CURRICULUM VITAE                        Carolyn M. Hutt, CMA(AAMA), CPC, CPC-IPERSONAL INFORMATIONYear of Birth: 1963Place...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                            -2-2001-2007 Instructor Professional Medical Coding, Iowa Weste...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                         -3-Advanced ICD-9, Iowa Western Community CollegeAdvanced CPT, Iow...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                                   -4-          NPI – Get It, Share It, Use It – 03/07Oncol...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                          -5-          Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 2/09          Revenue C...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                         -6-          (2) Impact of Medicare in 2006 – 11/05          Medic...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                                -7-          New Physician Conference US Oncology – 2/09   ...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                         -8-          F.I.R.M.S. – 9/08          K.C.C.C. – 9/08Research Bi...
Carolyn M. Hutt                                      -9-4/2012 Worldwide Who’s Who Honored Member Registry of Executives &...
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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Carolyn M. Hutt, CMA(AAMA), CPC, CPC-IPERSONAL INFORMATIONYear of Birth: 1963Place of Birth: Lincoln, NECitizenship: USAMarital Status: Divorced, 2 children, 4 grandchildrenProfessional Address: US Oncology (01/15/2007-Present) 2495 Sawdust Road #606 The Woodlands, TX 77380 T: 817.559.9446 F: 832-601-6545PRESENT ACADEMIC RANK AND POSITIONMcKesson Specialty Health/US Oncology Acting Director Reimbursement Support Services Jan ’12 to Present Practice Administrator, Texas Oncology June ’10 to Jan ‘12 Associate Director Reimbursement Health Information Dept Jan ‘07 to June ‘10EDUCATION & TrainingHigh School: Rock Port R-II, Rock Port, Mo, graduate 1987College/University: Omaha College of Health Careers, Omaha NE graduate 1995Leadership Institute 100, 101, 200, US Oncology, April – July 2009Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training, US Oncology, May-June 2009GEAR Virtual Classroom Training, Gear – TR Clark, June 2009CERTIFICATIONS05/1995 to Present, Certified Medical Assistant09/1998 to Present, Certified Coding Specialist - Physician Based11/1999 to Present, Certified Pharmacy Technician02/2001 to Present, Certified Professional Coder10/2001 to Present, Registered Medical Coder12/2001 to Present, PMCC Approved Instructor04/2002 to Present, Certified Compliance Professional01/2003 to Present, Certificate of Proficiency in Oncology Reimbursement02/2004 to Present, Certified Medical Coder01/2007 to Present, Billing Coding Integrity ProgramPREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS2006-2007 Consultant and Author Monthly “Ask Carolyn” Column, US Oncology2005-2007 Speakers Bureau Oncology Reimbursement, Novartis2004-2007 Speakers Bureau Oncology Reimbursement, Ortho Biotech2003-2007 Speakers Bureau Oncology Reimbursement, Amgen2001-2007 Reimbursement Coordinator, Oncology Hematology West, P.C.2001-2007 Instructor Continuing Education, Iowa Western Community CollegeRevised 02/2009cmh
  2. 2. Carolyn M. Hutt -2-2001-2007 Instructor Professional Medical Coding, Iowa Western Community College2001-2007 Presenter Oncology specific audio-seminars, The Coding Institute1998-2001 Coding Supervisor, Willis and Willis, LTD1999-2000 Instructor Medical Assisting program, Iowa Western Community College1998-1999 Instructor Medical Assisting program, Alegent Health School of Medical Assisting1996-1998 Billing Supervisor, Medical Clinic, PC1997-1998 Instructor Medical Assisting program, Omaha College of Health Careers1994-1996 Certified Medical Assistant, Alegent Health1991-1995 Certified Pharmacy Technician, Keystone PharmacyPROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND SOCIETIESAmerican Academy of Professional