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 Kimberly joining the Global Medicine Department in 2018, she worked in multiple facets of finance at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) as a Collections Analyst, Financial Coordinator and most recently as a Patient Cost Estimation specialist where she served as a liaison for families and internal staff seeking cost estimation quotes as it relates to a patient’s out-of-pocket expenses. While working as a Financial Counselor at CHOP, Kimberly also obtained her MS in Healthcare Administration. Kimberly is very dedicated to healthcare and advocating for our global patients. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as learning from the diverse population we serve in the Global Medicine department.
Education and Training
BS in Planning and Public Policy - Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
MS in Healthcare Administration - Saint Joseph’s, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Patient Experience Ratings
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