Joy Pratt

 

Full Stack Developer

Radiologic Technologist, R.T.(R)(M)

 
 
 
 
 

I am currently attending Nashville Software School (Cohort 6). It is a six month web and software development boot-camp. I am learning many new tools, with a focus on the MEAN stack: MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js. I am also working on my Bachelor's in Information Technology with a concentration in Data Management at University of Phoenix.

I am open to many different opportunities at this point. Once I have more practical experience after school, I would love to integrate my healthcare background with some data management opportunities. I am very interested in how emerging data tools can help improve healthcare in many aspects, especially research.

Projects

  

Games

 
Pirate's Booty
(Made with Phaser and Javascript)
Team Members:
  • Zoe Ames
  • Adam Barnhard
  • Sarah Pearson
  • Burger Town
    (Made with Phaser and Javascript)
    Team Members:
  • Dave Boling
  • Matt Keef
  • Full Stack Apps: MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js

     
    Casual Jams
    Mid-term individual capstone
    inTouch
    Mid-term group capstone
    Team Members:
  • Michael Barreiro
  • JoAnn Brooks
  • Sarah Pearson
  • Jessica Raines
  • Skills

     

    Languages

  • JavaScript
  • Node.js
  • AngularJS
  • HTML5
  • CSS
  • Jade
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    Databases

  • MongoDB
  • Access
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    Tools

  • Git
  • GitHub
  • Express
  • Vim
  • Atom
  • Grunt
  • Gulp
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    Operating Systems

  • Windows 8.1 and earlier
  • MacOS X and earlier
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    Microsoft Office:

  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • Outlook
  • Project
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    Resume

     

    Education

    In progress, member of Cohort 6
    Nashville Software School, Nashville, TN
     
    In progress, Data Science
    Johns Hopkins University through Coursera
     
    In progress, majoring in Information Technology
    University of Phoenix, Nashville, TN
     
    Associates in Applied Science in Radiologic Technology, August 2004
    Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA
     

    Accomplishments

     
  • Team project tied for 2nd place at Hack Nashville 6
  • Participated in the Vanderbilt Breast Center Diagnostic Management Team kick-off as a subject matter expert for mammography statistics
  • Assisted the Vanderbilt Breast Analytics Team in determining how to extract meaningful data from different sources, including Imagecast (Radiology Information System), Starpanel (Electronic Medical Record), and billing information
  • Daily in-depth use of multiple Vanderbilt systems: StarPanel, PowerScribe, Epic, Hologic systems and view-stations
  • Expert user of the mammography module in General Electric’s Imagecast, implemented changes to create and sustain accurate data input and reporting
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    Professional Experience

     

    Vanderbilt Breast Center, Nashville, TN

    April 2007 - June 2014
     
    Senior Specialty Technologist, December 2010 – June 2014
  • Super-user for Imagecast/Centricity, PowerScribe, and Hologic applications
  • Trained and supported new and current users of all systems and applications in the Breast Center
  • Coordinated between departments and support personnel to resolve any issues with PACS storage or retrieval
  • Created, implemented, and monitored protocols and workflows, including system downtime, sub-optimal studies, technical repeats, data entry, reporting statistics, and patient follow-up
  • Supervised a staff of 23 people
  • Assisted in managing patient and staff schedules
  • Compiled and calculated radiologists’ interpretive statistics semi-annually
  • Performed mammography examinations
  • Performed data entry for imaging results, procedure information, and pathology results
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    Mammographer, August 2007 – December 2010
  • Performed mammography examinations
  • Performed data entry for imaging results, procedure information, and pathology results
  • Assisted in administration tasks and file room coverage when needed
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    Administrative Assistant/Patient Care Tech, April 2007 – August 2007
  • Worked as a patient services representative (PSR)
  • Performed a variety of job responsibilities while cross-training in mammography
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    Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro, PA

    Radiologic Technologist, August, 2004 – December 2006
     
  • Performed radiologic procedures and provided patient care
  • Responsibilities included working in the emergency room, operating room, nursing home, and outpatient radiology
  • Performed film-screen radiography, CR, and DR, as well as fluoroscopy
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    Abstract:

    Levy et al., 2014. A breast analytics dashboard to allow near-real-time visualization of quality assurance data. J Clin Oncol 32, 2014 (suppl 30; abstr 186)
     

    Presentation:

    “The Evolution of BI-RADS,” Middle Tennessee Mammography Society. Nashville, TN, March, 2014
  • Approved for one category A continuing education credit through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
  • Discussed the history of the Breast Imaging- Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) and how the guidelines have changed with advances in data technology
  • Gave a brief overview of benchmarking standards and metrics that mammography centers should calculate and monitor
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    Awards

  • Mammographer of the Year at Vanderbilt Breast Center, 2010
  • Siemen’s Medical Solutions Award of Excellence for Outstanding Academic Performance, 2004
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