
 Certificate, Practicode Professional Fee (ICD-9), American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 10/2016
 Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA), National Health Career Associates (NHA), November, 2014
 Passed CMAA exam, NHA, November, 2014
 Passed CBCS exam, NHA, November, 2014
 Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS), NHA, November, 2014
 Expecting certification in Texas Medical Jurisprudence
 Expecting AAPC certifications in CCC Cardiology coding, CPMA Professional medical auditor, CPPM Physician practice management, CPHRM Professional healthcare risk management
 Professional conduct HIPAA and joint commission
 Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) training
 HCC training
 Epic-like training
 Presented and planned lectures on cardiology, CANPC anesthesia and pain management coding, CCVTC cardiovascular and thoracic surgery coding to AAPC, Southwest University forums, and TXHIMA
 Published a book on CANPC Anesthesiology coding essentials for successful anesthesiology coding through AAPC in April 2017
 AAPC thread user name vinomodyjr; published several articles and documents online
 Certificate for upholding standards, American Academy of Professional Coders, 2013
 Published a book by Suwanee Publishing on 2/1/2018: Anesthesiology coding essentials for accurate efficient practice: The study guide for preparation for CANPCTM exam
 Anesthesia & Pain Management Tools/JFAMC’s Coding Advisory
 Performing medical coding on cases from Medical coding in the real world, student workbook and textbook, AHIMA, 7/2018-present
 Certificate, Integrated Healthcare-Challenges and Changes, Local Chapter El Paso, TX AAPC event, American Academy of Professional Coders, El Paso, TX. 7/2018
 Enrolled, Official CPC® certification study guide 2018, American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), Salt Lake City, UT, 7/2018-
 Enrolled, CPC Practice Exam 2018-2019, Trivium Test Prep, USA, 7/2018
 Certificate, Top five denials and how to appeal, webinar, Navicure, Duluth, GA, 7/2018
 Certificate, Oncology service coding with ICD-10-CM/PCS, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, USA, 7/2018
 Certificate, Healthcare Business Monthly (5/2018), AAPC, Salt Lake City, UT, 7/2018
 Certificate, Hand surgery, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2018
 Certificate, Chronic wound care coding, billing, and documentation by Linda Martien, COC, CPC, CPMA, Fellow, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2018
 CRM: Cancer Disease, Coding, and Staging module (score 65% on final exam assessment) for 15.00 CEUs, Salt Lake City, UT, July 2018
 Certificate, E/M Charge Capture-Beyond the key components (Post-test), American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 4/2018
 Virtual CCS-P exam Prep, Thorough 10.00 CEUs virtual CCS-P exam preparation including 7 webinars and a live webinar in ICD-10-CM and procedural coding, medical coding, medical conditions, and guidelines, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 05/2018
 Completing Certified coding specialist-physician-based (CCS-P) exam preparation study guide, graded with answers, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 05/2018
 Certificate, May Mania 2018, AAPC Local Chapter El Paso, TX event, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 5/2018
 Passed 2018 Certified coding specialist-physician based (CCS-P) self-review, AHIMA, Chicago, IL, 4/2018
 Certificate of completion, HIPAA Privacy and Security training course, Insight Global, 3/2018
 Fraud and waste abuse training, Optum, 4/2018
 Code of conduct training, Optum, 4/2018
 Optum Gemstone medical coding training, 4/2018
 Preparation for Texas Medical Jurisprudence exam by playing the Jewels in Wisdom game, cram
 Completed full medical coding on 55 cases in ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS II, and anesthesia and pain management coding from ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook in Cardiology 2017, Optum, Salt Lake City, USA, 4/2018
 Compliance program, Healthicity, USA, 1/2018
 Reimbursement reality 2018, Navicure, USA, 1/2018
 Clever auditing approaches to 99211, Healthicity, USA, 12/2017
 Certificate, Spinal fusion, AHIMA, 8/2017
 Certificate, Cardiology coding alert, The Coding Institute Supercoder, USA, 8/2017
 Certificate, Evaluation and management survival guide, AAPC Coder, 6/2017
 Certificate, Cardiology survival guide, AAPC Coder, 6/2017
 Certificate, Anesthesia coding alert, AAPC Coder, 5/2017
 Medical coding clinic In ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II, AMA CPT codebook Appendix C, 600 cases per year, 2016-2019
 Certificate, Stent Retriever Revascularization for Acute Ischemic Stroke-Hospital Coding, AAPC, Salt Lake City, UT, 9/2017
 Certificate, Supercoder Bolt (a Quality Product of the Coding Institute), Volume 8, Issue 7 (42017 A1), Supercoder, USA, 7/2017
