Columbus - 
Senator Frank LaRose (R- Akron) today announced the state Controlling Board approved the release of a $1.7 million Innovation Ohio Loan to PRC Medical, LLC in Akron in support of the company's efforts to create new software for the healthcare industry, a project that is expected to create 126 new jobs and retain 60 others. PRC Medical was founded in 1976 and provides technology-based services to the healthcare industry to help streamline the management of clinical and billing processes. The loan approved today will assist the company in developing the next generation of a fully integrated, government certified and compliant electronic health record and practice management software application delivered via the Internet. PRC Medical is contributing $664,000 to the project. "I applaud PRC Medical for locating this project here in Akron, where they can take advantage of the region's skilled workforce and many high-tech resources as they work to develop this new software, which will help medical offices become more efficient and improve patient care," LaRose said.
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