EPISODE #5 PART 1
Project Resume with Ann Barnaby
Ann began her journey in the healthcare and coding environment in her study of Health Policy and Administration as a student at The Pennsylvania State University. She was a member of the Phi Gamma Nu business fraternity, and remains active in the fraternity today. Ann used her Bachelor of Science degree to drive a career in medical coding and billing, and eventually involvement in recruiting, training and management of medical coding teams. Ann has been an active member of the AAPC since 2005, when she became a Certified Professional Coder (CPC). She’s also earned her Certified Risk Coder (CRC) certification through the AAPC. She enjoys traveling to speak at local AAPC chapter meetings, meeting coders, and talking to people about how they use their coding certifications. Ann’s desire to help coders to career success was the driving force behind the creation of Project Resume, and that desire grows with every success story!
Penn State University
Health Policy and Administration at Penn State University
Phi Gamma Nu - Business Fraternity
Florida International University
Asian Student Union
The Spartan Race
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Health Information Relief Operation Fund
In June 2011, AHIMA and the AHIMA Foundation announced the creation of the Health Information Relief Operation (HIRO) Fund, an ongoing recovery source to assist communities of health information professionals whose personal or professional lives have been severely disrupted by a natural or manmade disaster. HIM professionals in areas affected by disasters face a unique challenge as they struggle to piece back together their own lives while working to recover as much of their community’s patient information as possible.
For Members Affected by Disaster
Provided they meet the eligibility requirements, AHIMA members in recently declared disaster areas are invited to submit an application for up to $500 to assist in their efforts to return to work while recovering from the disaster. Only applicants who meet the following criteria will be considered for financial assistance:
Eligible applicants can apply for financial assistance by completing and submitting the HIRO Fund Assistance Application as directed on the form. Upon verification by AHIMA Foundation and the applicant's CSA, financial assistance will be distributed to applicants as available and in as timely a manner as possible.
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