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Healthcare Program Manager in East Bay CA Resume Marcia Goodman-Lavey

Healthcare Program Manager in East Bay CA Resume Marcia Goodman-Lavey

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Marcia Goodman-Lavey is an individual with a unique combination of skills and experience in healthcare law, regulatory compliance, program development and funding, project management, and personnel. She possesses expertise in occupational therapy practice and professionalism (licensure, practice building, advocacy).
Marcia Goodman-Lavey is an individual with a unique combination of skills and experience in healthcare law, regulatory compliance, program development and funding, project management, and personnel. She possesses expertise in occupational therapy practice and professionalism (licensure, practice building, advocacy).

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M
ARCIA
G
OODMAN
-L
AVEY
 ,
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W
ALNUT
C
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, CA 94596 | 925.260.3703 | MGL1414@AOL.COM
Individual with unique combination of skills and experience in healthcare law, regulatory compliance,program development and funding, project management, and personnel. Expertise in occupational therapypractice and professionalism (licensure, practice building, advocacy). Extensive work with government,industry, educational institutions and non-profit agencies. Experienced and innovative lecturer in healthcarepolicy and legislation, administration/management, entrepreneurial practices, wellness, complementary andalternative medicine, and medical ethics. Author of many professional publications.
P
ROGRAM
D
EVELOPER
 /M
ANAGER
H
EALTH
C
ARE
A
TTORNEY
 /C
ONSULTANT
 
Taught graduate-level classes in program planningand business management. As Disability ProgramCoordinator for Jewish Children & Family Services,designed and developed program to provide con-sulting, training, advocacy and support services topersons with disabilities; instrumental in obtaining$110,000 in grant funding to implement the project.
Expertise included:
Executive Education • Board Leadership
 Policy Devel
opment • Procedure Documentation
 Recruiting, Hiring, Training, Supervising Employees
Community Outreach • Management in Corporate
Setting and Medical Facilities
 
Years of pro bono services for Occupational TherapyAssociation of California: directed members to legal,ethical, and legislative resources; ADA liaison, legis-lative bill reviewer, wrote legislative updates; Chairof Government Affairs Committee, legal advisor.Maintained private practice as medical/legal con-sultant. Background in health law, medical malprac-tice, and personal injury.
Further value offered:
 
Expert in Healthcare Policy
• Scope of PracticeLegislative Bill Review • Disability AdvocacyWorker’s Compensation •
Regulatory andCompli
ance Issues Medical Ethics
 
E
DUCATOR
 /I
NSTRUCTIONAL
D
ESIGNER
O
CCUPATIONAL
T
HERAPIST
 /I
NNOVATOR
 
Over 20 years as occupational therapy practitionerproviding patient care and program development.Designed approach to ensure therapist registry re-mained compliant with new regulations. Developednovel interdisciplinary rehabilitation programfor plastic surgery patients. Involved with statelicensure effort in California. Expertise in geriatrics.NIA instructor. International experience.
Notable publications and presentations:
 Co-editor,
Occupation Therapy Manager 
(2003)(Also contributed section on political action)
“Rehabilitation for Plastic Surgery Patients,”
 Presented at International Symposium, Israel (2009)
 
Taught classes in occupational therapy at under-graduate and graduate levels. Received two facultyresearch awards from Samuel Merritt University todevelop wellness and disease prevention course, aswell as program on advocacy and political involve-ment for occupational therapists. Supervised gradu-ate students in Adult Physical Dysfunction Clinic.
Subject matter includes:
Health Law
Governmental and Health RegulationsWellness and Disease Prevention
AdvocacyBusiness Management and DevelopmentOccupational Therapy
Entrepreneurial Practice
ONORED
L
ECTURER
 ,
 
2005,
 
C
ALIFORNIA
 F
OUNDATION FOR
O
CCUPATIONAL
T
HERAPY
(CFOT)
C
ERTIFICATIONS
 /L
ICENSES
 
Attorney at Law,
Licensed in California (Member, State Bar of California)
Occupational Therapist,
Licensed by California Board of Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapist Registered,
Certified by National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
 
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 ________________________________________________________________________________________ 
 WORK EXPERIENCE
 
Occupational Therapy Practitioner
, Supplemental Health Care Registry, Daly City, CA and TherapistsUnlimited, Pleasanton, CA(2010
Present)
 Assesses, develops and implements treatment with geriatric patients in collaboration with client and medical staff  primarily in skilled nursing facilities
.
Occupational Therapy Practitioner
, Contemporary Plastic Medical Group, APCDanville, CA (2007
2011)
Provided occupational therapy services to adult patients. Developed and implemented an innovative rehabilitationand long-term wellness program for clients who received extensive plastic surgery after massive weight loss.(Presented this rehabilitation program at the International Plastic Surgery Symposium in Israel, 2009.)
Adjunct Assistant Professor
, Masters of Occupational Therapy Program, Samuel Merritt University,Oakland, CA (1999
2010)
Courses developed and instructed:
Complementary and Alternative Medicine,
 
