DocuTAP Lands in Downtown Sioux Falls
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DocuTAP Lands in Downtown Sioux Falls

When the healthcare industry began the shift from paper to digital, DocuTAP was one of the first to show up at the party. The Sioux Falls-based company (whose software is used today in urgent care facilities in 45 states) began in 2000 with a college grad’s vision – that mobile devices would change the world.

DocuTAP CEO Eric McDonald spent six years creating a product that would allow clinics to register patients, bill them and access their records using handheld devices. Then, he began building a company to help grow the product. That idea is now supported by a team of more than 200 people, necessitating the move to a larger office space.

Earlier this year, DocuTAP took over the former Western Surety Building in downtown Sioux Falls, bringing an injection of creative, tech-savvy vitality to Phillips Avenue. McDonald sat down with 605 Magazine to talk about what else DocuTAP brings to the table.

To read the Q & A with DocuTAP CEO Eric McDonald, click here.

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