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  • 1. TIFFANY EBERLY CONTACT INFORMATION: 5116 DARBY RD SARANAC, MI 48881 CELL: 517-515-2025 TE1981@ATT.NET PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS STATEMENT OF AUTHENTICITY SLIDE 3 PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT SLIDE 4 ELEVATOR SPEECH SLIDE 5 EDUCATION – PLAN OF STUDY SLIDE 6 ACADEMIC HISTORY SLIDE 7-10 EDUCATION – RELATED COURSE DESCRIPTION SLIDE 11- 14 RESUME SLIDE 15 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING SLIDE 16 LETTERS OF REFERENCE SLIDE 17- 18
  • 3. STATEMENT OF AUTHENTICITY THIS STATEMENT IS TO INDICATE THAT THIS PORTFOLIO IS THE ORIGINAL WORK OF TIFFANY EBERLY AND CANNOT BE COPIED WITHOUT PERMISSION. SOME MATERIALS CONTAINED HERE IN ARE PRIVATE AND PROPRIETARY AND ARE NOT TO BE COPIED WITHOUT PERMISSION. I CERTIFY THAT THIS PORTFOLIO AND ITS CONTENTS ARE AN ACCURATE REFLECTION OF TIFFANY EBERLY.
  • 4. PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT COMMITTED AND ALWAYS WILLING TO LEARN, I WILL CONTINUALLY WORK TO IMPROVE MYSELF AND DEVELOP MY SKILLS SO THAT I MAY BE AN ASSET TO AN EMPLOYER THROUGHOUT MY CAREER. I WANT TO EXCEL IN ALL THAT I DO AND WILL ALWAYS APPLY MY FULL KNOWLEDGE IN EVERY SITUATION.
  • 5. ELEVATOR SPEECH MY NAME IS TIFFANY EBERLY AND I AM A GRADUATE FROM DEVRY UNIVERSITY. I HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN APPLIED SCIENCE IN THE HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM, AND WILL SOON SIT FOR MY RHIT EXAM TO OBTAIN MY CREDENTIALS. ALTHOUGH I HAVE NO EXPERIENCE IN THIS FIELD, I HAVE LOVED ALL THAT I HAVE LEARNED ON THIS EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY AND CANNOT WAIT TO MAKE THIS CAREER CHANGE. I HOPE TO BE AN INSPIRATION TO MY CHILDREN BY SHOWING THEM THAT IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW.
  • 6. EDUCATION MY PLAN OF STUDY The Health Information Technology Associate Degree program helps you earn credentials employers recognize and prepare you for a career in the growing health information field. The program is also part of a stackable degree path. Health Information Technology Degree Program
  • 7. Unofficial Transcript for Tiffany Eberly ( D40315740 ) UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT Your GPA information is updated after all grades for the session have been posted. Repeated courses are indicated by an 'E' or 'I' in column 'R'. 'E' is a repeated course excluded from your GPA. 'I' is a repeated course included in your GPA. Print Date: 07/29/2016 StudentInformation Name: TiffanyEberly DSI: D40315740 Student Type: Continuing CurriculumInformation Degree: Associate of AppliedScience Program: Health Information Technology College: College of Health Sciences Campus: Online Major: Health Information Technology Concentration: No Concentration Transfer Credit Accepted by Institution 201440 Baker College* Subject Course Title Grade Credit Hours Quality Points R COMP 100 Computer Apps for Busnw/Lab TA 2.000 0.000 ENGL 112 Composition TA 4.000 0.000 PSYC 110 Psychology TB 2.668 0.000 SPCH 275 Public Speaking TA 2.668 0.000 Attempted Hours PassedHours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA 11.336 11.336 11.336 0.000 0.00 0.00 InstitutionCredit Semester: Summer2014 Semester Honors: Dean'sList ACADEMIC HISTORY page ( 7 )
  • 8. College: page ( 8 ) Unofficial Transcript for Tiffany Eberly ( D40315740 ) College of Health Sciences Major: HealthcareAdministration Academic Standing: GoodStanding Subject Course Campus Level Course Title Grade Credit Hours Quality Points R COLL 148 Online UG Critical Thinkng & Prob•Solvng A 3.00 12.00 PSYC 305 Online UG Motivation and Leadership A 3.00 12.00 BUSN 115 Online UG Intro to Business &Technology A 3.00 12.00 HIT 111 Online UG Basic Medical Terminology A 3.00 12.00 Attempted Hours PassedHours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA Current Semester: 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 48.00 4.00 Cumulative: 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 48.00 4.00 Semester: Semester Honors: Fall 2014 Dean's List College: College of Health Sciences Major: HealthcareAdministration Academic Standing: GoodStanding Subject Course Campus Level Course Title Grade Credit Hours Quality Points R ENGL 135 Online UG Advanced Composition A 4.00 16.00 MATH 114 Online UG Algebra for College Students A 4.00 16.00 ECON 312 Online UG Principles of Economics A 3.00 12.00 Attempted Hours PassedHours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA Current Semester: 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 44.00 4.00 Cumulative: 23.00 23.00 23.00 23.00 92.00 4.00 Semester: Spring 2015 College: College of Health Sciences
