Integrity Billing ownership, leadership and staff held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 7 in collaboration with the Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the company’s move to its new location in Palm Springs.
Recognizing the need for ethical, professional, accurate billing services for the small to medium size substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health (MH) treatment facilities, Integrity Billing first opened its doors in January 2014.
Integrity Billing’s ownership consists of Chief Executive Officer Eric P. Yorlano, Chief Operating Officer Denise Corbisiero and President/Medical Advisor Dr. Nancy Lobby.
Integrity Billing is quickly becoming one of the most trusted names in revenue cycle management services for SUD facilities and MH centers. In three years, the business has grown from one to 33 employees and has outgrown its original location in Wellington.
Integrity Billing provides services to centers in nine states, works diligently to develop relationships with key industry leaders, counsels and educates dignitaries and congressman. and is instrumental in writing proposed Florida and federal legislation.
By refusing to blur any lines or partner with any business that is operating in a “gray” area, Integrity Billing stands true to its name and dedicated to its promise of “expect more.”
Clients nationwide are expecting more as a result of the superior services Integrity Billing delivers on a daily basis.
Integrity Billing prides itself on a team of more than 150 years of combined experience in the healthcare, SUD, MH and social services landscape. The staff is remarkable in their passion and determination to help others. Although they are not involved in direct patient care, Integrity Billing considers itself an integral part of a center’s clinical, administrative and operating team.
Providing services such as verification of benefits, claims management, collections, utilization management and consultation on the healthcare insurance industry, Integrity Billing plays a critical role in the advocacy of the patient and the treatment center by obtaining approval for the center to provide lifesaving services and ensuring that those services are reimbursed at appropriate rates. “We want to be a cog in the wheel of someone else’s long-term sobriety,” Yorlano said.
For more information, visit www.integritybillingco.com.