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In 2008, Deborah Moore of ...
In 2008, Deborah Moore of AccuStat EMR in Myrtle Beach tied for second runner-up National Small Business Person of the Year.
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Deborah Moore, President & CEO of AccuStat EMR, & the current US Small Business Administration (SBA) Small Business Person of the Year for the state of South Carolina, has been named the Second Runner-up at the national level.
Every year the SBA gives recognition for the Nation's Small Business Person of the Year.
This is the first time a South Carolina business has been recognized for this top honor.
The winners are selected on their record of stability, growth in employment and sales, financial condition, innovation, response to adversity and community service.
is a client of the SC Women's Business Center
and has used the consultation services provided through the program to help her
business strategy and growth.
The Center nominated Deborah
for the state award, which then made her
eligible for the national award consideration.
"We're proud of the hard work and commitment that Deborah made to drive her business through good and bad times and to achieve this honor," said Haidee Stith, director of the center.
Our work with Deborah
is typical of the service we provide to any business."
Deborah has also partnered with Protect.org to develop Sarina's Friends, a nonprofit fund to help parents of sexually-abused children in the Southeast get money for legal fees.
teamed up with the S.C. Vocational Rehabilitation to train disabled and unemployed individuals in transcription and information technology.
business award winner Deborah Moore ...
business award winner Deborah Moore Milcarek.
It will be from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. May 27 at the Hilton Garden Inn, located at
650 Tinsley Way.
Business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to this small group setting to hear Milcarek's experiences of starting her
Milcarek, who is a registered nurse, also is president and chief operating officer of AccuStat EMR, a medial transcription business.
topic will be "Learn from Experience, Yours and Others."
"I plan to cover topics that are related to starting, growing and maintaining a company with the help of other resources and what they can offer," Milcarek
"Also, I want to incorporate common mistakes in starting and running a business that I personally have learned and overcome."
Participants will get the opportunity to ask Milcarek questions that she
may not cover at the Chamber's Membership Luncheon on May 27.
started the company in 2002 as a home-based business.
business rapidly grew over time.
In 2007, AccuStat
added the services of electronic medical record, or EMR, consultation to their existing digital medical transcription service.
Since 2007, she
has won numerous business awards.
Two entrepreneurs tied for second ...
Two entrepreneurs tied for second runner-up: Deborah Moore, founder and CEO of AccuStat EMR of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and George Burciaga, founder and CEO of smarTECHS.net, of Chicago, Ill.
Second runner-up Deborah Moore enjoyed being a nurse but tired of the daily, 9-to-5 grind.
As a single mother of two, she
sought flexibility and the quality of life of a home-based business and set out to create it.
She created AccuStat EMR in 2002, offering medical transcription services in the Myrtle Beach area.
In just five years, Deborah
has taken AccuStat EMR
from a home-based transcription service to a full electronic medical records consultation company housed in 2,400 square feet of office space, with $2.7 million in revenues.
benefited from her
own hard work, dedication, and commitment, as well as an SBA-backed loan and guidance from the South Carolina Women's Business Center
Virtual Learning Center
The owner of AccuStat Carolinas, Deborah Moore, also teaches medical transcription at a local college so that she can share her knowledge and experience of the field of medical transcription.