 AHA Coding Clinic, subscription, American Hospital Association, Chicago, IL, 7/2016-1/2017
 Passed Medical Records Coding [ICD-10] assessment (96%), IBM Kenexa Prove-It, Judge Group, Wayne, PA, 2/2017 Passed Microsoft Excel 2010-Normal User assessment (90%), IBM Kenexa Prove-It, Judge Group, Wayne, PA, 2/2017
 AHIMA Health Information Role Self-Assessment Coding Professional assessment credential from American Health Information Management Association, Chicago, IL, 11/2016
 CANPCTM Certification Study Guide 2016, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 11/2016
 CPC Certification Study Guide 2016, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 11/2016
 Advanced ICD-10-CM training, Instructional manual, AAPC, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2016
 Training in ASHRM revised CPHRM exam preparation guide, American Hospital Association, Olathe, KS, 6/2016
 Produced, Major Healthcare Processes PowerPoint slide, Health Administration, Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, GA, 6/2016
 Certificate of CPMA Medical Auditing from completion of course, AAPC, December, 2015
 Certificate of CPPM Practice Management from completion of course, AAPC, January, 2016
 ICD-10-PCS Code set training (16 hours) from completion of a course, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 1/2015
 ICD-10-CM General code set training (16 hours) from completion of a course, American Academy of Professional Coders, Salt Lake City, UT, 1/2014
 4 years of medical coding experience
 2.0 years of anesthesia and pain management coding experience from cases from various sources
 Performing outpatient coding in ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II on 600 actual medical records for one-year equivalent COC outpatient coding work experience
 Abstracting medical records and extracting from operative reports
 Performed inpatient medical coding for a service for a 32-bed inpatient hospital.
 The hospital specializes on pulmonary disorders and plastic surgery, utilizing ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS II.
 Performing DRGs, quality data set analysis medical research, medical transcription, coding automation toolkit (CAT) software demonstrations, case management, insurance dispute resolution, checking patient charts, and anesthesia and pain management coding and cardiovascular and thoracic surgery coding
 DRG analysis
 Case management
 Entering medical coding data from medical charts into medical coding and billing software to produce inpatient UB04 claims
 Prepared letter and defense for Amerigroup Real Solutions
 Medically coding all surgical procedures performed on each patient
 Obtaining medical, surgical, plastic surgery, pulmonology, cardiology, psychiatry, and anesthesiology experience
 Coded electronic health records for inpatient and outpatient
 Assignments from Hinsdale clinic services, Florida Waterman Hospital, Florida Hospital, and Tampa Hospital
 Abstracted medical coding
 Managed medical records
 Delivered lectures in CANPC coding for an AAPC Local Chapter Event El Paso, TX audience.
 Presented a one-page summary of CANPC anesthesia and pain management coding and a 15-cases exam
 Delivered a lecture on CCVTC cardiovascular and thoracic surgery coding and presented a one-page summary of coronary artery bypass graft coding and relative value CPT coding order
 Delivered a lecture on cardiology coding
 Delivered multiple lectures in anesthesia and pain management coding to an audience of medical coding students
 Delivered a lecture in cardiology coding
 Presented a CPC review for a class
 Preparing a CPC coding book with Yasenia Ceniceros, CPC
 Delivered a recorded 45-minute lecture on CANPC anesthesia and pain management coding for an international audience
 Covered a novel method for anesthesia coding and cases
 The webinar is published online
 Performed medical coding utilizing ICD-10-CM codes for diagnosis
 Performed medical coding on 600 medical records with ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS for one-year equivalent CPC professional coding work experience
 Abstracted codes from E/M encounters, hospitals, office visits, operating room, radiology reports, and pathology reports
 Performed outpatient coding in ICD-9-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II on 200 actual medical records for four months equivalent COC outpatient coding work experience
 Abstracted medical records and extracted from operative reports
 Performed medical coding utilizing ICD-9-CM codes for diagnosis
 Performed medical coding on 600 medical records with ICD-9-CM, CPT, and HCPCS for one-year equivalent CPC professional coding work experience
 Abstracted codes from E/M encounters, hospitals, office visits, operating room, radiology reports, and pathology reports

