Looking at U: JaMese Sullivan

JaMese Sullivan

JaMese Sullivan

Each Thursday, we randomly feature a medical center employee.
This week, we learn more about:

  • Name: JaMese Sullivan
  • Hometown: Omaha
  • No. of years at UNMC: Two years and 10 months

Tell us about what you do here at UNMC.
I am a provider credential associate at the UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute. I submit provider applications, which contain information on the provider’s education, training, professional background, licensure, DEA certificate (if applicable); assist in auditing charges for health care services and review for accuracy; assist in scheduling, billing, authorizations and verification for MMI providers and patients; prepare and maintain reports of all credentialing activities; and support physician and other health care professionals in billing activities.

Teamwork is one of our ITEACH values: Tell us of a time you witnessed a person or group at UNMC exhibit this value.
Between covering the front desk in the morning and backing up my coworkers, I believe in teamwork over personal ambition. Working together helps our department complete and meet our goals. I like to encourage unity because it gives our team peace and harmony. As a team member, I make an individual commitment to a group effort so that the MMI patient information office can be a great team for our families and MMI.

What is your favorite summer activity?
Visiting new places and swimming.

List three things people may not know about you.

  • I have visited 23 states and two countries.
  • I sing and dance in my free time. I also marched in three Omaha drill teams for about 25 years.
  • I earned my M.B.A. at Sullivan University in Louisville, Ky.


  1. Stacy McIntosh says:

    Awesome article!

  2. Carol Gaebler says:

    We are so fortunate to have JaMese at MMI! She is collaborative and always energetic!

  3. JaMese Sullivan says:

    Thank you ladies!

  4. Joanne Johnson says:

    Here's lookin at you, JaMese! Kudos. You rock!

  5. Tanya M Linthicum says:

    Way to go Jamese. So very proud of you. Respectively yours, Tanya Linthicum from Louisville KY

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