ClearChoiceMD Selects DocuTAP as Urgent Care Electronic Medical Records Provider

Eric McDonald, founder and CEO of DocuTAP, the country’s leading provider of integrated Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, has announced that the company has partnered with ClearChoiceMD to provide EMR and practice management software to the New Hampshire-based walk-in urgent care center.

ClearChoiceMD currently has two walk-in clinic locations with plans to expand throughout Vermont and New Hampshire.

“ClearChoiceMD has impressive goals of improving access to care through urgent care centers,” said Eric McDonald, CEO. “Through this partnership, we seek to provide clients in Vermont and New Hampshire and their patients with an integrated urgent care experience that is both efficient and effective.”

Founded in 2000, DocuTAP specializes in delivering a patient-focused EMR and practice management solution tailored to meet the unique demands of operating an urgent care clinic. DocuTAP’s distinguishing feature is its easy-to-implement, web-based platform integrated for use on mobile tablets. Streamlining patient care and physician efficiency, the company offers customizable templates, automated analytics, and valuable reporting information to clients. DocuTAP also provides convenient revenue cycle management for billing and collections. With solutions tailored to each urgent care clinic, DocuTAP prides itself in offering tools to effectively manage patient visits from registration through reimbursement, enhancing the overall patient experience.

DocuTAP has experienced significant growth through investor funding, recently receiving $11.9 million in Series B funding from leading global venture capital firms, Bessemer Venture Partners and Bluff Point Associates. This growth has allowed the company to continue to enhance its solutions and services in order to meet the ever-changing requirements of an increasingly competitive healthcare system.

With the rising healthcare demand and physician shortage, investors have become more drawn to urgent care’s potential of improved patient access and making health care accessible to all.

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