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Lydia Cavieux

Lydia Cavieux

M.P.A., R.H.I.T.

Program Chair, MHM, ASHCA, BSHCA (Interim)


How I Might Be Able to Assist

I’m willing to assist my students/any student at NECB in any way I can… If you have an interest in leadership, management, healthcare, or public health initiatives, I’m more than happy to connect!

Professional Experience

New England College of Business and Finance Boston, MA
Assessment and Curriculum Manager

New York Medical College, Schools of Health Sciences and Basic Medical Sciences, Valhalla, NY
Assistant Professor – Public Health Practice / Assistant Dean & Director of eLearning/ Program Director MPH Degree

Director of Operations and Medical Education for SCP Communications/ Medscape, Inc., New York, NY

AVP Operations for US Healthcare, Greater NY Region (NY, NJ, CT, MA)

Health Centers Administrator for Kaiser-Permanente (GNY Region)

Background

Education

MPA, Health Policy and Management, New York University
Fellowship in HMO Management, Group Health Association of America
BA, Organizational and Business Communications, Emerson College
RHIT, American Health Information Management Association (Active)

Teaching Experience

Graduate:
Health Care in the United States
Organization Theory
Information Systems for the Health Care Manager
Financial Management of Health Care Organizations
Quality Improvement and Managed Care
Community and Public Health
Managed Health Care for the Clinician

Undergraduate:
Operational Management, Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Financial Management in Health Communications for the Health Care Professional
Health Care Vocabulary
Medical Coding and Billing
Health Insurance
ICD and CPT Medical Coding
Electronic Health Record and Data Analysis
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Operations Management in Health Care

Publications and Lectures

Cavieux, Lydia. Risk Management for Health Care Provider Groups – 1998 A Guide to Strategies and Resources in Capitation, Chapter 4 “Evaluating a Capitation Offer- How to Judge the Risks and Benefits” – Faulkner and Gray, Inc.

Creating a New Culture to Support Combatting Academic Dishonesty
Online Learning Consortium, Accelerate, November, 2016

Implementing an LMS Transition Project for your School
Online Learning Consortium, Accelerate, November, 2016

Preparing Faculty and Your LMS for Blended Learning Programs
Online Learning Consortium, Educational Meeting April 2016

Effective Use of Communication Technology in an Online Educational Setting
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, November 2015.

How To Best Engage Faculty in Using New Technology
Online Learning Consortium, International Meeting, October 2015.

Methods of Authentication of Online Students (for CEPH Education Session),
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, November 2009.

Other Affiliations

Surveyor, Middle States Accreditation, 2012-2016

Member, Board of Directors, AETNA of New York, 1994-2016

Active RHIT Member, American Health Information Management Association

Editorial Advisory Board Member, Drug Benefit Trends, 1996-2006

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