Rehab Documentation Company LLC (ReDoc), Nashville, Tenn, has been named to two of the most coveted business lists in Nashville—the Music City Future 50 and the Healthcare 100.

This is the fourth consecutive year that ReDoc made the Music City Future 50; an award presented by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce to highlight the area’s fastest growing small businesses. The Healthcare 100 is compiled by the Nashville Business Journal to recognize the health care leaders in the city, a national center of healthcare business and development. 

“We are honored to receive these distinctions from the Nashville Chamber of Commerce and Nashville Business Journal,” said Gerry Stone, PT, MEd, GCS, founder and CEO of ReDoc. “The city is a hotbed of growth, particularly among health care businesses. So to be recognized as one of the best in the business is indeed an honor and is entirely due to the expertise and skill of the professionals who work at ReDoc."

Founded in 1995, ReDoc develops and distributes software that helps physical, occupational and speech therapists improve their efficiency by streamlining their administrative functions, including scheduling, billing and coding. The company’s medical records system is currently used in over 1200 privately owned and hospital based outpatient rehab clinics. ReDoc develops the only documentation software endorsed by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).

“Our user-friendly IT solutions allow our customers to spend fewer resources on office operations and focus more time and attention on patient rehabilitation,” said Stone.

Started in 1992, The Music City Future 50 was created by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce to highlight the fastest growing small businesses in Middle Tennessee. Businesses are nominated each year for the award and must meet the criteria of past and projected revenue as well as expected employee growth in order to be eligible. The Music City Future 50 has honored 701 companies since it was created.

The Healthcare 100 was started by the Nashville Business Journal as a way to recognize the top 100 “movers and shakers” in the healthcare industry. The chosen companies not only impact their local communities, but have a presence regionally, nationally and internationally as well.  Companies are either nominated for the award or chosen by the Nashville Business Journal based on their achievements over the last 12 months.

[SOURCE: ReDoc, October 2006]