Denver, CO-based national consulting firm providing affordable, high-quality solutions for healthcare providers in the following areas: EHR Selection, EHR Implementation, EHR Consulting, Meaningful Use Consulting, HIT Consulting, Technology Consulting, HIPAA Privacy, HIPAA Security, ICD-10 Readiness, ICD-10 Consulting, OSHA Safety, OSHA Compliance and OSHA Consulting.
We are here to help – HTCS’s exceptional team of consulting talent and our focused, specific skill sets coupled with years of technological and clinical experience will help you align your IT investments with your highest priorities and fix your most urgent issues.
What is your time worth?
Staying abreast of the ever-evolving HIT Landscape is a formidable task at best. With regulations and deadlines changing almost daily, healthcare professionals face significant…
Keeping your business compliant
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) addresses the security and privacy of health data. The act regulates the healthcare industry…
Health Information Technology (HIT) provides the umbrella framework to describe the comprehensive management of health information across…
Focus on Safety
More professionals are injured in the healthcare and social assistance industry sector than any other. In 2010, the healthcare and social assistance industry reported…
Our goal is to provide our clients with an exemplary service experience while creating a custom-tailored consulting and/or technology services offering that exceeds their expectations. We value every client, no matter how small or large, and are committed to providing a ‘personal touch’ with the utmost attention to detail and service. We are always just a phone call or email away to respond to your questions, needs or concerns.
–Chris Richards, Founder and Chief Executive Officer - HTCS
As a Board Member of one of the largest Primary Care Organizations in Southeast Montana, I have helped guide the transition from paper records to electronic. We implemented a popular EHR System just over four years ago, but have only begun to receive federal reimbursements related to Meaningful Use within the past six months. Had we had the guidance and expertise of HTCS, I am confident we would have achieved these milestones in a significantly shorter amount of time.
–Diane Duin, PhD, Dean - Montana State University Billings School of Allied Health Professions