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Maternal-child Health Program Manager Resume

Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 80642
Desired Job Location: Los Lunas, New Mexico Date Posted: 2/19/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 50000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan - Albuquerque, NM
Maternal Child Health Program and Specialty Programs Coordinator 2013–Present
Preside over High-Risk Prenatal and Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) interdisciplinary meetings to provide guidance and solutions for the highest risk maternal child health populations. Draft state-mandated reports related to the prenatal and pediatric populations, which included pregnancy and Native American value added benefits reports, community intervener’s report, and prenatal over and under use analyses. Contribute to the New Mexico Learning Collaborative for children and youth with special health care needs. Attend community meetings with various groups, including JPaul Taylor Workgroup-Infant Mental Health; School Based Health Care Advocacy, MCO and Alliance; Families First program; New Mexico Immunization Council Quality Steering Committee; Bernalillo County Home Visiting Workgroup; Public Education Department (PED) Young Parent Statewide Advisory Workgroup; Best Beginnings Provider Training; and Community Event Planning Committee.

Selected Highlights:
Directed the development and implementation of the following initiatives:
-Community and Native American baby showers and health fair events
-Maternal Child Health Speciality Programs staff education
-Prenatal program description and annual evaluation
-Children’s Dental Performance Improvement Project
-Specialized training program for care coordinator staff on prenatal, NICU, pediatric, and developmentally disabled populations
Served as the UHC lead for a successful pilot with Tricore Laboratories in using real-time laboratory data to identify pregnant women, which allowed for earlier intervention for new members and high-risk pregnant members utilizing the emergency room; presented results at a national laboratories conference
Spearheaded a provider and Managed Care Organization (MCO) workgroup and subcommittee for the Newborn Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome population, which involved collaborating with lead investigators of the Quality Improvement Project for MCO participation
Serve as the chair for the committee on the New Mexico Maternal Child Health March of Dimes Program, which involves overseeing the development and Implementation of the March of Dimes mission, as well as collaborating and communicating with community partners
Function as the chair for the New Mexico Alliance of School Based Health Center Advocacy Committee, which entails presiding over advocacy meetings, as well as collaborating and communicating with NM Alliance SBHC Board members
Partnered with CYFD, Juvenile Justice, and GRADS in deploying a youth/young adult transitional application program
Received nomination for the UnitedHealthcare Sages of Clinical Service Award through the Center for Nursing Advancement
Worked with the UHC National Pediatric Collaborative Group to establish and align practices across UHC
Conducted presentations to groups to advocate for the maternal child population, such as the Juvenile Justice Department; New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD); Public Education Department’s Expectant and Parenting Teen Townhall; and Head2Toe School Nurse and School Based Healthcare (SBHC) Conference
Acted as the New Mexico lead for the UnitedHealthcare Adolescent BH grant for SBHC

Senior Service Coordinator, Pediatrics, Prenatal and Hospital to Home Programs 2011–2013
Partnered with care coordinators in advocating members by attending individualized educational planning meetings and coordinating with schools to meet member needs. Educated and advocated for care coordinators, families, and members of the pediatric, developmentally disable and pregnant population.

Registered Nurse Service Coordinator | Pediatric Service Coordinator 2008–2011
Initiated field care coordination with the pediatric and pregnant population, which included home visits, case management, and physical and behavioral health care needs delivery.

CareNet Pregnancy Center - Albuquerque, NM
Volunteer Registered Nurse | Limited Ultrasonographer 2012–Present
Perform limited Obstetrical Ultrasounds. Maintained documentation of patient medical information and vital signs records. Guided clients on pregnancy related health topics.

Coram Healthcare-A Division Of Apria Healthcare - Albuquerque, NM
Staff Registered Nurse, Home Infusion 2007–2008
Rendered home infusion services to the adult and pediatric population, including limited chemotherapy.

Earlier Career

University Hospital - Albuquerque, NM
Day Charge Nurse, NICU
Staff Nurse, NICU

Master of Liberal Arts, with Concentration in American Military Nursing History, 2012
Empire State College - Saratoga Springs, NY
Master thesis: American Military Nurses: A hundred year retrospective

Bachelor of Arts in American History, with Concentration in Military Nursing History, 2005
Empire State College - Saratoga Springs, NY

Associate of Science in Nursing
Casper College - Casper, WI

Case Manager Certification

UnitedHealthcare National Pediatric Collaborative

Areas of Expertise

Case Management
Patient Education
Maternal-Child Health
Program Planning
Healthcare Information Technology
Personnel Training and Development

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