CareSouth Carolina honors Feagin

CareSouth Carolina proudly presented William Feagin, Director of Revenue Maximization at the South Carolina Primary Healthcare Association (SCPHCA), with the Community Partnership Award.

The accolade recognizes outstanding local organizations and leaders who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to partnering with CareSouth Carolina to enhance community well-being.

The Community Partnership Award was bestowed upon William Feagin in recognition of his dedication to strengthening CareSouth Carolina’s collaborative efforts and his instrumental role in promoting the organization’s mission to provide exceptional patient-centered health and life services. With over 11 years of experience at the SCPHCA, Feagin has successfully provided vital training and technical assistance to finance departments, specifically focusing on billing and coding strategies.

Feagin’s extensive expertise also encompasses conducting comprehensive revenue cycle assessments, a vital process that he was invited to undertake at CareSouth Carolina. Through this collaborative initiative, Feagin and his team look for opportunities and challenges, devising innovative strategies to streamline processes and make things more efficient.

“It was a complete and total shock,” Feagin expressed upon receiving the award. “I was thankful for the opportunity to be able to help. I grew up in Boy Scouts—I am an Eagle Scout—within the organization, there’s a group called the Order of the Arrow. For that, one of the oaths that we take is to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others. I take that to heart. For me, personally, being recognized for what I’ve done and worked hard to follow my entire life is a great honor.”

CareSouth Carolina’s executive leadership commended Feagin for his exemplary contributions and shared enthusiasm for service.

Author: Stephan Drew

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