118 W 2nd Street
PO Box 428
Delphos, KS 67436
877-212-2642 Ext. 101
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Providing Service in the
following States:

• Kansas
• Oklahoma
• New Mexico

Servicing these
Kansas Counties:

• Cherokee County
• Cloud County
• Comanche County
• Gray County
• Greeley County
• Hamilton County
• Jefferson County
• Marshall County
• Meade County
• Morton County
• Ottawa County
• Pratt County
• Rawlins County
• Riley County
• Wallace County


• AHIMA- American Health Information Management of America
• NFIB- National Federation of Independent Small Business
• KEMTA- Kansas Emergency Medical Technician Association

KEMSA- Kansas Emergency Medical Service Association
• BBB - Better Business Bureau

Prepared for the Future

Experience with ICD10-CM in 2015, and with ObamaCare coming in full effect in 2014 it will be a complete overhaul to the insurance world.

Most healthcare professionals choose a career in medical services because they wanted to help people. However, today's medical professionals find themselves inundated with paperwork related to insurance claims, patient billing and patient records.

We do the paperwork for you so that you can focus on what you do best: taking care of your patients! Choose from a complete range of file management and billing services, including filing of primary and secondary claims, patient billing , and preparation of monthly reports.

Located in a small town- we bring with us small town values: honesty, hardwork, dependable service and experience!

Established in 1996- HIPAA compliant

Choose from any or all of our services on a temporary or permanent basis.

• Electronic filing of primary insurance claims
• Filing of secondary claims
• Rescue on or off site billing
• Crendential Services
• Sending out monthly patient statements
• Posting payments
• Creating month-end reports for provider

RHIT (Registered Health Information Tech) on Staff

Professionals holding the RHIT credential are health information technicians who:

• Ensure the quality of medical records by verifying their completeness, accuracy and proper entry into computer systems.
• Use computer applications to assemble and analyze patient data for the purpose of improving patient care or controlling costs.
• Often specialize in coding diagnoses and procedures in patient records for reimbursement and research.