Pearl Shores, MBA - Clinic Administrator
- Skilled enabler across operational teams to improve process effectiveness and efficiencies
- Strong capacity to effectively lead and engage staff
- Resource for staffing and operational flow process
- Revenue qualification resource to maximize revenue collection
- Resource for IT for software conversion, implementation, maintenance
- Excellent relationships with software vendors in marketplace
- Optimize software utilization and financial reporting
- Infusion Therapy Medicare specialist
- A/R turnaround specialist
- Responsibility for employee evaluation and corrective action plan
- Member of NHIA (National Home Infusion Association)
- Speaker at 2002,2005, 2006 and 2008 National Meetings
- Served as the Chairperson of the NHIA Payer Relations Committee in 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 Current member of Payer Relations Committee
- MBA National University: Concentration: Human Services Management;
- BBA National University: Concentration: Health Service Management
- Certified Laboratory Technologist HEW
- Medical Assistant Degree
- National Home Infusion Magazine - DSO Roundtable Article Jan-Feb
- Who’s who of American Women
- Who’s who of Women Executives
- Who’s who in Medicine and Healthcare
Bobbie (Kelly) Maddox
I volunteer in the area of Community Outreach, for the Medical Centre. I am retired and am always looking for ways to serve people.
I earned an AA in General Business, from Coahoma Jr. College, in 1976 and a BS in Business Administration, from Alcorn State University, in 1978. I was selected “Who’s Who Among Students in American Jr. Colleges”.
My early employment included work as a Nurse Assistant, at the hospital and at a Day Care6. Later, I became a CNA and worked at a Nursing Home. Plus, I did in-home patient care.
While living in NY I was a Switchboard Receptionist. I transferred to Chicago, to the Accounting Department and became a Cost Accountant.
When I returned to Clarksdale, I was employed as a Permanent Substitute Teacher. I became a Floor Sales Manager with a furniture store. In 1989, I became employed with the MS Department of Corrections. Initially I was a Records Technician, then promoted to Staff Development Specialist and advanced to Training Coordinator. I lived, on the Penitentiary grounds, for 10 years. I was a member of the Emergency Response Team. I became a Certified Trainer and Certified Instructor for HIV Prevention Counseling, CPR/First Aid/AID, PPCT, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and STD. I instructed staff and Correctional Officers.
My employment as a Field Executive was with Girl Scouts of NW MS. I served three (3) counties, recruiting children and adults. I worked as a Bank Cashier, before starting work at Job Corps. We serviced young people, between the ages of 16-24. I held the titles of Test Administrator, Manager of Career Transition and Records Manager.
I earned a certificate as a volunteer for Project Head Start, Hospice Care and Cub Scouts. I earned the “Parent of the Year” award from the Drew Public School District twice. I completed the Delta Emerging Leaders Program, sponsored by Delta State University. I was a Licensed Resource (Foster) Parent for several years. I was a Campaign Manager. One of the most fulfilling things I did for me, was to earn a certificate in Carpentry for Women.
I have always been interested in serving people, which I have accepted as one of God’s gifts to me, to serve others.