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.

This resource was first published prior to the 2019 merger between DocuTAP and Practice Velocity. The content reflects our legacy brands.