Medical research
 Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative (CNPR), National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives (NAPSRx), Washington, D.C., March 2014
 Passed CNPR exam, NAPSRx, March 2014
 Graduate of NAPSRX’s Pharmacology/Pharmaceutical Sales Training Program, CNPR Number 608042014, Member of NAPSRx, National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives (NAPSRX), Washington, D.C., 3/2014
 Certified risk management consultant (CRMC), Harvard Risk Management Corporation (HRMC), Dallas, TX, 5/2014
 Six sigma black belt certified, Expert Rating, USA, 3/2014
 Six sigma green belt certified, Expert Rating, USA, 10/2013
 Volunteer, Fight For Sight, USA, 2011-2012
 In-patient hospital rounds including ICU and CCU at Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 1995-1997
 Won Solvay Pharmaceutical research grant, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 1994
 Extensive clinical research and training experience
 Produced, Six sigma block chart slide, Cisco Systems, Atlanta, GA, 11/2015
 Won Solvay Pharmaceutical research grant, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 1994
 Won Schering-Plough research grant, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1991
 Completed one-year honors project on Biochemical properties of the mitochondrial megachannel at Vanderbilt University (1992)
 Published Plasma cystine increases with age in humans, ARVO abstract, 1997
 Certificate in medical statistics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, 2006
 Certificates in molecular biology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, 2008
 Made an oral presentation on Determination of ascorbate in the ocular lens, Swedish regional conference, Goteborg, Sweden, 2005
 Presented 25 posters internationally at ARVO, Miami, Florida, USA, 2000-2008
 Presented 25 posters internationally at EVER, 2000-2008
 Presented posters as a co-author for Dr. Per G. Soderberg at ISER European Conference and conferences throughout the world including USA and China
 Collaborated with Dr. Urban Ungerstedt and Ase Elfving at the departments of physiology and pharmacology at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, utilizing the high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) injection equipment
 Published 25 papers as first author and 100 conference abstracts and proceedings
 Developed a method to determine ascorbate concentration in eye tissues utilizing homogenization in metaphosphoric acid, ultracentrifugation, ultrafiltration and HPLC with ultraviolet detection
 Conducted experiment to determine %reduced form of ascorbate at 254 nm wavelength and that 254 nm wavelength is the ideal wavelength in which to set the HPLC equipment for measurement of ascorbate peaks on the HPLC-developed chromatogram
 Applied the method to determine dependence of lens ascorbate concentration on dietary intake in the rat, dependence of lens ascorbate concentration on drinking water supplementation in the guinea pig, maximum tolerable code and ascorbate consumption in ultraviolet radiation-B-induced cataract in the rat, the protective effect of drinking water supplementation with ascorbate against ultraviolet radiation-B-induced cataract in the pigmented guinea pig, and high lenticular tolerance to ultraviolet radiation-B by pigmented guinea-pig: application of a safety limit strategy for UVR-induced cataract
 Taught optometry courses, clinical and basic science and a statistics course with Dr. Bo Lindstrom. Presented locally and regionally at St. Eriks Utbildningsbidrag and Svenska Lakaresallskapet conferences
 Published paper: High lenticular tolerance to ultraviolet radiation-B by pigmented guinea-pig; application of a safety limit strategy for UVR-induced cataract. Acta Ophthalmologica, 2011
 Ultraviolet radiation cataract development and ascorbate supplementation, Doctoral thesis and successful dissertation defense, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, 06/05/2008.
 Ascorbate in the ocular lens, Licentiate thesis and successfully presented seminar, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, 10/18/2006.
 Worked on the pigmented rat model for avoidance of ultraviolet radiation-B-induced cataract with Dr. Manoj Kakar
 Teaching of medical statistics at Karolinska Institutet
 Completion of a course in clinical research methods in OB-GYN including medical statistics and planning of experiments
 Member of Swedish Society of Medicine (2000-2008)
 Made an oral presentation of Ascorbate in the Ocular Lens, EVER abstract, 2001
 Member of ARVO (2000-2008)
 Member of EVER (2001-2008)
 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, 2017
 Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare 2006-2007, featured as Chunilal Mody, M.D.
 Low weight high reps benefits article. newsletter@trulyhuge.com
 Prepared abstract, Benefit of Phytochemicals in Cancer, a clinical overview
 Cited in Smart Materials for Drug Delivery, 2013
 Master trainer certification (MTC) eligible, NHE, California, USA, 11/2015
 Trained in Master trainer certification (MTC) course covering several topics including adductor magnus, aerobic threshold, and cardio endurance
 Took Master trainer certification exam (MTC), NHE
 Vino C. Mody Jr. Public Consultation: Horizon 2020 Science with and for Society. EU Survey-Survey X. Work Programme 2018-2020. Directorate—General for Research and Innovation. Horizon 2020. European Commission. 2016.
 Made published paper contributions to Public Consultation on the Development on an Innovation strategy for the Energy Union
 Healthcare Administrative Consulting Research Service
 Investigated as principal investigator on the human clinical antioxidants in the general population as part of controls for AREDS and ARMD studies for Drs. Dean P. Jones and Paul Sternberg Jr.
