We’ve found a way to transform our clients’ coding, CDI and auditing experience.And we can make it work for your health system too.
TrustHCS is a healthcare advisory and staffing services company for ambulatory, acute and post-acute care organizations. We build bridges between coding, coding compliance and CDI to deliver quantifiable advancements in cost reduction, revenue cycle acceleration and revenue integrity improvement.
Credentialed staff, clinicians and strategic partners deliver our services in a cost-effective, accountable way with measurable and sustainable results. From coding and CDI staffing to denials management, auditing and clinical documentation advisory services, boosting your revenue performance is our primary objective.
Everything we do helps revenue cycle leaders, HIM directors, CDI leaders and CDI managers understand gaps in their workflow, support their productivity efforts, and put better processes into practice.
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Our Motto – Trust is Earned.
This means everything to us. It is a defining attribute that is important enough to make our name, yet fragile enough that it can be ruined with a single word or action.
Our Mission – Help our clients succeed.
Our singular, passionate focus. Our most valuable currency is our reputation so we must always invest in our clients and build our company through relationships, referrals, and stewardship. We want to be the most valuable relationship they have.
Our Goal – build value by helping:
- Reduce Operating Costs
- Accelerate Revenue Cycle
- Improve Revenue Integrity
- Mutually beneficial
2010 – TrustHCS founded
2012 – Expansion into CDI advisory services and staffing
2013 – Company launches coder academy
2015 – Private equity firm invests in TrustHCS
The company we keep
There are no islands in healthcare. No single company can do it all, nor should they. Our partnerships are grounded in a shared commitment to quality healthcare and customer service excellence.
Torrey Barnhouse, Founder and CEO of TrustHCS has a passion for hope. In 2004 he joined a Springfield, MO based nonprofit organization dedicated to meeting the needs of impoverished people in Nicaragua, Central America. Project H.O.P.E., Inc. is an interdenominational Christian service organization with work centers in Nicaragua, Central America, the poorest Spanish-speaking country in the western hemisphere. The organization is completely volunteer-driven in the States, though staff in Nicaragua receive a salary for their work with our children and families.
The organization’s primary areas of ministry are: pastor training, medical and dental outreach, home construction, preschools, evangelical festivals, water projects, abstinence programs, social programs and community development.