Administrator: Professional with 12 years of expertise in multiple aspects of military healthcare, security, planning and management, for the Department of Defense. Bring my operations experience to your organization. My leadership, management, and problem solving skills will be a great asset to your organization as we work together to formulate, determine, or influence policies.
Compliance Director April 2011 to CurrentVernecia C. Smith － White Plains, MD
Compliance Team Chief responsible for leading team members in the development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of inspections as directed by higher command.
Direct, implement, coordinate, and/or oversees compliance and evaluative management programs.
Leadership role in overseeing and carrying out inspections that supports and conducts comprehensive evaluations for compliance with regulatory requirements which resulted in an Excellent rating (92) in the Health Services Inspection.
Plan and conduct inspections and reviews, personally or through team members to provide advice to managers of functions.
Lauded by Air Force Inspection Agency (AFIA) for leading the development of "Gatekeeper" concept to take or recommend action to achieve organizational objectives, and recommend future program objectives and improvements.
Developed and provided clear, comprehensive guidance to all Functional Area Managers which reduced duplicative work and streamlined processes.
Evaluated effectiveness of activities and operation and assimilates diverse information and designs solutions to problems.
Interprets, adapts and implements directives, regulations and instructions from higher echelons.
Serves as Medical Planner and medical subject matter expert for ORE/ORI with the 459 ARW.
Provides guidance, direction and advice to operational elements assigned to execute operations specifically related to health service support planning.
Develops deliberate and crisis action planning products and support of OPLANs, CONPLANs, and supporting plans.
Provided overall mission analysis matching capabilities to threats, outlining Courses of Action (COA), evaluating and recommending COAs to counterparts at the 507 ARW and the 137 FW command and staff elements while ensuring the incorporation of relevant strategic and operational concepts of operations.
Coordinated staff actions, orders, taskings, message traffic, informational messages/papers, and briefings in support of operations.
Conducted thorough review of revisions, updates, and policy changes to assess impact to medical capabilities.
Served as a medical exercise planner.
Assess Mission Essential Tasks (MET) and commanders training requirements, and help design and develop exercise constructs and scenarios to meet training needs.
Attends exercise planning meetings; prepared exercise materials and control staff information; manages the conduct of exercises; and assembles and maintains After Action Review materials.
Manages, monitors, and inputs data into the Manger's Internal Control Tool (MICT) coordinating compliance inspections activities with other departments to remain abreast and to identify trends and mitigate program deficiencies.
Inputs and manages the AF 8-Step Problem solving process with unit and wing counterparts.
410-231-0957 firstname.lastname@example.org Provides reports on a regular basis, and as directed or requested, to keep the unit Executive Management Committee and senior management informed of the operation and progress of compliance efforts.
Responsible for the performance and oversight of deficiencies of the Compliance Program and relates activities on a continuing basis to all unit members, taking appropriate steps to improve its effectiveness.
Security Director/Commander Support Staff March 2007 to March 2011459 AES Joint Base － Andrews, MD
579 MDG Bolling AFB DC, Mental Health.
Administrative Services Manager November 2002 to February 2007Mental Health Clinic
Planned, organized, directed, and coordinated the delivery of the information and personnel security and controls access to restricted areas for 133 members in traditional reserve unit.
Ensured members have met, and maintained qualifications for security clearances to access classified information.
Coordinated with Joint Base Andrews 11th Wing Personnel/Information Security Managers and Air Force Central Adjudication Facility; ensured members met, and maintained qualifications for security clearances to access classified information.
Protected classified and unclassified information through the use of affixing of notices to unit equipment and containers; examples include but are not limited to: computers, safes, shredders, and file storage areas as unclassified/classified.
Advised the unit commander on security matters that are sensitive in nature ensuring confidentiality is protected and clearance issues are handled expeditiously.
Managed four provider and four technicians' schedules utilizing AHLTA and MS Outlook creating a user friendly system for appointment tracking.
Maximized provider Revenue Value Units by scheduling patients successfully in multiple clinics; captured all patient visits accurately reflecting workload.
Conducted base child care background investigations via FAPNET; ensured applicants met 100% compliance approval for positions within the Child Development Center, and private home day care.
Co-facilitated Behavior Modification class; educated 720 members; empowered members to maintain healthier lifestyles and continue productive service in Air Force.
Evaluated and monitored department infection control program; ensured full compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards for patient health and safety legislation.
Developed and implemented Referral Management Center triage line, eliminating over 40 percent of patient phone calls directly transferred to nurses by evaluating, and determining the level of services required led to increase of patient satisfaction.
Coordinated Family Member Relocation/Special Needs Program ensuring family members healthcare needs were satisfied prior to travel for new assignments.
Collaborated with Air Force Space Command on clinic compliance with the Health Information Portability Accountability Act program; affected increase in clinic standards on patient privacy by over 20 percent.
Facilitated Wing Right Start seminars ensuring thousands of Tri-Care beneficiaries received vital information for healthcare needs easing the burden of new personnel assigned to the base.
M.B.A : March 2010Webster University
NACLC Secret Security Clearance
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