Vino C. Mody Jr., M.D., Ph.D. (Lic.)
3353 Dunbar Lane, Suwanee, GA 30024
678-427-6511, 915-642-4269, 281-899-0543,
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Dear Hiring Manager,

As a medical researcher and medical coder with 15 years of experience in the medical training field, I am always on the lookout for companies who are involved in innovative and engaging work. I have been a great admirer of Baylor Scott & White Health since 1997, and I am thrilled to apply for the medical coder, medical researcher, and medical training position at your company.

Since 1992, I have been at the forefront of medical science, helping to shape design of innovative medical research products and medical coding of charts. In the last 20 years, I have led medically trained staff in an immediate increase in production. Running a department has taught me to be disciplined, organized and a self-starter when it comes to designing projects and meeting deadlines. At Karolinska Institutet, I was a medical researcher that always met deadlines and accomplished goals including the development of a method to measure lens ascorbate concentration utilizing ultrafiltration and high pressure liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detection. At Mesa Hills Specialty Hospital, I was a medical coder who worked efficiently and successfully on charts and quality data analysis and met deadlines on time.

Your recent medical training articles, Baylor Scott & White Health, was the impetus for my exploration of medical genetics testing. I have researched inherited eye disorders extensively and implemented the results into medical science as a result of medical genetics testing’s feature. I believe that my experience and proven track record in innovative solutions make me the perfect fit for this position.

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Vino C. Mody Jr., M.D., Ph.D. (Lic.)
Vino C. Mody Jr.
6154 Black Mallard Place, El Paso, TX 79932
678-427-6511 cell; 915-642-4269 home
Medical administration including coding, billing, audit, compliance, analysis, and training and pharmaceutical research
Professional Achievements
Medical coding and medical research
 Expertise in medical coding, billing, auditing, compliance and medical records administration with 4 years of experience as a CPC, CANPC, CCVTC, CEDC
 2 years of experience as a CANPC anesthesia and pain management coder
 3 years of in-patient hospital experience in medical care
 20 years of experience in medical research
 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
 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
 4Med CICP ICD-10-CM certification from 4Med Plus, 10/2017
 Certificate of ICD-10-CM Coding Proficiency (4Med CICP) certification (86% final score), ICD-10-CM Coding Professional, 4Med Plus, Chicago, IL, and Libman Education, Bedford, MA, 10/2017
 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
 Certificate of ICD-10-PCS proficiency from AAPC, 11/2015
 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, AAPC, 12/2017
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for Cardiology, passed 203: Cardiology ICD-10-CM certification exam 1 (2017), Optum 360, 2/2018
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for Cardiology, passed 204: Cardiology ICD-10-CM certification exam 2 (2017), Optum 360, 2/2018
 Certificate of Approval, ICD-10-CM Coding Workbook for General Surgery, passed 207: General Surgery ICD-10-CM certification exam 1, 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, 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, AAPC, 11/2014
 Certificate, Practicode Professional Fee (ICD-9), AAPC, 10/2016
 Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA), National Health Career Associates (NHA), passed CMAA exam, November, 2014
 Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS), passed CBCS exam, NHA, November, 2014
 Expecting certification in Texas Medical Jurisprudence
 CANPC/CCVTC lecturer for AAPC, Southwest University, and TXHIMA
 Certificate of CPMA Medical Auditing, course, AAPC, December, 2015
 Certificate of CPPM Practice Management, course, AAPC, January, 2016
 ICD-10-PCS Code set training (16 hours) from completion of a course, AAPC 1/2015
 ICD-10-CM General code set training (16 hours) from completion of a course, AAPC, 1/2014
 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), Confidential Texas corporation, Dallas, TX, 5/2014
 In-patient hospital rounds including ICU and CCU at Emory University and Brown University Hospitals, 1995-1999
 Prepared health administration flowchart, Emory Healthcare, 6/2016
 Training in medical coding from Optum and United Health Group, 4/2018
 Freelance medical researcher in phytochemicals and Horizon 2020, 10/2011-
 Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare 2006-2007
 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine early admissions winner, 1992
 Medical coding (ICD-9-CM, CPT, HCPCS II) with proficiency in ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS from AAPC and AHIMA
 Deep knowledge of anatomy, physiology, disease management
 Expertise in use of medical coding software, professional conduct HIPAA and joint commission, medical records and analysis, RHIA training, HCC training, Epic-like experience, DRG analysis, and case management
 Extensive clinical research and training experience
 Training in all areas of medicine and patient care
 Well-versed in correct grammar and spelling, strong work ethics, leadership, and self-management discipline
Work History
Medical coding trainee, COC-A ICD-10 Practicum American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 06/2018-present
HIM Coder Mesa Hills Specialty Hospital El Paso, TX USA 5/2017 to 1/2018
Remote Medical Coder and auditor Signature Staff Resources Miami Lakes, FL, USA 1/2016 to 4/2017
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
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
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
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
2018 Accelerated Outpatient Hospital Coding for COC Preparation American Academy of Professional Coders Salt Lake City, UT 8/2018-present
Certificate of Cardiology coding and Certificate of General Surgery and Anesthesia coding 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
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
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
Licentiate (comparable to M.S.) degree in clinical science for ophthalmology Department of Clinical Neuroscience Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden October, 2006
B.S. in Molecular Biology (3.95 GPA) summa cum laude high honors in molecular biology Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN 1993
References are available on request.