With over 30 years of healthcare experience, Chris has worked with hospitals, physician groups, and individual physicians to design document creation workflow that is both efficient and cost effective. Prior to co-founding TransPortal, Chris previously was a founder of Archivus, LLC that focused on medical transcription, record storage, and release of information outsourcing services. Chris started his career with Lanier and had many successful years there as a top sales producer. As managing partner at TransPortal, Chris oversees administration, sales, and marketing.
Chris has a degree in economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Outside of work, Chris spends time with his wife and three children, enjoys sports, and often is volunteering with scouting and church activities. Chris has been appointed by Charlotte City Council to the Keep Charlotte Beautiful Committee and to serve as a Hearing Officer for the Charlotte Assessment Appeals division of Code Enforcement. Chris has regularly attended or participated in MGMA, AHIMA, AHDI, AAOE, AMGA, and other industry groups and trade associations.
DeLayce has been involved in the transcription industry for over 20 years in a variety of roles. Starting her career as a medical transcriptionist, DeLayce worked for 10 years transcribing within a large healthcare enterprise. In 2002, DeLayce became the first transcription supervisor for a start-up transcription service and helped guide its direction and vigorous growth for 6 years. During that time, DeLayce developed skills in team management, staff recruiting and training, and quality programs. DeLayce has been an active member of AAMT (now AHDI) for many years and currently serves as the president of the Carolinas Regional Association for Healthcare Document Integrity. DeLayce is one of a small percentage of those involved with medical transcription that has earned the Certified Medical Transcriptionist (CMT) designation. In addition, DeLayce volunteers time assisting other staff members and area transcription professionals with a CMT study group to help prepare them for the certification exam.
An active family of a husband and three children keeps DeLayce busy, and together they enjoy travel, gardening, hiking, and culinary pursuits. Short-term dreams include a vacation to Italy to explore the wine country and experience the Italian culture and cuisine.
John brings over 20 years of healthcare technology experience to TransPortal. Johnís entrepreneurship had an early start when he founded a successful technology consulting firm while still a student in college. His alma mater became an early customer. It was through his consulting firm that John first became involved in developing custom applications, wide area networks, telephony solutions, and document delivery and management processes for a transcription industry still in its infancy. For the last 18 years, John has focused solely on transcription and healthcare technology with hundreds of successful projects ranging from complete web-based dictation and transcription systems to HL7 interfacing, speech recognition initiatives, and EMR integration.
John has a degree in Computer Science/Business Administration from Belmont Abbey College. Johnís love of the great outdoors is reflected in his hobbies of fly fishing, hiking, kayaking, gardening, and large format landscape photography. Outside of work, he is most often found engaged in family activities with his wife and two sons. John enjoys working with environmental stewardship and philanthropic organizations.