Advantec Global Solutions recently changed its name to eDocs Conversion Solutions and plans to hire 25 additional employees in the next year.
The Spring Hill company is a digital medical transcription business that scans and converts medical records into electronic medical records (EMR). The company’s new name is a representation of the services it offers.
“We changed the name because we feel that eDocs Conversion Solutions
better reflects us as a company going forward,” says Teresina Jessie, president and co-founder of eDocs Conversion Solutions. “We are converting records to the digital technology of today, and the new name reflects that. ”
Jessie co-founded the company with Victoria Kaczynski 11 years ago after the two worked together at a large orthopedic office in Virginia Beach. Both were planning on relocating to Spring Hill in Hernando County north of Tampa and knew there was a need for a transcription business in the region, so they decided once they both relocated they would start one of their own.
The company has grown to 27 employees to date. As more and more medical service providers turn to electronic medical records to stay in compliance with government regulations, eDocs' strategic planning calls for adding 25 more employees in 2012.
“We will be hiring medical transcriptionists, voice recognition editors, individuals to work in scanning and quality assurance, as well as sales and marketing professionals,” says Kaczynski. “We plan to hire these new employees within the next year.”
Writer: Kimberly Patterson
Source: Teresina Jessie and Victoria Kaczynski, eDocs Conversion Solutions