|By Business Wire||
|December 27, 2012 08:03 AM EST||
DocuTAP, an urgent care specific EMR, announces a record year in new client sales and revenue in 2012. As the urgent care market continues to grow year over year, DocuTAP secured big wins across a number of large enterprise chains. In 2012 American Family Care, Doctors Express and Hometown Urgent Care all made the switch to DocuTAP, validating DocuTAP’s position within the urgent care space.
DocuTAP CFO Jarrod Heinz talks with DocuTAP staff in the new office space, constructed earlier this year to accommodate the growing team. (Photo: Business Wire)
Glenn Harnett, CMO at American Family Care, states, “I have years of experience using many different EMR systems. I was tasked earlier this year to choose a new EMR and PM system for our 34-site urgent care company. After an exhaustive search with literally over 25 demos and several on-site visits we chose DocuTAP. It’s the easiest urgent care system on the market for physicians to learn. I can get a new doc up and running in one morning with seamless charting and auto coding. I have over 100 docs on the system, and acceptance has been robust and universal. Nobody would go back to our old EMR. We implemented the system in our final 20 clinics in seven weeks!”
Early in the year, DocuTAP gained the attention of Bluff Point Associates, a private equity firm based in Westport, Conn. “DocuTAP has built a distinctive platform designed specifically for the urgent care setting, improving the overall patient and physician experiences," said Kevin Fahey, Managing Director at Bluff Point Associates.
With the addition of 176 new clinics on the DocuTAP software, 60 new full-time employees and more than doubling their physical office space in Sioux Falls, S.D., 2012 has truly been a pivotal year, and DocuTAP is positioned for continued growth in 2013 and beyond. “Whether we are adding to our team in Sioux Falls or implementing new sites, DocuTAP has stayed true to our mission of being the innovator and thought leader in the urgent care space,” said Eric McDonald, CEO of DocuTAP. “Our success and growth this year is a direct result of the work that we have diligently put into creating a top-notch solution for the urgent care industry.”
DocuTAP also experienced exponential growth with its integrated Revenue Cycle Services offering. Now servicing more than 40 clinics, the DocuTAP RCS team is excited to specialize in one of the fastest growing healthcare segments in the country. As urgent care best practices continue to mature, dependence on generic EMRs and manual processes proves costly. In contrast, DocuTAP provides an easy-to-use and reliable platform that is fast becoming the standard urgent care owners rely on daily. It eliminates hard costs and improves on the number of patients that can be seen by integrating customized templates and automating valuable analytics.
For more information on DocuTAP please visit us online at www.DocuTAP.com or call us at 1-877-697-4696.
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