  • 9. Major: page ( 9 ) Unofficial Transcript for Tiffany Eberly ( D40315740 ) HealthcareAdministration Academic Standing: GoodStanding Subject Course Campus Level Course Title Grade Cre dit Hou rs Quali ty Point s R BIOS 135 Online UG Foun Biol & Chem w/Lab A 4.00 16.00 ETHC 445 Online UG Principles of Ethics B 3.00 09.00 MATH 221 Online UG Statistics for Decision•Making B 4.00 12.00 Attempted Hours Passed Hours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA Curren t Semes ter: 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 37.00 3.36 Cumulative: 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 129.00 3.79 Semester: Summer2015 SemesterHonors: Dean'sList College: College of Health Sciences Major: Health Information Technology Academic Standing: GoodStanding Subject Course Campus Level Course Title Grade Cre dit Hou rs Quali ty Point s R BIOS 105 Online UG Fund Human Anat & Physio w/Lab A 4.00 16.00 BIS 155 Online UG Data Analysis w/Sprdsh w/Lab A 3.00 12.00 BIOS 260 Online UG Fund of Pathophysiology A 4.00 16.00 HIT 120 Online UG Intro Hlth Services & Info Sys A 4.00 16.00 Attempted Hours Passed Hours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA Current 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 60.00 4.00 Semester: Cumulative: 49.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 189.00 3.86 Semester: Fall 2015 Semester Honors: Dean's List College: College of Health Sciences
  • 10. Major: page ( 10 ) Unofficial Transcript for Tiffany Eberly ( D40315740 ) Health InformationTechnology Academic Standing: GoodStanding Subject Course Campus Level Course Title Grade Cre dit Hou rs Quali ty Point s R BIOS 275 Online UG Pharmacol & Medical Treatment A 3.00 12.00 HIT 141 Online UG Hlth Info Processes w/Lab A 4.00 16.00 HIT 170 Online UG Hlth Info Fundamentals Pract A 2.00 08.00 HIT 203 Online UG Coding I: ICD•10 A 3.00 12.00 Attempted Hours Passed Hours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA Current 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 48.00 4.00 Semester: Cumulative: 61.00 61.00 61.00 61.00 237.00 3.89 Semester: Spring 2016 College: College of Health Sciences Major: Health Information Technology Academic Standing: GoodStanding Subject Course Campus Level Course Title Grade Cre dit Hou rs Quali ty Point s R HIT 205 Online UG Coding II: ICD•10 B 3.00 09.00 HIT 226 Online UG Data Apps & Healthcare Quality A 3.00 12.00 HIT 211 Online UG Curnt Procd Termn Coding w/Lab A 4.00 16.00 HIT 220 Online UG Legal & Reg Issues•Hlth Info A 2.00 08.00 Attempted Hours Passed Hours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA Curren t Semes ter: 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 45.00 3.75 Cumulative: 73.00 73.00 73.00 73.00 282.00 3.86 Transcript Totals (Undergraduate) Attempted Hours Passed Hours EarnedHours GPAHours Quality Points GPA TotalInstitution: 73.000 73.000 73.000 73.000 282.00 3.86
  • 11. EDUCATION RELATED COURSE DESCRIPTION HIT 111 - BASIC MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY THIS COURSE INTRODUCES ELEMENTS OF MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY SUCH AS FOUNDATIONS OF WORDS USED TO DESCRIBE THE HUMAN BODY AND ITS CONDITIONS, TERMINOLOGY FOR MEDICAL PROCEDURES, AND NAMES OF COMMONLY PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS. SPELLING, PRONUNCIATION AND MEANINGS OF TERMS USED IN A PROFESSIONAL HEALTHCARE SETTING ARE COVERED, AS IS RECOGNITION OF COMMON ABBREVIATIONS. HIT 120 - INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH SERVICES AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS THIS COURSE COVERS HISTORY, ORGANIZATION AND CURRENT ISSUES IN THE U.S. HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEM. INTERRELATIONSHIPS AMONG SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND CARE PROVIDERS ARE EXPLORED. LICENSING, ACCREDITING AND REGULATORY COMPLIANCE ACTIVITIES ARE DISCUSSED, AS ARE THE IMPORTANCE OF FINANCIAL AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT, SAFETY AND SECURITY, AND THE ROLE OF HEALTH INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS. THE EVOLUTION, MAJOR APPLICATION TYPES AND EMERGING TRENDS IN HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS ARE EXPLORED. HIT 141 - HEALTH INFORMATION PROCESSES WITH LAB THIS COURSE INTRODUCES HEALTH INFORMATION FUNCTIONS SUCH AS CONTENT AND FORMAT OF RECORDS; RETENTION AND STORAGE REQUIREMENTS; INDEXES AND REGISTRIES; AND FORMS DESIGN. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG DEPARTMENTS AND CLINICAL PROVIDERS WITHIN A HEALTHCARE SYSTEM ARE EXPLORED, AND MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS ARE INTRODUCED. HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ARE USED TO COMPLETE HEALTH INFORMATION PROCESSES. FUNDAMENTALS OF DATABASE MANAGEMENT ARE APPLIED TO HEALTH INFORMATION EXAMPLES. PRACTICE EXERCISES SUPPORT LEARNING.