 Studied ligand-binding properties of the human recombinant interphotoreceptor retinoid binding protein (rhIRBP) under the direction of Dr. John Nickerson
 Measured the affinity of all-trans retinal, cis-retinol, and all-trans retinol to rhIRBP utilizing spectrofluorometry
 Studied biochemical properties of the mitochondrial megachannel in a one-year honors molecular biology project under the direction of Dr. Sidney Fleischer
 Studied affinity to cyclosporine A utilizing column chromatography binding assays of bovine heart mitochondria
 Found that the mitochondrial megachannel is made up of more than one subunit based on reconstitution of activity utilizing cellulose filtration
 Performed karyotype analysis
 Cut out paper karyotypes for research on genetic inborn conditions
 Performed genprobe DNA calibrating analysis on blood samples for the detection of A.I.D.S. molecules
 Performed PCR utilizing T7 polymerase and Taq polymerase
 Worked in inventory under the direction of Dr. Chin-Yi Ou
 Developed A.I.D.S. test kits for India utilizing immunoreactivity on filter papers, researching filters, utilizing ultraviolet cross-linked artificial protein samples
 Kept records and meticulous notes.
 Worked under the direction of researcher Dorothy and for the Chief and CEO Dr. Irving Kagan, World Health Organization (WHO) board member
Medical training
 Training in all areas of medicine and patient care
 Medical degree
 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine early admissions winner, 1992
 Experience in delivering patient care
 Facial Rejuvenation, Smart Beauty Guide, USA, 2/2018
 For profit legal service contract salesperson license, number 109231, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Austin, TX, 5/2014
 Legalshield certified, Harvard Risk Management Corporation, Dallas, TX, 5/2014.
 One Call Health Access certified, Harvard Risk Management Corporation, Dallas, TX, 5/2014
 Passed multiple medications quiz (score 100%), produced by the Cleveland Clinic Center for Consumer Health Information, Copyright 1995-2009, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 11/2017
 Passed Nursing 823 Medication Dosage Practice Exam (score 89%), Nursing 863 Professional Nursing II, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 11/2017
 Certificate, Q1638701-Documenting Pharmacogenomic Testing with CPT Codes, American Health Information Management Association, Chicago, IL, 3/2017
 Training and knowledge of all areas of medicine, surgery, plastic surgery, anesthesiology, OB-GYN, pediatrics, and psychiatry
 Training in ophthalmology
 Excelled in clinical rotations in medical school in medicine, surgery, OB-GYN, pediatrics, psychiatry, anesthesiology, ophthalmology, neurology, senior selective plastic surgery, dermatology, medical research, medical ethics
 Excelled in basic science courses in medical school in biochemistry, physiology, anatomy, anatomy lab, pathophysiology, genetics, analytic medicine, neurobiology
 Extensive clinical research and training experience
 Completed one-year honors project on Biochemical properties of the mitochondrial megachannel at Vanderbilt University (1992)
 Editor for 3 scientific journals in USA, 2004-2008
 Member of Swedish Society of Medicine (2000-2008)
 Member of ARVO (2000-2008)
 Member of EVER (2001-2008)
 Medical article review training, Five-year risk of stoke after TIA or Minor ischemic stroke, NEJM, USA, 7/2018
 Medical article review training, Sociogenetic risks-ancestry DNA testing, third party identity, and protection of privacy, NEJM, USA, 7/2018
 Conducted surgical research on wound healing utilizing mouse peritoneal macrophages under the direction of Dr. Jorge Albina
 Refined laboratory techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology including cell culture, Northern blot analysis, Western blot analysis, and arginase activity
 Published a paper with Dr. C. Louis on Regulation of Arginase Isoforms I and II by IL-4 in Cultured Murine Peritoneal Macrophages in American Journal of Physiology (1999)
 Performed inpatient hospital rounds at Rhode Island Hospital, Miriam Hospital, and Providence VA Medical Center
 Worked in I.C.U., C.C.U.
 Attended grand rounds
 Interacted with medicine and cardiology attendings
 Interacted with nurses and support staff
 Wrote orders, analyzed reports, wrote medical reports, dictated discharge summaries
 Read laboratory data, radiology reports, and electrocardiograms
 Determined medical diagnoses
 Performed inpatient hospital rounds at Rhode Island Hospital, Miriam Hospital, and Providence VA Medical Center
 Attended morning report and pharmaceutical lecture at Brown University/Lifepsan
 Performed procedures, including phlebotomy, arterial blood gas punctures, paracentesis, nasogastric tube insertion, attempted thoracentesis, attempted lumbar punctures, and attempted central venous catheter placements.
 Performed inpatient hospital rounds at Yale-New Haven Hospital and West Haven VA Medical Center
 Worked in I.C.U. and VA medical clinic
 Attended morning report and grand rounds
 Interacted with medicine and cardiology attendings
 Interacted with nurses and support staff
 Completed senior surgical plastic surgery rotation MEDI 825 (grade A), Emory University School of Medicine, 4/1997
 Completed clinical ophthalmology rotation (grade A), Emory University School of Medicine, 8/1996
 Completed clinical anesthesiology rotation MEDI 750 (grade A), Emory University School of Medicine, 3/1997
 Completed medical research elective in clinical and basic science ophthalmology (grade A), Emory University School of Medicine, 6/1996
 Undergoing neural therapy interventional procedures including anesthesia and pain management nerve injections according to a German medical research model
 Received intense novel stem cell therapy in intravenous injections of 16 ml over 5 months from Cryovida for beneficial health applications

