Medical Economics Names DocuTAP a Top 100 Electronic Health Records Company
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Dec. 3, 2013 — DocuTAP, the country’s leading provider of integrated electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, has been named to Medical Economics’ 2013 Top 100 Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems list. The publication, a trusted business resource for physicians and other health care professionals, selected the list from 729 companies offering certified EHR systems, specifically targeting medical providers.
“We are proud to be named a top 100 electronic health records company,” said Eric McDonald, CEO of DocuTAP. “This exclusive ranking helps validate the high level of service and functionality we provide each and every one of our clients. We truly strive for only the best results, and are dedicated to assisting our customers throughout the implementation process to ensure stronger client relationships and increased patient satisfaction.”
Physicians utilizing EMRs depend on the technology to manage patient panels and meet future economic and clinical challenges.Medical Economics’ Top 100 EHR list was created to help these physicians make purchasing decisions by examining the key metrics of each company including estimated annual revenue, certification, Meaningful Use Stage 2 certifications, estimates of users, system capabilities, platform and other areas.
The EMR sphere continues to grow and evolve due to an increased reliance by physicians on these systems. According to a recent Black Book survey, however, 80 percent of doctors surveyed are dissatisfied with the usability and functionality of their EHR systems. To solve this issue, DocuTAP works directly with health care providers to create and implement a product that fully integrates practice management to suit their practice’s needs.
The company has continued to grow with funding from outside sources, recently receiving $11.9 million in Series B funding, led by leading global venture capital firm, Bessemer Venture Partners. With this financial backing and stability, the company is accelerating sales and increasing their market presence more than ever before. Over the past two years, DocuTAP has been able to expand its reach from 10 clients to 650 urgent care facilities around the country. This growth represents DocuTAP’s role in advancing its overall service of patients and the development of its product, allowing the company to better serve urgent health care facilities nationwide.
DocuTAP provides urgent care practices with an innovative approach to workflow management. Its flagship product, DocuTAP’s EMR and Practice Management software, fully integrates practice management and electronic medical records capabilities in one complete system. DocuTAP software features automated and customizable tools that enhance healthcare providers’ ability to deliver and manage patient care. Our experienced, knowledgeable staff is committed to improving the delivery of high-quality healthcare. For more information on DocuTAP, visit http://www.docutap.com.