Saad Hussain

Director Operations / Compliance Officer

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“Try not to become a man of success, rather a man of value.” ~ Albert Einstein I have worked in the entire healthcare spectrum. I started in clinical space, moved to the research arena and finally to healthcare administration. I deal with healthcare contracting, licensing, accreditations, audits, third-party vendors, wholesalers, manufacturers, GPO's, and oversee 340B operations as well.

Work experience

Jun 2015 - Present

ASP Cares

Compliance Officer / Director Operations

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Oct 2014 - Present

Mayo Clinic

Post Doc Research Fellow

I was shadowing Dr. Kumar in the clinics and on the transplant service. He being professor of medicine and into teaching set-up rotations in a way that I had maximum opportunity to enhance my medical knowledge, clinical reasoning and communication skills. I am also doing multiple clinical projects with him most of them are on the verge of completion. a) Impact of serum Alpha 1-Acid Glycoprotein (AAG), a potential patient selection marker for Filanesib, on survival and response to conventional therapies in patients with Relapsed Multiple Myeloma (RMM). b) Multiple myeloma co-existing with other lymphoid malignancies. c)Survival in patients with Light chain amyloidosis

Nov 2015 - Jan 2016

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

Externship

I completed one elective block with UH Infectious Disease from November 10, 2015 through December 7, 2015- and UH Wards from December 8, 2015 through January 5, 2016. Basically I was working as an intern responding to consults as well as managing the patients on the floor hands on as UNM arranged for my training state license, DEA and NPI number.

Aug 2015 - Sep 2015

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

Observership

The inpatient neurology service at the University Hospital includes a stroke service in addition to a general neurology service, I along with other neurology residents and the attending neurologist took care for patients with acute cerebrovascular, neuromuscular, epileptic and other acute neurologic conditions. I used and became familiar with MOCA and NIH Stroke scales.On the consultation service, we as a team evaluated patients on other specialty services. Out patient clinics were also a good learning experience. Sessions in neuroradiology and EEG improved my depth of knowledge in these areas.

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Jul 2015 - Aug 2015

Mayo Clinic

Observership

I rotated with Dr. Rizvi with the primary intent being to observe clinical practice in a U.S. setting. (the methodology, language and phrases commonly used; the method of dealing with patients, nurses, physicians & hospitals; ordering lab, X-rays, other tests, etc.). I was able to interview patients,perform a brief physical exam and follow up on them during their course of hospital stay. I also attended the morning conferences, grand rounds and dismissal meetings.

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Jun 2015 - Jul 2015

Mayo Clinic

Observership

I was shadowing Dr. Gangat on the acute leukemia service, attended the morning conferences, teaching grand rounds and dismissal meetings. During the rotations I interacted with the patients, followed their progress and observed the procedures that were performed.

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Jul 2012 - Oct 2014

Mayo Clinic

Post-Doc Research Fellow

Dr. Redfield was assinged as my primary mentor when i got enrolled into the mayo graduate school for my clinical and translational science program. My primary project, 'Coronary Microvascular Rarefaction and Myocardial Fibrosis in Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction', was published in Circulation and an editorial was written on it. I also received a direct letter from Eugene Braunwald (father of modern cardiology) praising my contribution to literature. Another project I am currently working is Myocardial and pulmonary vascular changes associated with heart failure with normal and elevated pulmonary arterial pressures.

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Aug 2014 - Sep 2014

Mayo Clinic

Externship

I worked with Dr. Yasir in the division of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. I attended numerous slide review sessions including teaching cases as well as daily clinical sign outs.While reviewing slides, I covered almost all the fundamental aspects of histology and surgical pathology including gastrointestinal tract, breast, genitourinary tract, head & neck, skin and soft tissue. I reviewed bread and butter as well as complex pathology cases and performed meaningful clinico-pathologic correlation.

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Aug 2013 - Sep 2013

Mayo Clinic

Observership

I worked with Dr.Sohail in the Travel and Tropical Medicine clinic this summer. In a matter of few days, I was able to master the fundamentals of Travel and Tropical Medicine consultation and was comfortable discussing preventive strategies for travel-related infections such as malaria, typhoid, traveler’s diarrhea, other vaccine preventable diseases as well as non-infectious issues such as jet lag, motion sickness, altitude sickness, DVT prevention, etc

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Jul 2012 - Aug 2012

The Jackson Clinic

Observership

I shadowed Dr.Shah in the outpatient Cardiology clinic, accompanied him to the hospital to do inpatient Cardiology consults and observed procedures including Cardiac Catheterization and Echocardiography.On several evenings I joined him in the nuclear lab to read stress tests as well.

Jul 2009 - Jun 2010

Arrahma Hospital For Mental Health

Internship

I was given comprehensive orientation in Psychiatry, both in clinical and theory. Psychiatric cases to write up along with discussions for academic awareness,with multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis,following detailed interview and psychiatric formulations. I was given adequate insight to enhance my communication skills. I observed various modalities of treatment including psycho-therapeutic processes.

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Sep 2009 - Oct 2009

Hidalgo Medical Services

Externship

This Clerkship was an outpatient community-based rotation, during which I acquired and applied core basic and clinical science knowledge about common FM conditions. I communicated skillfully with patients and their families with attention to relationship and engaged listening and emphasis on accurate history taking, patient illness perspectives, values, and preferences. I was exposed to the role of physicians, particularly those in primary care, around public health promotion and population health

Education

2018 - 2020

Apexus

Apexus Advanced 340B Operations Certificate

2017 - 2019

CCB

CHC , Health/Health Care Administration/Management

2013 - 2014

Mayo Gradudate School

Clinical and Translational Science, Medicine

2003 - 2009

National University of Science and Technology

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Bachelor of medicine, Bachelor of surgery

C.H.C.

CCB

CHC

Compliance Certification Board (CCB)

CHC ( Certification Healthcare Complince )

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