CodersAmerican Health Information Management AssociationAmerican Association of Medical AssistantsPractice Management InstituteAmerican Pharmaceutical AssociationAmerican Hospital AssociationHealth Care Compliance AssociationPharmacy Technician Certification BoardIowa Pharmacy AssociationAssociation of Registered Medical Professionals, Advisory Board memberAssociation of Community Cancer CentersAmerican Society of Clinical OncologyMedical Group Management AssociationNational Association of Professional WomenEDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIESCurriculum/Course DevelopmentProfessional Medical Coding Curriculum, McKesson Specialty HealthToolkits/Tutorials – Clinical Trials and Revenue Cycle Management – US OncologyOn-Line Tutorials – Revenue Cycle, E/M, Drug Administration – US OncologyMedical Assisting program, Alegent Health School of Medical AssistingProfessional Medical Coding Curriculum, Iowa Western Community CollegeContinuing Education Seminars, Iowa Western Community CollegeInstructors Resource Manual, Adams Guide to Coding, Elsevier PublishingTeaching ActivitiesProvider Education Series, McKesson Specialty HealthPMCC, McKesson Specialty HealthPMCC, Independent ClassesPhysician E/M Mini-Series, US OncologySME, Revenue Cycle Fundamentals, Leadership Institute, US OncologyProfessional Medical Coding Curriculum, Iowa Western Community CollegeAdjunct Faculty Medical Assisting Program, Iowa Western Community CollegeBeginning ICD-9, Iowa Western Community CollegeBeginning CPT, Iowa Western Community CollegeE/M Chart Auditing, Iowa Western Community CollegeCharting and Documentation, Iowa Western Community CollegeRevised 04/2012cmh
  3. 3. Carolyn M. Hutt -3-Advanced ICD-9, Iowa Western Community CollegeAdvanced CPT, Iowa Western Community CollegeMedicare Rules and Regulations, Iowa Western Community CollegeOncology Coding and Reimbursement, Iowa Western Community CollegeConsultationsUS Oncology Consultant and Author Monthly “Ask Carolyn” Column April 2006 to Jan 2007 Consultant for “Billing Tips” for OPS practices Jan 2007 to March 2007PRESENTATIONS ON NATIONAL LEVELUS Oncology – Presentations and Audio-Conferences New Physician E/M – 4/12 E/M Medical Necessity and Documentation – 4/12 Addressing Operational Challenges in Research – 6/10 E/M Medical Necessity and Documentation – 5/10 E/M Updates 2010 – 4/10 Consults and Medicare – 2/10 E/M 2010 – A Look at the Year Ahead – 1/10 2010 Medical and Radiation Oncology Updates – 12/09 Best Practices in Managing Patient Assistances – 12/09 E/M 2010 A look at the Year Ahead – 12/09 Physician E/M – Hematology Style – 10/09 2010 ICD-9 Coding Update – 9/09 Providing Best in Class Financial Care – 7/09 Locum Tenens and MLP’s – 6/09 Best Practices in Drug Administration and Charge Capture – 5/09 E/M Auditing from Start to Finish – 4/09 Physician E/M Education – 3/09 Best Practices in Financial Care – 2/09 Research Outlining the Operational Challenges – 1/09 2009 CPT/HCPCS updates for Medical and Radiation Oncology – 12/08 2008 FAQs Radiation Oncology – 11/08 2009 ICD-9 Coding Update – 09/08 Improving Financial Counseling/Care – 08/08 Surgical Coding Part 2 – 07/08 Surgical Coding Part 1 – 07/08 Locum Tenens and Mid-Level Providers – 6/08 Infusion Confusion and iKnowMed Charge Capture – 06/08 Medicaid Billing Challenges – 5/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – Teaming with PQE – 5/08 Address the Operational Challenges of Research Billing – 4/08 Oncology University – 04/07, 11/07 Revenue Cycle Management Patient Financial Care – 05/07 Claim Dev and Review Process – 07/07 Putting an End to Denials – 08/07 Monitoring and Measuring Progress – 10/07 PQRI – Moving Forward with Successful Implementation – 06/07 ESA Update – 05/07Revised 04/2012cmh
