Fellowship

Two (2) Short Essays (each limited to 300 words)  Explain how this fellowship would contribute to your career development.  Describe an instance or an issue related to your discipline which challenged you to come up with an innovative and collaborative problem-solving solution.

Tatiana Matingou

12617 English Orchard Court, Silver Spring, MD  20905
301-929-2561 (Home) 301-956-6115 (Cell)
carinetatiana@gmail.com

Career profile

 
 
 

Goal driven, compassionate, and accountable professional with over 10 years of related, hands-on experience in fast-paced residential, hospital and office settings. Adaptable administrator accustomed to the integration of new health care delivery systems, restructuring of work, and increasingly complex regulatory environment. A self-starter with strong communication, organizational, problem solving, and multi-tasking skills to liaise with various departments, institutions and the public to raise awareness and bring support to facilities.

professional strengths

 
 
 

·      Staff Training and Development

·      Team Coordination and Leadership
·      Staff Evaluation

·      Project Development and Management

·      HIPAA and Health Policy
·      Time Management

EDUCATION

 

Masters in Healthcare Administration

September 2015
  Strayer University Washington, DC
·      Graduated with 3.9 GPA
  Bachelor Degree in Counseling Psychology May 2012
  Washington Adventist University   Takoma Park, MD
·      Dean’s List

Relevent PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

 

AmerisourceBergen

August 2014 – Present
Assistant Supervisor, Reimbursement Support Services Rockville, MD
Design, implement and maintain a variety of systems and guidelines to ensure and monitor compliance to all program regulations. Recommend staffing needs, ensuring clients’ ongoing service needs are met. Address and resolve client complaints. Develop and introduce new processes to ensure the client privacy, HIPAA compliance, and timely delivery of needed services. Maintain a highly productive, efficient, and quality-driven environment at all times, with a focus on client care and support.
 
·      Developed a successful training program to provide new hires with accurate training; oversaw all details as it pertains to organizing and providing the training.
·      Represent the Director at a variety of state meetings and conferences discussing agency activities and plans to maintain awareness of trends within the field.
 

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

December 2011 – October 2013
OR/PACU Ward Central Administrator Bethesda, MD
Coordinated all administrative details of the Operating Room and Post-Anesthesia Care Unit healthcare. Supervised and evaluated performance of ward secretaries, nurses and all other personnel. Assisted with the development of practice objectives to ensure and maintain growth. Collaborated with administrators of other departments to share best practices and address common problems and complaints.
 
·      Evaluated practice strategies and plans to meet changing national, state and local needs as it pertains to health policy.
·      Developed and implemented strategic goals related to management of the department; provided managerial support in the development of departmental wide programs.
·      Served as the administrative liaison between the medical staff, nursing staff, patients, and various clinical departments and institutes.
 

Providence Hospital

October 2010 – May 2011
Unit Clerk Washington, DC
Directed all administrative details of the unit while displaying the necessary competence to provide effective management of unit clerical duties. Assisted with the supply management and equipment management process. Processed Provider orders accurately and in a timely manner.
 
·      Initiated a new process to easily maintain patient medical records for admissions, discharges, and transfers
 

Adventist Behavior Health

January 2010 – December 2010
Internship – Social Worker Rockville, MD
Initiated and implemented complete, comprehensive psychosocial assessments to adults and adolescents. Provided individual, group and family therapy to patients and their families while promoting positive patient-family community relations. Documented services provided and disseminated information/reports to community referral sources and agencies, i.e., DJJ, DSS, HHS, APS, CPS, LCC, etc.
 
·      Participated in an interdisciplinary treatment team to propose and develop strategies and interventions that would promote excellent therapeutic outcomes
·      Assisted patients  in their development of self-respect, dignity, integrity, and self-actualization through a multitude of traditional and adjunctive therapeutic services
·      Coordinated with the interdisciplinary team, referral sources, and community resources aftercare and supportive services to ensure a successful discharge planning process
·      Assessed and intervened in cases of suspected or disclosed patient neglect and abuse

Additional Professional history

 

Suburban Hospital

February 2007 – May 2010
Patient Care Technician  Bethesda, MD
·      Inserted Foley catheters as instructed by the RN
·      Observed, monitored, reported, and documented patient’s condition, and symptoms
·      Performed basic Meditech and computer tasks
·      Performed clinical procedures, such as: venipuncture, EKG, control hemorrhage, application of dressing and bandages, and POC testing
·      Collected specimens and assisted nursing staff with proper requisitioning
·      Performed tube feeding and irrigation
·      Conducted daily code chart check
·      Ran errands, procured equipment and set up equipment
·      Assisted patients with activities of daily living
·      Transcribed orders
 

Sibley Memorial Hospital

January 2006 – December 2006
Patient Care Technician  Washington, DC
·      Inserted Foley catheters as instructed by the RN
·      Observed, monitored, reported, and documented patient’s condition, and symptoms
·      Performed clinical procedures, such as: venipuncture, EKG, control hemorrhage, application of dressing and bandages, and POC testing
·      Collected specimens and assist nursing staff with proper requisitioning
 

Manor Care Health Service

August 2005 – December 2005
Geriatric Nursing Assistant   Wheaton, MD
·      Provided quality care for twenty patients per eight hour shift
·      Assisted each patient with daily hygiene tasks
·      Recorded and analyzed the vital statistics of each patient
·      Started and flushed IV and feeding tubes as needed

AFFILIATIONS

 

