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Sioux Falls-based DocuTap has hit another growth spurt.
The health IT company has opened new offices in Atlanta and St. Louis as part of a 70-person expansion. DocuTap now has 330 employees, including 269 based in downtown Sioux Falls.
Earlier this year, it acquired Clockwise.MD, a provider of patient-engagement software. It enhanced the DocuTap product offering with online scheduling, wait-time management, communication and feedback.
“The urgent care industry has a unique set of needs unlike other health care sectors, with a strong emphasis on patient experience and provider satisfaction,” said Eric McDonald, CEO of DocuTap. “DocuTap has been able to focus directly on these specific market requirements and deliver a comprehensive solution that helps our customers streamline operations and improve outcomes for physicians, patients and office workers alike. Because of this, in addition to our strategic new hires, DocuTap is in a position to carry this momentum into 2018 and beyond.”
DocuTap’s products, which include electronic medical records and practice-management software, serve more than 1,400 on-demand health care practices and primary care clinics worldwide.
Now, DocuTap’s Clockwise product also will be available through Epic Systems’ App Orchard, a program allowing hospitals and clinics to browse third-party digital health products that have been integrated with Epic in an effort to ensure better management of patient records.
New additions to the executive team based in Sioux Falls include Matt Blosl, chief revenue officer; Monte Sandler, executive vice president of revenue cycle management; and Adam Steinberg, senior vice president of account management.
Blosl leads the sales, marketing and operations teams for DocuTap. He previously held a similar role scaling technology companies across a wide range of verticals.
“We believe on-demand services are the future of health care. So we are expanding our team and aggressively growing our business to provide solutions that allow these on-demand health care providers to deliver a superior patient experience,” Blosl said.
As DocuTap expands geographically, it has created “a steady stream of people in and out of Sioux Falls,” he added.
Visitors “are always commenting on how nice the city is — in particular our people and downtown,” he continued. “I love that they take that perspective of Sioux Falls back to their major cities.”
Sandler previously worked at one of the largest ambulatory health care IT companies in the country, NextGen Healthcare, building the team and processes that grew the RCM revenue by a factor of five.
“DocuTap has long been a pioneer in the industry,” Sandler said. “As such, I’m thrilled about the opportunity to continue the company’s mission of creating a better urgent care experience by helping our customers spend less time on billing and more time on taking care of patients, growing their clinics and reaching operational excellence.”
With more than 20 years of experience in strategy, finance, operations and client relations, Steinberg is responsible for management of client relationships and coordination of deliverables. Before accepting his role at DocuTap, Steinberg held a comparable position at NextGen Healthcare.
Sioux Falls-based DocuTap has hit another growth spurt. Here’s where the company is expanding.