Janci Demyun, MPH

Janci Demyun, MPH

Program Associate

Summary

Fifteen years' healthcare industry and medical education experience. 

Objective

Driven, creative, articulate individual seeking account management position with technology-driven, healthcare or healthcare client-based organization.

Interest

Committees:

  • Facilitator for Emory University Hospital provider Pledge,2013–present
  • Emory University Department of Medicine (DOM) Education Advisory Committee, Member, 2009–present
  • Council of Emory Residency Training Program Administrators (CERTA), Best Practices Committee Member, 2009–present
  • Congenital Heart Disease To Cardiology Fellows In An Adult Cardiology Training Program, Nov. 2009
  • DOM Mentoring Steering Committee, Member, 2009–2010
  • Emory University Transforming Community Project, Dialogue Participant, 2008

Community Involvement

  • Chairperson, Planning & Fundraising Committee,  Exeter, England Choir in Residence Trip, St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choir, Atlanta, GA  (present)
  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choir member, Alto Two, Atlanta, GA  (2005–present)
  • Volunteer, Crossroads Community Outreach 90-day program for the homeless - St. Luke’s Episcopal Church (2005)

Work History

Work History
Feb 2007 - Present

Program Associate

Emory University

Graduate medical education programs across the United States have been faced with ever-stricter accreditation requirements. Due to threats of government control over medical residency and fellowship programs, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) was created instead to monitor educational and duty hours standards. Emory University's School of Medicine (SOM) has the largest internal medical residency program in the country. It also has the largest Cardiology Fellowship Program, including three advanced sub-specialties.  At Emory's SOM, I am the subject–matter expert on accreditation requirements, advising five program directors on these annually-updated requirements to ensure compliance.

Responsibilities include:

• Point–person for accreditation site visit document preparation

• Design evaluation forms and process for: program, faculty, fellow, multi–source, procedural competency and rotation

• Manage evaluation data in New Innovations Residency Management Suite (RMS) software for five programs

• Revise, update, develop process and materials for and present four Program orientations, including: electronic and

paper manuals, preparing notices on RMS and Blackboard, revising, organizing and disseminating curricula, ensuring

RMS and university enrollments

• Monitor and manage completion of Online ECG tests in CardioSource Plus for Institutions™; report on results

• Write, develop and create materials, information and reference tools on Division website, Blackboard and RMS

• Collaborate with fellows to create, design and develop digital reference library on Blackboard

• Counsel fellows on NRSA Training Grant policies; coordinate pre‐award process of fellow NIH grant opportunities

• Assist fellows in award receipt process to ensure appropriate allocation of funds from private grants

• Research Online journals for inclusion in curricula

• Coordinate CITI certifications to ensure fellows’ compliance with Emory human subject research guidelines

• Train fellows and faculty on RMS to record and confirm procedures, enter duty hours and complete evaluations

• Execute activities for two annual Fellowship events for Division: Graduation Banquet and New Fellows’ Picnic

• Track attendance in RMS for conferences and prepare attendance reports; monitor fellows’ duty hour requirements

• Manage activities of work–study student

Dec 1997 - Jan 2008

Independent Freelance

Schuon Kitchens & Baths, Atlanta, GA (12/06 – 1/08) 

• Wrote marketing plan, which kept advertising initiatives on strategy

• Wrote and designed website, which improved the sales process and increased awareness

SFI, Atlanta, GA (9/01 – 10/02)

• Designed, developed, implemented one-on-one Online tutorial training program for 700 of SFI’s client’s employees

• Reported to SFI on training evaluation results: training reduced client customer service complaints by 90%

• Training program also met SFI objectives to increase Online orders versus fax orders—100% increase

• Designed and wrote a reporting and training tracking system, which increased internal and external communications

• Created mouse pad and rolodex as mechanism to reinforce training concepts

Adair–Greene, Atlanta, GA (9/01 – 10/02)

Wrote training manuals to support strategic initiatives for Varilux™ lenses

GDA Communications, Wilmington, DE (12/97 – 9/98) 

• Wrote proposals to support new business development initiatives to existing pharmaceutical clients

• Managed development of sales aids and collateral materials, which improved sales and training

Aug 1993 - Aug 1996

Sales & Marketing Training Specialist

Independence Blue Cross

• Trained 200+ sales representatives and managers on product knowledge and Managed Care to support objectives ofmerger• Created, designed, developed three-part seminar series-compiled material from Medical subject-matter experts• Developed seminar series for CD-ROM instruction for new hires• Designed lecture seminar to support new product offering: Total Care-a self-sufficient healthcare facility• Managed grading and requirements for CE in PeopleSoft-developed courses to meet States' CE requirements• Managed work of administrative assistant

Mar 1990 - Mar 1991

Education Director

National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU)

• Developed and implemented marketing strategies for new employee benefits designation program: REBC

• Managed work of two national educational program committees

• Managed activities of national designation program including registration, grading and program promotion

• Created and edited educational publications to meet state Continuing Education regulatory requirements

• Presented workshops to NAHU state and local association members

• Managed work of administrative assistant

Nov 1988 - Mar 1990

Program Manager

The Saenger Organization

• Managed University of Delaware’s Professional Development Program for Insurance professionals

• Recruited, hired, managed activities of 160+ faculty in tri–state area—developed evaluation process

• Developed network of sponsors to meet budgetary constraints

• Managed work of administrative assistant

Education

Education

B. A. English–Literary Non-Fiction & Poetry; Minor, French

The Pennsylvania State University
Sep 2009 - Dec 2014

Masters of Public Health (MPH)

Emory University
Jan 1996 - Aug 1998

Master of Business Administration & Publication Mgmt.

Drexel University

Enrolled and completed 50% coursework prior to relocating to Atlanta, GA

Skills

Skills

Qualitative Research

Co-authored journal article for a study in which I was a co-investigator: "Enhancing Patients’ Experiences during Consent for Cardiac Catheterization: A Pilot Study of a Tablet-Based Graphics Application," which was submitted to the American Journal of Medicine in June 2014.  

Abstracts

    Co-authored abstract submission with Emory Cardiology faculty for the ACGME, titled Transitions In Care: Teaching Adult  

French

Certifications

Certifications

Continuing Education

Emory University
Jun 2000 - Aug 2001

Graphic Design

The Creative Circus, Atlanta, GA