  • 12. EDUCATION RELATED COURSE DESCRIPTION HIT 170 - HEALTH INFORMATION FUNDAMENTALS PRACTICUM THROUGH EITHER AN APPROVED EXTERNAL HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SITE OR AN ONLINE APPLICATION, THIS COURSE PROVIDES INITIAL SUPERVISED PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. PRACTICUM COMPETENCIES REINFORCE PREVIOUS COURSEWORK AND INCLUDE APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE OF ¿ AND SKILLS IN ¿ HEALTH RECORD CONTENT, STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONS AND USE. STUDENTS WHOSE PRACTICUM OCCURS ONSITE MUST COMPLETE A MINIMUM OF 40 CLOCK HOURS AT THE SITE, GENERALLY DURING TRADITIONAL BUSINESS HOURS, AND MUST MEET PRACTICUM SITE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS. COURSE OBJECTIVES FOR STUDENTS WHOSE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OCCURS VIRTUALLY ARE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH ONLINE ACTIVITIES, SIMULATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS. ALL STUDENTS PREPARE A WRITTEN REPORT AND PRESENT A VERBAL SUMMARY OF THEIR PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE. HIT 203 - INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES CODING I WITH LAB THIS COURSE, THE FIRST IN A TWO- COURSE SEQUENCE, ADDRESSES PRINCIPALS, GUIDELINES, DEFINITIONS AND CODING CONVENTIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES-10-PROCEDURAL CODING SYSTEM (ICD-10-PCS). COURSEWORK IS DESIGNED TO HELP STUDENTS GAIN EXPERIENCE NEEDED FOR ACCURATELY DISSECTING OPERATIVE REPORTS AND BUILDING CODES IN ICD-10-PCS. ALSO EXAMINED ARE ANATOMY AND CODE STRUCTURE FOR EACH OF THE BODY SYSTEMS AND RELATED SECTIONS OF ICD-10-PCS; HEALTH RECORDS; MANUAL AND COMPUTERIZED CODING METHODS; AND CODING REFERENCES. HIT 205 - INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES CODING II WITH LAB THIS COURSE, THE SECOND IN A TWO- COURSE SEQUENCE, INTRODUCES CLINICAL VOCABULARIES AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS. PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES FOR USING THE ICD-10- CLINICAL MODIFICATION (ICD-10-CM) SYSTEM TO CODE DIAGNOSES ARE INTRODUCED. PATIENT RECORDS AND EXERCISES USING CODING MANUALS AND SOFTWARE TOOLS PROVIDE FURTHER PRACTICE IN CODING AND SEQUENCING DIAGNOSES AND PROCEDURES. CODING ETHICS, DATA QUALITY AND APPLICATION OF CODING PRINCIPLES TO ELECTRONIC RECORD SYSTEMS ARE EXPLORED.