 Adult Physical Dysfunction Clinic, Healthcare Industry,
 
 Administration/Management (Courses included, but not limited to, health policy and law issues, legislation,advocacy, business development, ethics, and wellness, occupational therapy theory and treatment.)
Medical/Legal Consultant; Educator (Attorney at Law; Occupational Therapist)
Walnut Creek, CA (1995-2010)
Consulted to solve medical and legal challenges; lectured and wrote on healthcare and legal issues.
Attorney at Law
Law Offices of Steven R. Jacobsen, Oakland, CA (2003)
Specialized in personal injury; appeared in court.
Disability Program Coordinator
 Jewish Children & Family Services, Berkeley, CA (2001 - 2002)
Designed and developed a community faith-based program for persons with disabilities in two counties, andinstrumental in obtaining grant funding for $110,000 to implement the program.
Instructor
Western Career College, Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
 ,
San Leandro, CA (1997 - 1999)
Taught Physical Dysfunction, Documentation, Human Growth and Development, Government.
Occupational Therapist
Guardian Foundation, Corte Madera, CA (1994 - 1996)
Occupational Therapy Practitioner for skilled nursing facility. Assisted in department management, developed programs, and provided education to staff.
Executive Education Manager
Pacific Bell, San Ramon, CA (1989 - 1992)
 Advised managers regarding professional development. Served on Americans with Disabilities Task Force.
 Workers' Compensation Rehabilitation Manager
 Pacific Bell, San Francisco, CA (1988 - 1989)
 Managed workers’ compensation and rehabilitation claims
.
Hand Occupational Therapist/Medical Office Manager
Contemporary Plastic Surgery Medical Group, Danville, CA (1986 - 1988)
Provided occupational therapy services to patients with hand injuries; managed plastic surgery practice.
 
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 Workers' Compensation Hearing Representative
Maloney & Associates
Aetna Insurance, Walnut Creek, CA (1985)
  Managed workers' compensation cases and represented Aetna Insurance.
Law Clerk (during law school)
Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, San Francisco, CA (1985)
 
Clerked for judge, carried out research and writing in workers' compensation issues.
Law Clerk (during law school)
San Francisco Neighborhood Legal Assistance Foundation, San Francisco, CA (1982-1983)
Carried out research and writing primarily in area of health law issues.
Occupational Therapist
 
Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel (1981-1982)
 
Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA (1980-1981)
 
Fairmont Hospital, San Leandro, CA (1978-1980)
Occupational therapy practitioner for adult clients with physical dysfunction in hospital setting.
SELECTED
C
OMMUNITY
A
ND
P
ROFESSIONAL
L
EADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
-
 
P
RO
B
ONO
 
Legal Advisor (Pro Bono)
Occupational Therapy Association of California, Sacramento, CA (1992
2010);Admin. Management Grp., American Occupational Therapy Association, Bethesda, MD (2007-2008)
Co-Chair, External Development; Board Member
California Foundation of Occupational Therapy (2006
2008)
Chair, Disabilities Task Force (
3 years)
Advisory Board Member
(3 years);
Member, Board of Directors
(2 years)
 
 Jewish Children & Family Services, Berkeley, CA (2000
2006)
Evaluated community needs for disability program in two counties. Part of team that wrote proposal and securedinitial $11,000 grant to design program. (Subsequently hired as paid staff.) Served on Advisory Task Force for newly created program. Board Member for Agency.
*
(Also, served as Chair, Disabilities Task Force, for two faith communities in Walnut Creek area.)
Board Member
(2000-2003)
 
American Occupational Therapy Political Action Committee (AOTPAC)
One of the 5 members chosen to serve on Board; represented 10-state Western region; promoted work of committeeat state and national level.
 
Chairperson, Government Affairs Committee
Occupational Therapy Association of California, Sacramento, CA (1996 - 1998
 )Ensured a proactive and timely response to legislative activity, and provided strategic direction for regulationoptions in occupational therapy.
Legislative Bill Reviewer, Government Affairs Committee
Occupational Therapy Association of California, Sacramento, CA (1994 - 1996)
Reviewed numerous legislative bills and made recommendations to support, oppose, or request changes for California legislation.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Liaison - Occupational Therapy Association of California
Occupational Therapy Association of California Monthly Newsletter, Sacramento, CA (1992 - 1994)

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