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Great for urgent care check in and check out; easy for front office work and scanning in paperwork to the system.
Fast and efficient. This product can really help you move patients through the facility. Fast charting and user-friendly data input.
Great EMR for urgent care. ease of use, very intuitive. Easy to see which charts are not complete.
Overall a great product in the capacity we use it for. Our primary use is for the clinical side of patient care.
DocuTAP is a great tool from beginning to end. Easy program to navigate. Good customer service. Great patient interaction. Good product.
User-friendly EMR. Ease-of-use is excellent, the program guides the user through the documentation process so that nothing is missed.
I love how easy it is to use and navigate. The different tabs are very organized and everything you need to select to chart on your patients are easy to find.
DocuTAP is a great EMR. It is quick to type notes, is efficient, coordinates lab results with patients notes well. It is modern and easy to use on an iPad.
How to Switch to a New EMR with Confidence
Changing to a new EMR can be a real challenge for urgent care providers. The struggle begins with choosing the right solution and a partner that understands your objectives. We’ve helped lots of on-demand clinics make the switch, so we’ve created a vault of resources to help.
The Giant eBook for Billing and Operations
Want to learn more about urgent care billing and operations? If so, the Giant eBook for Urgent Care Billing and Operations is just for you. This one-of-a-kind resource will answer all your questions and guide you every step of the way. It has 40 pages of urgent care billing and operations tips, questions, timelines, and so much more.
Urgent Care Quarterly: All Issues
In each issue, DocuTAP dives deep into a relevant data set, breaks it down in meaningful ways, and delivers in-depth articles—all based on real, discrete data. Using this data, you can make better choices to improve patient care and be more profitable.
It’s (almost) official. Stay tuned.