Definition of Integrity: 1) The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness; 2) the condition of being unified, unimpaired, or sound in construction.
“Integrity” is a lonely word these days.
Needless to say, the news is saturated by events that stem from a lack of “integrity”, a lack of sound judgement, and honest and healthy conduct. No matter how we feel about these events, no one can disagree that “integrity” has an ever increasing value in our society these days, yet remains elusive for people and businesses alike.
At iData, we strive to provide the best possible products and services for medical documentation including transcription and coding, using the highest codes of conduct, internal and external to our business. This is an essential value that permeates everything we do from keeping our word to you, treating our employees as family, conducting our affairs ethically and legally, and supporting the work-life balance of our team. No less important is our attention to the integrity of our medical documents.
IT ALL BEGINS AND ENDS WITH INTEGRITY.
Contact iData to learn more about how we can employ our corporate culture that values integrity at all levels of the business, and incorporates it into the very things we do: maintain the integrity of your documents! For more information about Document Integrity Auditing, and back-up vendor solutions, check us out at iDataMedical.com.
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