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Medical Coordinators handle the clinical documentation for electronic health records, freeing physicians to see more patients.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2011
  • Employees 6
  • Website

Company Summary

When physicians implement an electronic health record (EHR), their productivity plummets. Valadoc trains Medical Coordinators (MCs) to perform the EHR documentation by listening in to encounters from a remote site. They become expert at entering the codified and narrative data, which appear on a monitor in the exam room in real time. This enables the physician to focus on the patient, rather than on entering data into a computer.


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    Bill Kendrick, MD

    Dr. Kendrick has been working in Family Practice for 30 years and has been using SOAPware EHR for 15 years. Having done his pre-medical work in engineering, Dr. Kendrick is known for dedicated efforts at re-engineering his medical practice and those of his colleagues. For more than 15 years, Dr. Kendrick has coordinated these engineering efforts with Dr. Randall Oates, president of SOAPware. According to Dr. Oates, Dr. Kendrick’s ideas concern

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    Joe Weber
    Chief Marketing Officer

    During his 40 years in the healthcare industry, Joe has been: CEO of Lexicore (speech recognition and linguistic technology for healthcare); Managing Partner of Medivon (Wellness and Disease Management); Exec. V.P. of DVI (dictation and speech recognition); Sr. VP for Larry Weed’s PKC Corporation (clinical guidance software); VP Marketing & Sales for Sudbury Systems (medical dictation and radiology reporting systems); Associate Director for Ambul

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    Bill Tucker
    Chief Technology Officer

    Bill has helped start a wide variety of organizations dating back to his college days (fraternity and campus ministry). He wrote the articles of incorporation, by-laws, and an IRS application to successfully launch a 501c-3 to address rural poverty while in his 20s. He was involved in ownership and management of the largest computer VAR in Northwest Arkansas. He’s taught business technology at both the University of Arkansas and John Brown Univer