  4. 4. Carolyn M. Hutt -4- NPI – Get It, Share It, Use It – 03/07Oncology Reimbursement Solutions – Presentations and Audio-Conferences Addressing the Operational Challenges in Research Billing – 8/09 Providing Best in Class Financial Care – 7/09 Locum Tenens and MLP’s – 6/09 Best Practices in Drug Administration and Charge Capture – 5/09 E//M Auditing from Start to Finish – 4/09 Best Practices in Drug Administration and Charge Capture – 5/09 Locum Tenens and MLP’s – 6/09The Coding Institute -- Audio conferences Medical Oncology Reimbursement Made Easy – 6/02 2003 Oncology Coding Reimbursement and Compliance Update – 12/02 Winning Strategies for Oncology Reimbursement – 3/03 Advanced Documentation and Coding Strategies for Radiation Oncology – 4/03 Successful Oncology Reimbursement Strategies for Facility and MD Services – 8/03 Successful Medical Oncology Coding and Reimbursement – 9/03 Medical Oncology – How Will 2004 Affect You – 12/03? Medicare Reform and Oncology: How to Optimize Reimbursement in 2004 – 1/04 Beginning Medical Oncology – 2/04 Advanced Coding and Reimbursement Strategies for Medical Oncology – 3/04 Medicare Modernization Act Update for Oncology – 6/04 2005 Oncology Codes Update – 12/04 Reimbursement Alert for Oncology – 1/05 G-Code Reimbursement & Appeals Process – 4/05 Appeals process for Oncology – 5/05 2006 ICD-9 for Oncology – 9/05 2006 CPT for Oncology – 12/05 Surefire Tactics to Bolster Oncology Pay-up – 2/06 Hematology Coding and Billing – 9/06 How to Bill for Off-Label Drug Use and Get Paid – 9/06 Accurate Neoplasm Coding – 11/06 2007 Oncology CPT/ICD-9 Update – 12/06Pharmacia – Education Coding Boot Camp and CPC Exam – 10/02PRESENTATIONS ON LOCAL LEVELUS Oncology Leadership Institute Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 4/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 5/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 6/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 7/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 8/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 9/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 10/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 11/08 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 1/09Revised 04/2012cmh
  5. 5. Carolyn M. Hutt -5- Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 2/09 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 3/09 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 5/09 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 7/09 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 1/10 Revenue Cycle Fundamentals – 4/10Amgen Reimbursement Round Table – 6/03 Reimbursement Round Table – 7/03 Reimbursement Round Table – 10/03 Reimbursement Round Table – 11/03 (4) Reimbursement Round Tables – 12/03 (3) 2004 Reimbursement Audio Conferences – 1/04 (4) Reimbursement Round Tables – 1/04 (2) Reimbursement Round Tables – 3/04 (7) Reimbursement Round Tables – 8/04 (5) Reimbursement Round Tables – 1/05 (3) Reimbursement Round Tables – 3/05 Reimbursement Round Table – 5/05 (2) Reimbursement Round Tables – 9/05 Reimbursement Round Table – 12/05 Reimbursement Round Table – 2/06 Reimbursement Round Table – 3/06 Reimbursement Round Table – 5/06 (5) Reimbursement Round Tables – 5/06 Reimbursement Round Table – 8/06 (2) Reimbursement Round Tables – 9/06 (4) Reimbursement Round Tables – 11/06Ortho Biotech Medicare Reimbursement Issues – 12/04 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 6/04 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 8/04 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 8/05 Medicare Reimbursement Issues – 10/05 (2) Medicare Reimbursement Round Tables – 11/05 (2) Medicare Reimbursement Round Tables – 1/06 Medicare Reimbursement Round Table – 6/06 Medicare Reimbursement Round Table – 7/06 Advisory Board Medicare Update – 8/06 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 12/06Novartis Medicare Reimbursement Update – 1/05 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 3/05Revised 04/2012cmh