Maryland Nurses’ Association

June 2006 – Present

American Nursing Association

August 2006 – Present

Tatiana Matingou

12617 English Orchard Court, Silver Spring, MD  20905
301-929-2561 (Home) 301-956-6115 (Cell)
carinetatiana@gmail.com

Career profile

 
 
 

Goal driven, compassionate, and accountable professional with over 10 years of related, hands-on experience in fast-paced residential, hospital and office settings. Adaptable administrator accustomed to the integration of new health care delivery systems, restructuring of work, and increasingly complex regulatory environment. A self-starter with strong communication, organizational, problem solving, and multi-tasking skills to liaise with various departments, institutions and the public to raise awareness and bring support to facilities.

professional strengths

 
 
 

·      Staff Training and Development

·      Team Coordination and Leadership
·      Staff Evaluation

·      Project Development and Management

·      HIPAA and Health Policy
·      Time Management

EDUCATION

 

Masters in Healthcare Administration

September 2015
  Strayer University Washington, DC
·      Graduated with 3.9 GPA
  Bachelor Degree in Counseling Psychology May 2012
  Washington Adventist University   Takoma Park, MD
·      Dean’s List

Relevent PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

 

AmerisourceBergen

August 2014 – Present
Assistant Supervisor, Reimbursement Support Services Rockville, MD
Design, implement and maintain a variety of systems and guidelines to ensure and monitor compliance to all program regulations. Recommend staffing needs, ensuring clients’ ongoing service needs are met. Address and resolve client complaints. Develop and introduce new processes to ensure the client privacy, HIPAA compliance, and timely delivery of needed services. Maintain a highly productive, efficient, and quality-driven environment at all times, with a focus on client care and support.
 
·      Developed a successful training program to provide new hires with accurate training; oversaw all details as it pertains to organizing and providing the training.
·      Represent the Director at a variety of state meetings and conferences discussing agency activities and plans to maintain awareness of trends within the field.
 

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

December 2011 – October 2013
OR/PACU Ward Central Administrator Bethesda, MD
Coordinated all administrative details of the Operating Room and Post-Anesthesia Care Unit healthcare. Supervised and evaluated performance of ward secretaries, nurses and all other personnel. Assisted with the development of practice objectives to ensure and maintain growth. Collaborated with administrators of other departments to share best practices and address common problems and complaints.
 
·      Evaluated practice strategies and plans to meet changing national, state and local needs as it pertains to health policy.
·      Developed and implemented strategic goals related to management of the department; provided managerial support in the development of departmental wide programs.
·      Served as the administrative liaison between the medical staff, nursing staff, patients, and various clinical departments and institutes.
 

Providence Hospital

October 2010 – May 2011
Unit Clerk Washington, DC
Directed all administrative details of the unit while displaying the necessary competence to provide effective management of unit clerical duties. Assisted with the supply management and equipment management process. Processed Provider orders accurately and in a timely manner.
 
·      Initiated a new process to easily maintain patient medical records for admissions, discharges, and transfers
 

Adventist Behavior Health

January 2010 – December 2010
Internship – Social Worker Rockville, MD
Initiated and implemented complete, comprehensive psychosocial assessments to adults and adolescents. Provided individual, group and family therapy to patients and their families while promoting positive patient-family community relations. Documented services provided and disseminated information/reports to community referral sources and agencies, i.e., DJJ, DSS, HHS, APS, CPS, LCC, etc.
 
·      Participated in an interdisciplinary treatment team to propose and develop strategies and interventions that would promote excellent therapeutic outcomes
·      Assisted patients  in their development of self-respect, dignity, integrity, and self-actualization through a multitude of traditional and adjunctive therapeutic services
·      Coordinated with the interdisciplinary team, referral sources, and community resources aftercare and supportive services to ensure a successful discharge planning process
·      Assessed and intervened in cases of suspected or disclosed patient neglect and abuse

Additional Professional history

 

Suburban Hospital

February 2007 – May 2010
Patient Care Technician  Bethesda, MD
·      Inserted Foley catheters as instructed by the RN
·      Observed, monitored, reported, and documented patient’s condition, and symptoms
·      Performed basic Meditech and computer tasks
·      Performed clinical procedures, such as: venipuncture, EKG, control hemorrhage, application of dressing and bandages, and POC testing
·      Collected specimens and assisted nursing staff with proper requisitioning
·      Performed tube feeding and irrigation
·      Conducted daily code chart check
·      Ran errands, procured equipment and set up equipment
·      Assisted patients with activities of daily living
·      Transcribed orders
 

Sibley Memorial Hospital

January 2006 – December 2006
Patient Care Technician  Washington, DC
·      Inserted Foley catheters as instructed by the RN
·      Observed, monitored, reported, and documented patient’s condition, and symptoms
·      Performed clinical procedures, such as: venipuncture, EKG, control hemorrhage, application of dressing and bandages, and POC testing
·      Collected specimens and assist nursing staff with proper requisitioning
 

Manor Care Health Service

August 2005 – December 2005
Geriatric Nursing Assistant   Wheaton, MD
·      Provided quality care for twenty patients per eight hour shift
·      Assisted each patient with daily hygiene tasks
·      Recorded and analyzed the vital statistics of each patient
·      Started and flushed IV and feeding tubes as needed

AFFILIATIONS

 

Maryland Nurses’ Association

June 2006 – Present

American Nursing Association

August 2006 – Present

 

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