With the holidays approaching quickly, we wanted to take a few moments to acknowledge and give thanks to each of our valuable team members here at Revenue Management Corporation (RMC). To kick off our featured Give Thanks Campaign, our team is thrilled to introduce you to, Chuck Taylor.
Chuck is an employee relations expert, known for creating an exceptional company culture with his empathetic and strategic approach to training and customer service. He joined our team as the Director of Employee Relations in June 2016. In his role, Chuck is responsible for ensuring team members are correctly on-boarded and trained and is a liaison for RMC’s valued customers.
Without further ado, please allow us to introduce Chuck! Read on for a chance to get to know him a bit better – in his own words. Feel free to keep the thankful wagon rolling by reaching out to him directly via email (email@example.com).
How did you get into the medical billing industry?
I first started working in the industry keying charges part-time. I quickly realized I enjoyed what I was doing but have always been a numbers guy, so I applied for the posting department then worked my way to become Director of Employee Relations.
What do you do at Revenue Management Corporation?
As an RMC Team Member, my responsibilities are to ensure employees are adequately on-boarded, trained, meet HIPAA compliance, and to be a liaison for many of our valued customers.
What’s your proudest professional accomplishment to date?
My most impressive professional achievement was being a part of small start-up companies and spearheading the success in the growth through talent acquisition and employee retention. During my career I have given it my all and have seen tremendous growth — my reputation is known for contributing to collaborative success.
What are you most excited to do here at Revenue Management Corporation?
Medical Billing is continuously changing. That said, I am looking forward to supporting our team and providing our valued customers the knowledge and tools required to sustain profitability.
Who inspires you?
My Grandparents inspire me. Mainly because of their selflessness and always having a great attitude despite any situation.
What do you like to do in your free time?
In my free time I love spending time with family/friends, zip lining, visiting wineries, and taking road trips to explore local flare.
What is your favorite “at bat” song?
“Stronger” by Kelly Clarkson. We always get through it and come out stronger in the end.
What are you thankful for?
Mercy, I have so much to be thankful for. I'm blessed to be in the United States of America where many want to be. I am also fortunate to have my family and friends supporting me 110%. I really can’t ask for anything more.