DocuTap lays off two dozen

Jan. 11, 2018

Sioux Falls-based DocuTap laid off about two dozen employees this week in what it called a strategic restructuring.

As need for on-demand care has increased, the company has experienced significant growth, both organically and through acquisition, DocuTap said in a statement, causing it to make staffing adjustments to align with the direction of the industry.

“The ongoing pursuit of our mission to create better urgent care experiences and help our customers achieve operational excellence requires us to continuously expand our product suite and service offerings,” it said.

“In order to keep up with growing demand and to support further innovation, we must continue to evaluate employee skill sets that will be most impactful for the company and our customers. As a result, we’ve made some strategic new hires and staff adjustments to ensure we’re able to provide urgent care clinics with the specific tools they need to grow their own businesses and provide high quality care.”

DocuTap employs about 250 people in Sioux Falls.

“Staffing changes are decisions that we do not take lightly,” the company said. “We remain steadfast in our dedication to both the Sioux Falls community and the on-demand health care market and are excited for what the future holds.”

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DocuTap lays off two dozen

Sioux Falls-based DocuTap laid off about two dozen employees this week in what it called a strategic restructuring.

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