General

 Well-versed in correct grammar and spelling, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook
 Strong work ethics
 Leadership
 Self-management discipline
 30 WPM typing rate
 100% ten-key score
 Calculus with Analytic Geometry by George F. Simmons, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, NY, 1985
 Completed sales profile questionnaire
 Your Primary Sales Style: Performer
 Your high Ego Drive and high Empathy result in a free flowing, persuasive sales or sales leadership style which influences others to take action or change their behavior
 Your Performer personality likes to generate creative solutions to sales production problems, though some of these ideas may not be realistically grounded or piloted for effectiveness
 Your greatest strengths are your persuasive ability and verbal intelligence, while your greatest improvement opportunity is your need to slow down for buyers, keep the selling process simple, and explain yourself for process-oriented buyers
 Performers can be found in positions that provide variety, creative freedom, and social competition while avoiding nonsocial activities such as preparation, organization, and attention to detail
 Examples of professions common to Performers include sales, sales management, advertising, motivational speaker, public relations, and communications consultant
 Your Secondary Sales Style: Diplomat
 Made artwork and model planes, El Paso, TX, 2010-2013
 Participated in ship riding, riding in over 50 ships, Sweden, 2005-2008
 Excelled in college coursework in calculus, differential equations, advanced chemistry, qualitative and quantitative, molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, electron microscopy, genetics, molecular biology of disease, writing in physics, philosophy, economics, Latin including upper level courses on Aeneid and Odyssey
 Participated in student senate, theater crew, organic chemistry tutoring, racquetball, volunteering for disadvantaged children and local school, and volunteering for Vanderbilt Medical Center Emergency Room during college at Vanderbilt University
 Member and captain and co-captain of USTA and ALTA league tennis teams (1993-1997)
 Tennis training, USTA, 3/1981-6/1997
 Member of Rhode Island athletic club and participant in tennis leagues (1997-1998)
 Attended photography course at Boston University (1997-1998)
 Student senator, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1991-1992
 Served as executive Vice President of 400 Hitter baseball card collecting corporation, Lilburn, GA, 1985-1992
 Tennis team, Parkview High School, Lilburn, GA, 1986-1989
 Member of state-wide school orchestra resulting in publication of LP from South Georgia concert under the direction of Dr. Huthmaker
 Member of school orchestra under the direction of Dr. Bernal, Parkview High School, Lilburn, GA, 1986-1988
 Made and shot bottle rockets, Wichita, KS, 1982-1985
 Member of Cub Scouts and Webelos, Wichita, KS, 1979-1982

