Our mission is to provide our customers with high quality, timely, value added business services that are an integral part of our customer's business environment.
The team at INTEGBUSINESS SERVICES, Inc. believes that the success of our business is measured by our customer's satisfaction in the services that we provide, the manner in which it is provided, and the timeliness in which these services are completed.
We believe in the principle of hard work. High productivity is something that our staff can be proud of. The concept of assumed responsibility is accepted. (If a task needs to get done, each employee is instructed to assume that they have the responsibility to get it done.) We strive to continue to educate our employees in areas that will help them to grow and learn more about our customers' business environment.
We take pride in the caliber of people we employ. INTEGBUSINESS SERVICES's professionals have extensive experience in health information management services. Our continuing goal is to give our professionals the support they need to get the job done. All employees are stringently screened prior to employment and are bonded and insured.
Registered Health Information Administrators (RHIA) hold a Bachelor of Science degree and pass a comprehensive examination required for registration as an RHIA by the American Health Information Management Association.
Registered Health Information Technicians (RHIT) hold an Associate degree and pass a comprehensive examination required for certification as an RHIT by the American Health Information Management Association.
Certified Coding Specialists (CCS) have passed a comprehensive coding examination given by the American Health Information Management Association. Health Information Management Technicians are experienced in technical processes of HIM departments and have a minimum of two years experience in acute care hospitals.
Health Information Management Clerks are experienced in general procedures of HIM departments and have a minimum of one year experience in acute care hospitals or have completed the competency-training program.