Healthcare tech company DocuTAP has acquired Clockwise.MD, a patient engagement software provider of online scheduling and wait time transparency solutions for healthcare organizations. The combination brings together the complementary strengths of both companies to “form an industry leader in the on-demand healthcare market.” Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Founded in 2012, Clockwise.MD’s solutions are used by more than 1,600 urgent care clinics, emergency departments, primary and specialty care clinics, lab facilities, imaging centers, and others. The company’s suite of tools will enhance DocuTAP’s software products with a robust patient-facing product suite, offering urgent care providers a more comprehensive approach to workflow management and greater convenience for patients and clinic staff.
“We are excited to combine with Clockwise.MD, which has built one of the most recognizable brands for patient engagement solutions in the urgent care space and beyond,” Eric McDonald, CEO of DocuTAP, said in a statement. “This transaction is an important step forward in DocuTAP’s growth trajectory and we look forward to working with the Clockwise.MD team to advance our combined leadership position in the on-demand healthcare market.”
Clockwise.MD’ Founder and CEO Mike Burke is also pleased with the deal, which he says will help the company reach more customers and “serve more patients across healthcare markets.”