Skills
 Familiarity with medical coding software Cerner, Dolby, Sunport, 3m Encoder, Epic-like Powerchart, and HCS
 Adept use of Word, Excel, and Internet
 Professional conduct (HIPAA, Joint Commission standards, THCIC)
 Medical records management
 DRG analysis
 Quality data set analysis medical research
 Coding automation toolkit (CAT) software demonstrations
 Medical transcription
 Training in medical clerk
 Teamwork and excellent self-management
 Leadership training
 Mastery of correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation
 Expertise in use of medical coding software
 Certified national pharmaceutical representative (CNPR)
 Certified risk management consultant (CRMC) from Harvard Risk Management Corporation
 Deep knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and disease management
 Guinea pig handling
 Animal feeding and supplying with water in animal care department of Karolinska Institutet
 Anesthesiology and euthanasia of guinea pigs
 Ultracentrifugation
 Homogenization in 2.5% metaphosphoric acid
 Ultrafiltration and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with ultraviolet detection
 Analysis of chromatograms
 Utilization of ultraviolet radiation exposure equipment
 Survey analysis of 120 healthy human volunteers aged 18-85
 Venipuncture of 120 individuals utilizing a butterfly needle for 2 cc’s of blood per volunteer
 Deproteination with perchloric acid
 Derivatization with iodoacetic acid and dansyl chloride
 HPLC with fluorescence detection of dansyl derivatives
 Analysis of chromatograms
 HPLC measurement of glutathione, cysteine, and homocysteine in both reduced and oxidized forms
 Statistical analysis
 Able to utilize stethoscope, opththalmoscope, and penlight to check blood pressure, pulse, examine hearts, lungs, eyes, head, extremities
 Speaks Gujrati language semi-fluently
 Reads, writes, and speaks Swedish language at a beginner level

Work History

Salesperson Confidential Texas Corporation Dallas TX 5/2014-present

Medical treatment participant in psychiatry treatments Psychiatry Doctor’s offices of Dr. Padilla-Zubiate Centro de Medico Hospital Jaurez, Mexico 10/2013-present

Medical treatment participant in interventional procedural treatments Internal Medicine Doctor’s offices of Dr. Felix Jaurez, Mexico 11/2017 to present

Medical coding trainee, COC-A ICD-10 Practicum American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 06/2018-present

Remote medical coder United Health Group Minnetonka MN 04/09/2018-04/10-2018

Remote medical coder Optum Eden Prarie MN 04/09/2018-04/10/2018

HIM Coder Mesa Hills Specialty Hospital El Paso, TX USA 5/2017 to 1/2018

CANPC/CCVTC coding lecturer American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 9/2015 to present

CANPC/Cardiology/CPC coding lecturer Southwest University El Paso, TX 6/2016 to 4/2017; 1/2018-present

CANPC Anesthesia and Pain Management Coding Roundtable Webinar Presenter TXHIMA Austin, TX 5/2017

Sports official volunteer YMCA El Paso, TX USA 5/2017 to present

Grant proposal contributor and contributor Horizon 2020 European Commission Europe 9/2016-present

Remote Medical Coder and auditor Signature Staff Resources Miami Lakes, FL, USA 1/2016 to 4/2017

Healthcare administration trainee Emory Healthcare Atlanta, GA 5/2016 to 6/2016

Volunteer E&M medical coding trainee McKesson Atlanta, GA 12/2015 to 1/2016

Remote medical coder HGS USA, LLC Peoria, IL 9/2015 to 2/2016

Six sigma trainee Cisco Systems Atlanta, GA 10/2015 to 11/2015

CoRPs volunteer Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN 6/2016 to present

Medical coding trainee CPC-A ICD-10 Practicum American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 11/2015-7/2016

Medical coding trainee COC-A Practicum American Academy of Professional Coders 05/2015-11/2015

Medical coding trainee CPC-A Practicum American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 6/2014-11/2014

Sales profile questionnaire trainee CTS Sales Profile USA 11/2014

Customer service representative Farooq Jivani Agency Norcross, GA 1/2014 to present

