Meet Gabe! Gabe is a valued team member on our Sales team. He has been a part of ProviderTrust for the past four years. Gabe continually provides us with many laughs, has led countless trivia games, and most importantly brings our favorite PT Employee – Riley – to the office. We are so lucky to have him be a part of our team!
Tell us about yourself and what you do for ProviderTrust.
In the simplest terms, I help solve problems! I work with clients who are looking to save time, energy, and money when staying compliant in the healthcare space. There are so many things pulling compliance and HR teams in every direction, I help solve the problem of “how do we do this more efficiently?”
How long have you worked at ProviderTrust?
I’m coming up on my 4 year anniversary at ProviderTrust!
Tell us about your first role at ProviderTrust and how you transitioned into your new role.
I started my time with ProviderTrust as a client success manager being a resource for our enterprise clients and working with them to continually get the most out of our data and software. After 3 years of building some amazing relationships, I continually saw just how much we help the teams we work with. With that experience, I wanted to start working with folks who had never heard of ProviderTrust and help them achieve the same results as the clients I had worked with over the years. I know first hand how much we can improve processes and I was excited to share that with others.
What is your favorite memory at ProviderTrust?
My favorite memory at ProviderTrust was the holiday celebration in 2018. Getting to experience all of the entertainment and music Nashville has to offer with my coworkers who had become such great friends was an amazing time! We work so hard over the course of the year and it was great to be able to relax and enjoy each other’s company. Getting to celebrate the work we had done while singing and dancing will always be a great memory!
What is something you’re proud of?
I’m extremely proud of the relationships I’ve built both inside of the organization and with my clients. Even though I’ve switched roles, I still talk to the clients I worked with regularly and love getting to know them not only in a client/vendor relationship, but getting to know them on a personal level. I love hearing about their families and getting to build relationships with so many amazing people who work in this space!
What is your favorite value at ProviderTrust and why?
It’s no surprise that my favorite value of PT is Building Open, Honest, and Diverse Relationships. The connections I’ve made here at PT have changed my life forever, and I believe that’s really why PT was started. We want to help teams achieve their goals, and I believe the best way to do that is by building honest relationships. We extend past just transactional interactions and move into real connections that can achieve so much.
Looking back on the last year, what is something significant that has happened to you?
The big news in my year is that my wife and I were able to buy a new home in Nashville! I’ve been in Nashville for the better part of 10 years, and finding a home where we can grow was important to us. After several months of looking, we found the perfect place for us and I could not be more excited!
What projects are you excited about next?
I’m really excited about how we are changing the ordering and referring physician monitoring space. This has been a growing pain point in the industry, and we have been extremely creative and innovative in the way we’re helping organizations stay compliant with a population that’s hard to track and even harder to monitor. I’m excited to share these innovations with clients who are experiencing the pain of staying on top of this tricky population!
What does smarter and safer healthcare mean to you?
Smarter and safer healthcare to me means automating the work that can be done by technology to free up the time for humans to do the work they need to support their team and their patients. So much time is spent doing work that limits the ability to critically think, solve larger problems, and ultimately can take away the focus on the thing that matters most, helping patients. Being smarter means having the right people seeing patients, limiting fraud and waste, and giving the resources to teams that want to make healthcare better. I’m so extremely proud of the work we do at ProviderTrust.
Who in your life has inspired you lately?
I’m constantly inspired by my best friend of many years in his attempt to make the world a better place. At 32, he went back to school to become a nurse and since graduating I can see the impact he’s made on patient lives. To go back to school and make a career change is so hard, and he’s taken the task head on and it’s paid off with every patient he’s helped! Well done, Brian!