  6. 6. Carolyn M. Hutt -6- (2) Impact of Medicare in 2006 – 11/05 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 2/06 Medicare Reimbursement Update – 5/06 Advisory Board Medicare Update – 10/06 Impact of Medicare in 2007 – 10/06 (4) Impact of Medicare in 2007 – 11/06AAMA – Nebraska Chapter ICD-9-CM Coding – 9/03 Oncology Reimbursement – 11/04 Publisher Medicat – 9/05 to 1/07Michigan Oncology Society Successful Reimbursement Strategies for Medical Oncology – 4/04AAPC – Omaha Chapter Successful Oncology Reimbursement – 6/04 CPC Review for HCPCS – 10/04TRAININGE/M Training Texas Oncology – 4/12, 5/12, 6/12 Virginia – 3/12 South Carolina – 5/10 Arizona – 5/10 Texas Oncology Valley – 4/10 Texas Oncology New Physicians – 4/10 Texas Oncology Houston – 3/10 New Physician Conference US Oncology – 2/10 Texas Oncology Dallas – 2/10 San Antonio – 1/10 Portland – 1/10 Youngstown – 12/09 South Carolina – 12/09 North Carolina – 11/09 Portland – 11/09 Eugene – 11/09 Maryland – 10/09 Chicago – 10/09 Central Regional Meeting – 10/09 Little Rock – 9/09 TxO – 7/09, 8/09, 9/09, 10/09 F.I.R.M.S. – 6/09, 8/09 A.M.S. – 4/09, 6/09 Metairie – 4/09 West Regional Meeting – 4/09 M.C.A. – 3/09 A.O.A. – 2/09, 4/09, 10/09Revised 04/2012cmh
  7. 7. Carolyn M. Hutt -7- New Physician Conference US Oncology – 2/09 TxO Radiation Meeting – 1/09 Ocala – 1/09 B.R.C.C. – 10/08, 11/08 Greenville – 10/08 Youngstown – 10/08 Raleigh/Durham – 10/08 F.C.I. – 9/08 Ft. Lauderdale – 9/08, 4/09 Southwest Regional Conference – 9/08 Central Indiana – 9/08, 10/09 Dayton – 9/08 San Antonio – 9/08, 10/08, 11/08, 7/09 R.M.C.C. – 01/08, 05/08, 06/08, 11/08, 2/09, 7/09, 9/09 C.C.N.C. – 01/08, 06/08, 10/09 K.C.C.C. – 07/08, 08/08 T.O.P.A. – 05/08 N.Y.O.H. – 05/08 Eastern Regional Conference – 04/08 C.C.C.N. – 04/08 Clarkson 3rd year Residents – 09/06, 10/07 R.M.C.C. – 04/07 BCBS NE provider representative – 04/05Financial Counselor Training Ocala – 1/09 A.O.A. – 01/08, 03/08 S.C.H.M.O. – 07/07 N.C. – 01/07Oncology 101 AAPC – 6/10 S.C.H.M.O. – 06/07 Puget Sound – 05/07Surgical Coding 101 Eugene – 2/10 Greenville, SC – 4/09 Raleigh/Durham, NC – 1/09 N.C.S – 08/08 A.O.A. – 3/08 T.O.P.A. – 03/08Drug Administration Charleston – 7/09 Metairie – 7/09 F.I.R.M.S. – 7/09 Towson – 3/09 Metairie – 2/09 F.I.R.M.S. – 2/09 TxO – 12/08Revised 04/2012cmh
  8. 8. Carolyn M. Hutt -8- F.I.R.M.S. – 9/08 K.C.C.C. – 9/08Research Billing A.O.A. – 9/08Billing and Coding Best Practices A.O.A. – 9/08ICD-9 Coding Texas Oncology – 5/10PUBLICATIONS2005 – Instructors Resource Manual, Adams Guide to Coding, Elsevier Publishing2005 to 2007 – Publisher Medicat, AAMA Nebraska Chapter2005 to 2007 – Contribution to multiple articles for Coding Institute and Part B News2006 to 2007 – Author monthly articles for US Oncology Practice Plus “Ask Carolyn” column associated with reimbursement plus Q & A. April – “Off-Label Chemotherapy Regimens – What Are You Doing?” May – “Do You Suffer From Infusion Confusion?” June/July – “What Does October 2006 Have In Store For You?” August – “Are You Collecting Your Additional Reimbursement?” September – “What Does 2007 Mean To Your Practice?” October – “Are You Looking At Your Contracts?” November/December – “2007 Has Been Finalized – Are You Ready?”2007 – Author of articles for Office Advisor by US Oncology August – “Financial Counselors – Who Are They and How Do They Benefit Your Practice”AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS02/2004 Manchester Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry04/2004 American Biographical Institute Woman of the Year for Outstanding Accomplishments to Date11/2005 American Biographical Institute Woman of the Year Honoring Community Service and Professional Achievement11/2005 Cambridge Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry02/2006 American Biographical Institute 21st Century Award for Achievement Education – Medical Billing and Compliance07/2007 Cambridge Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry02/2009 American Biographical Institute Woman of the Year in Education02/2009 Continental Who’s Who Registry of National Business Leaders09/2009 US Oncology Customer Service Award03/2012 National Association of Professional Women ‘Woman of the Year’Revised 04/2012cmh
  9. 9. Carolyn M. Hutt -9-4/2012 Worldwide Who’s Who Honored Member Registry of Executives & ProfessionalsRevised 04/2012cmh

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