In my previous work experience, I have displayed critical and analytical thinking by preparing complex financial statements, as well as interim and annual reports while working at AARP Washington DC in June 2004 to 2006. At the Bank of America in Silver Spring from January 2003 to June 2004, where I worked as the personal banker and investment advisor, I displayed critical and analytical thinking by assisting and advising clients, in their selection of various accounts and business services. At the Iconium Partners, where I was the director of business development, I continued to display critical thinking by identifying and networking with prospective clients. At XL Health Corporation in Baltimore where I worked as the medical claims processing manager, I analyzed and filed denied claims. I also analyzed claims submitted by service providers for completeness and accuracy.
My experience in drafting lengthy and complicated documents includes receiving and verifying invoices and coding payment documents at AARP in Washington. I also prepared batches of lengthy invoices for data entry at this same company. Additionally, I audited other claim processors for accuracy. I managed also managed a weekly cheque run and completed various payroll functions to ensure timely and accurate staff payment.
My experience in time management and working with strict deadlines includes processing all new account transactions at the Bank of America. At the XL Health Corporation, I worked with the transaction supervisor, to make sure that there were constant meetings of the department’s legal requirements and contractual requirements. I applied timely researching and resolving of discrepancies while at the XL Health Corporation. I also managed day-to-day relationships with the customer base while working at the Iconium Partners.
My experience in independent research and resolving unknown complicated problems has also been displayed on several occasions including researching and resolving billing and invoice problems at AARP, Washington. At the Iconium Partners, I used my extensive network of contacts to source new potential investments. At the XL Corporation, I audited other claim processors for accuracy. Lastly, I responded to provider inquiries of incorrect claim payments.