National Association of Professional Women Announces Carolyn M. Hutt, Director of Reimbursement Support Services at McKesson Specialty Health, as VIP Woman of the Year

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Carolyn M. Hutt, CMA (AAMA), CPC, CPC-I, is recognized as an NAPW VIP Woman of the Year for her outstanding leadership and commitment within her profession.

Carolyn M. Hutt, CMA (AAMA), CPC, CPC-I has attained the highest level of membership to the National Association of Professional Women as a VIP Woman of the Year and has been recognized for outstanding leadership and commitment within her profession. She is the Director of Reimbursement Support Services for McKesson Specialty Health where patients are able to receive all inclusive community based services under one roof.

What sets Ms. Hutt apart as an expert in her field is her outstanding depth of knowledge of medical coding. She taught E/M coding and documentation for the Clarkson physician residency programs and was adjunct faculty for coding, anatomy, medical terminology and E/M documentation and auditing at Omaha College Health Careers.

Ms. Hutt was awarded the U.S. Oncology Customer Service award in 2009 and was recognized by ABI for outstanding achievements. She received her diploma in medical assisting from Omaha College of Health Careers and is currently involved with AAPC,AAMA, ACCC. Ms. Hutt was the recipient of the customer service award at U.S. Oncology in 2009.

In March of 2013, she became a delegate for the IWLA and is currently writing a book and teaching coding and certification at the McKesson Corporation. Ms. Hutt is the project lead on ICD10, which is government mandated and is working on a future goal of starting her own consulting business. She plans to continue her success as an educator and become a national speaker for physicians, coders, and students while hosting seminars and training programs. A distinguished author and educator, Ms. Hutt plans to write more books and have them published. Ms. Hutt is being recognized for her fearless pursuit of professional and personal fulfillment and her achievements as a role model for all women. In this respect, she leads by example. She is an inspiration to all who are touched by her devotion to her profession and for her contributions in the medical field.

The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is a dynamic business network where nearly 500,000 accomplished, professional women come together to interact, exchange ideas and empower themselves. Through the extensive network of close to 400 NAPW Local Chapters nationwide, like-minded members make use of online networking, educational tools and many other valuable privileges of NAPW membership.

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