Freelance Research Scientist Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia 10/2011 to 10/2014

Medical Researcher Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden 10/2/2000 to 6/5/2008

Proctor National Board of Examiners in Optometry (NBEO) Stockholm, Sweden 3/2003 to 5/2005

Surgical research student Brown University Department of Surgery Providence, RI 9/1997 to 5/1998

Preliminary internal medicine intern and medical trainee, Brown University/Lifespan, Providence, RI 6/1998 to 12/1999

Preliminary internal medicine intern, Yale-New Haven Hospital (Waterbury, CT), New Haven, CT 6/1997-7/1997

Research Investigator, Emory University School of Medicine, Departments of Biochemistry and Ophthalmology, Atlanta, GA 6/1996-8/1996; 4/1997

Medical researcher, Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology, Atlanta, GA 6/1994-8/1994

Biochemistry honors researcher, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 8/1992-5/1993

Human molecular genetics medical researcher, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN, 8/1991-5/1992

Corporation Vice President 400 Hitter Lilburn, GA 8/1987-8/1992
Medical researcher, A.I.D.S. lab, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA, 6/1990-8/1990; 6/1991-8/1991
Volunteer for disadvantaged children, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1991-1992
Organic chemistry tutor, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 8/1991-5/1992
Medical researcher, Sero-Immuno Diagnostics, Atlanta, GA, 6/1992-8/1992

Engineering production-line worker, Heidelberg International, Atlanta, GA, 6/1988-5/1989

Private tennis racket stringer self-employed Wichita, KS 9/1983-9/1985

Education
2018 Accelerated Outpatient Hospital Coding for COC Preparation American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 8/2018-present
Preparation for the Texas Medical Jurisprudence exam Texas medical jurisprudence exam study guide 2016 Texas Medical Association Austin, TX 4/2018-present
Single variable calculus training and calculus for artists and beginners Massachusetts Institute of Technology Boston, MA 1/2017-5/2017
Mathematics and science training soft schools.com USA 3/2015-present
Certificate of Cardiology coding (100% A average) and Certificate of General Surgery and Anesthesia coding (80% B average) Greenville Tech Greenville, SC 2/2016
MOOC certificate of attendance Health Data Analytics with MS Excel St. Scholastica, MN December, 2015
Certificate of Achievement Coding-Baseline-ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Precyse University, USA December 4, 2015
Certificate Explore a career in medical coding (A average) (360 hours) El Paso Community College El Paso, TX 7/2018
Certificate Master trainer certification course NHE California, USA 11/2015
Triple Certificate in administrative medical specialist (91% A average), medical coding and billing (97% A average), +medical terminology (98% A average) (360 Hours) University of Georgia Athens, GA 3/2015
Graduate from a Certificate of ICD-10-CM Coding Proficiency (CICP) course (scored 86% on final exam) 4Med Plus Chicago, IL 10/2017
ICD-10-PCS Code set training (16 hours) from completion of a course American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 1/2015
ICD-10-CM General code set training (16 hours) from completion of a course American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 1/2014
CPMA Professional medical auditor course (16 hours) (91% A average) American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 12/2015
CPPM Physician practice manager (16 hours) (86% B average) American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 1/2016
Training ICD-10-CM Coding Basics U.S. Career Institute Fort Collins, CO 9/2017
Graduate of NAPSRX’s Pharmacology/Pharmaceutical Sales Training Program CNPR Number 608042014 Member of NAPSRx National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives (NAPSRX) Washington, D.C. 3/2014
School worth educational hours (322.75 hours up to 4/2018) American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City UT 10/2013 to present
Graduate Certificate Medical Coding Specialist course (87% B average) (600 Hours) U.S. Career Institute Fort Collins, CO 2012-2013
Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in clinical science for ophthalmology Department of Clinical Neuroscience Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden June, 2008
Licentiate (comparable to M.S.) degree in clinical science for ophthalmology Department of Clinical Neuroscience Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden October, 2006
M.D. Degree (3.71 GPA) Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GA 1997
B.S. in Molecular Biology (3.95 GPA) summa cum laude high honors in molecular biology Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN 1993
High school diploma (4.00 GPA) valedictorian Parkview High School Lilburn, GA 1989
High school training (4.00 GPA) Norcross High School Norcross, GA 1985

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