  • 13. EDUCATION RELATED COURSE DESCRIPTION HIT 211 - CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY CODING WITH LAB KNOWLEDGE OF CLINICAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS IS EXPANDED THROUGH PRESENTATION OF PRINCIPLES OF CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY (CPT-4 OR MOST CURRENT VERSION), USED TO CODE PROCEDURES PERFORMED BY HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS. THROUGH PRACTICE EXERCISES, STUDENTS ASSIGN PROCEDURE CODES AND APPLY GUIDELINES FOR ASSIGNMENT OF EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT (E/M) CODES AND MODIFIERS TO CASE EXAMPLES. THE PURPOSE AND USE OF THE HEALTHCARE COMMON PROCEDURE CODING SYSTEM (HCPCS) ARE REVIEWED. APPLICATION OF CODING PRINCIPLES TO AN ELECTRONIC RECORD SYSTEM IS EXPLORED. HIT 220 - LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES IN HEALTH INFORMATION LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES IN HEALTHCARE ARE PURSUED, WITH EMPHASIS ON THEIR APPLICATION TO HEALTHCARE INFORMATION SERVICES AND DOCUMENTATION OF CARE. STUDENTS EXPLORE THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PROVIDERS, EMPLOYEES, PAYERS AND PATIENTS IN A HEALTHCARE CONTEXT. LEGAL TERMINOLOGY PERTAINING TO CIVIL LIABILITY AND THE JUDICIAL AND LEGISLATIVE PROCESSES IS COVERED. LAWS AND REGULATIONS ADDRESSING RELEASE OF INFORMATION AND RETENTION OF RECORDS ARE EXAMINED, AS ARE THE LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES SURROUNDING CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION. HIT 226 - DATA APPLICATIONS AND HEALTHCARE QUALITY WITH LAB IN THE CONTEXT OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT, STUDENTS EXPLORE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR DATA SEARCH AND ACCESS. PRINCIPLES OF CLINICAL QUALITY, UTILIZATION REVIEW AND RISK MANAGEMENT ARE INTRODUCED, AS ARE ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHES, AND REGULATORY AND ACCREDITATION IMPLICATIONS OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES. METHODS, TOOLS AND PROCEDURES FOR ANALYZING DATA FOR VARIATIONS AND DEFICIENCIES ARE EXAMINED AND USED. RESEARCH TECHNIQUES AND STATISTICAL METHODS ARE APPLIED TO TRANSFORM DATA INTO EFFECTIVE INFORMATIONAL DISPLAYS AND REPORTS TO SUPPORT A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. CASE STUDIES AND PROJECTS REINFORCE LEARNING.
  • 14. EDUCATION RELATED COURSE DESCRIPTION HIT 230 - HEALTH INSURANCE AND REIMBURSEMENT STUDENTS EXPLORE REIMBURSEMENT AND PAYMENT METHODOLOGIES APPLICABLE TO HEALTHCARE PROVIDED IN VARIOUS U.S. SETTINGS. FORMS, PROCESSES, PRACTICES AND THE ROLES OF HEALTH INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS ARE EXAMINED. CONCEPTS RELATED TO INSURANCE PRODUCTS, THIRD-PARTY AND PROSPECTIVE PAYMENT, AND MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS ARE EXPLORED. ISSUES OF DATA EXCHANGE AMONG PATIENT, PROVIDER AND INSURER ARE ANALYZED IN TERMS OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLICY, REGULATORY ISSUES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OPERATING SYSTEMS. CHARGEMASTER MANAGEMENT AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CODING INTEGRITY ARE EMPHASIZED. HIT 272 - HEALTH INFORMATION PRACTICUM CAPSTONE THIS COURSE PROVIDES FURTHER SUPERVISED PRACTICE EXPERIENCE IN A HEALTH INFORMATION SETTING AT AN APPROVED EXTERNAL SITE. A MINIMUM OF 80 CLOCK HOURS IS REQUIRED AT A SITE, GENERALLY COMPLETED DURING TRADITIONAL BUSINESS HOURS. SKILLS IN AREAS SUCH AS DATA ABSTRACTION AND ANALYSIS ARE PRACTICED, AND KNOWLEDGE OF RECORD RETENTION AND RELEASE OF INFORMATION IS APPLIED. APPLICATION OF CODING SKILLS, AND OBSERVATION OF SUPERVISORY AND PLANNING ACTIVITIES, ARE DOCUMENTED. STUDENTS PREPARE A WRITTEN REPORT AND PRESENT A SUMMARY OF THEIR PRACTICAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN CLASS. PREREQUISITE: PERMISSION IS REQUIRED TO ENROLL IN THIS COURSE. HIT 272L - RHIT CERTIFICATION PREPARATION THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE REGISTERED HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNICIAN (RHIT) CERTIFICATION EXAM, WHICH DETERMINES APTITUDE IN FIVE COMPETENCY DOMAINS: HEALTHCARE DATA MANAGEMENT; HEALTH STATISTICS, BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT; HEALTH SERVICES ORGANIZATION AND DELIVERY; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS; AND ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS COMPLETE FIVE PRACTICE TESTS AND A FINAL MOCK EXAM. THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT TO PASS THIS COURSE IS 70 PERCENT. THIS COURSE IS GRADED ON A SATISFACTORY/UNSATISFACTORY BASIS.
