As an Operations Coordinator for Global Medicine, Samantha works with and assists our Clinical and Access Coordinators to best serve our international families. This includes creating cost estimates for self-pay families, working with insurance companies to verify benefits and authorize services, generating single case agreements for non-participating insurance, procuring medical equipment and services for international patients, as well as assisting with daily operations. Samantha is dedicated to providing families with the appropriate assistance and resources they need, while helping them as best as possible with financial issues and concerns so that they can focus more on the care and health of their loved ones.
Prior to Samantha joining the Global Medicine Department in 2017, she worked as a Care Coordinator at Nassau University Medical Center in New York where she helped pioneer the DSRIP Care Transitions program and helped patients with complex medical needs navigate through the healthcare system. While working at Nassau University Medical Center, Samantha also obtained her MBA in Healthcare Administration. Samantha is very passionate about healthcare and helping others. She enjoys meeting new people and learning from the diverse population we serve in the Global Medicine department.
Education and Training
BS in Health Services Administration - James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
MBA in Healthcare Administration - Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY
Titles and Academic Titles
Operations Coordinator, Global Medicine
Departments and Services
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