  • 15. RESUME TIFFANY S. EBERLY H: 517-515-2025 ♦ TE1981@ATT.NET PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Recent graduate with an Associates in Applied Science Health Information Technology. Excellent research, time management and problem solving skills. Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple projects and consistently meet deadlines. There are employment gaps in my history due to having children and raising a family. For the past 3 years I have been concentrating on my education while raising my children and have maintained a high GPA since the start of my college career graduating magna cum laude. Although I have little experience in the healthcare field, my education combined with my past employment experiences makes me an ideal candidate. SKILLS Composed and professional demeanor Excellent problem solver Resourceful and reliable worker Office support (phones, faxing, filing) Close attention to detail Excellent verbal communication Adept multi-tasker WORK HISTORY Intern, 08/2016 to 10/2016 MagnumCare of Hastings – Hastings, MI Received and routed medical records. Received and processed medical records requests. Compiled and tracked outstanding balances owed to medical facilities. Accurately posted and sent out all medical claims. Precisely completed appropriate claims paperwork, documentation and system entry. Adeptly managed a multi-line phone system and pleasantly greeted all patients. Performed qualitative analysis of records to ensure accuracy, internal consistency and correlation of recorded data. Maintained strict patient and physician confidentiality. Precisely evaluated and verified benefits and eligibility. Identified and resolved patient billing and payment issues. Treated all patients, their families, visitors, peers, staff and providers in a pleasant and courteous manner. Printed and reviewed monthly patient aging report and solicited overdue payments. Prepared billing correspondence and maintained database to organize billing information. Bartender/Waitress*Cashier, 11/2011 to 05/2013 Backwoods Bar – Sunfield, MI Greeted guests in a timely and professional manner. Waited on multiple customers at the bar and throughout the bar area. Received beverage orders from wait staff and delivered beverages to guests. Enthusiastically and appealingly described food and drink specials to guests. Carefully followed safety and sanitation policies handling food and beverages. Managed strict beverage control to minimize waste. Upheld strict cash handling procedures. Managed bar revenues, ensuring that all patrons were billed and all cash properly accounted for. Telemarketer, 02/2008 to 04/2010 Wolverine Water – Lowell, MI Effectively and efficiently operated a multi-line phone system to relieve Receptionist. Successfully filled appointment slots daily for several sales representatives via cold calling. Maintained friendly and professional customer interactions. Customer Service Representative, 02/2000 to 04/2003 Filing Bishop Distributing, Co – Grand Rapids, MI Prioritized daily workflows, including all inbound calls, quotes and sales-related inquiries. Wrote sales contracts for orders obtained and submitted orders for processing. Managed wide variety of customer service and administrative tasks to resolve customer issues quickly and efficiently. Recipient of multiple positive reviews acknowledging dedication to excellent customer service. Ensured superior customer experience by addressing customer concerns, demonstrating empathy and resolving problems on the spot. Routinely answered customer questions regarding merchandise and pricing. Asked open-ended questions to assess customer needs. Recommended, selected and helped locate and obtain out-of-stock product based on customer requests. Developed reputation as an efficient service provider with high levels of accuracy. EDUCATION High School Diploma: 5/1999 Lakewood High School - Lake Odessa, MI Graduated with honors Associate of Applied Science: HIT, DeVry University - Online Graduated Magna Cum Laude Health Information Technician (RHIT) coursework Coursework in Healthcare Administration RHIT exam pending
  • 16. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING COMPLETED COURSES THROUGH DEVRY UNIVERSITY BASIC MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY HEALTH INFORMATION FUNDAMENTALS PRACTICUM ICD-10-CM & ICD-10-PCS CODING WITH LABS CPT CODING WITH LAB LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES IN HEALTH INFORMATION
  • 17. Reetha Kokx 169 Main St. Sunfield, MI,48890 517-566-7011 RKKBackwoodsBar@gmail.com 7/01/2015 To Whom It May Concern, I have known Tiffany Eberly for the 6 short years that my business has been open. I have spent many hours in her company and have come to know Tiffany's several fine qualities. Tiffany is an enthusiastic and helpful individual who displays a strong moral character. Her work ethic and determination to do the very best job provides an excellent example of her commitment and dedication. I have enjoyed interesting conversations with Tiffany where her strong communication skills and attention to other people are clearly evident. Both important qualities in the food and entertainment service. Many of our customers have dubbed her their favorite server. Tiffany has helped out in our
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