Billy Allred



With over 20 years of IT experience in several different market sectors, Billy brought a wealth of technical know-how and business sense to our company when he joined Opti-Script in March 2014 as the Director of IT and Business Development.  After serving for four years, Billy became the President of Opti-Script in January 2018.  Billy is also an elected Township Supervisor in the township where he resides and is the President of the Union County Association of Township Officials.  He serves as a Deacon and Sunday School Teacher in his church.


  • Project Management
  • Servers and Workstations
  • Customer Service
  • Troubleshooting
  • Software Interfacing
  • Account Management


Billy is an avid hunter and fisherman once the chores are complete on his small farmette where he and his family raise small numbers of nearly every type of farm animal.  He also enjoys hiking, sports and politics.


Stacy A. Socoski, CMT, RHIT

Director of Operations

Education and Accreditations
  • Associates Degree in Health Information Technology, South Hills School of Business & Technology, 1993
  • RHIT, Registered Health Information Technician, AHIMA, 1993
  • CMT, Certified Medical Transcriptionist, AHDI, 2007
  • Certificate of Completion, Project Management, Forsyth Technical Community College, 2013
  • Member, American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
  • Member, Pennsylvania Health Information Management Association (PHIMA)

Stacy has worked with Opti-Script since March 1997. She has 25 years of industry experience and is primarily responsible for managing the company’s team of Healthcare Documentation Specialists. She manages turnaround times and customer service needs of our clients and provides support to other members of our team. 

  • Project Management
  • Workflow efficiency
  • Problem resolution


Stacy has been happily married to her husband, Corey, since 1993. They have many nieces and nephews and enjoy watching their sporting activities and plays. She also enjoys baking, gardening, traveling, and watching movies.


Sandra J. Kovacs, CMT, AHDI-F

Quality Assurance Manager/Recruiter

Education and Credentials
  • Michigan State University, medical technology
  • Certified Medical Transcriptionist (CMT) by examination, 1981
  • Fellow of Association for American Healthcare Documentation Integrity, 2003
  • 40 years’ experience in medical documentation in various settings, including multispecialty clinics, acute care facilities, Air Force medical center, psychiatric hospital, and trauma centers
  • Began as a medical transcriptionist and advanced to recruiting, training, educator, and quality assurance
  • Presented educational sessions on Quality Assurance, Cancer Classifications, Legislative issues relating to Medical Transcription, Effective Research, Successful Interviewing, and Alternative Careers at symposia and annual AHDI conferences.
  • Wrote an article, “A New Set of Shoes for MTs: Alternative Career Ideas” published in Advance for Health Care Professionals
  • Past secretary, vice-president, president, and delegate of local AHDI chapters and OWVAMT regional association
  • Symposium chair for multiple continuing education conferences
  • Continuing education chair for a local AHDI chapter
  • Member of Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity since 1983.
  • Member of Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI)
  • Member of Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity, Great Lakes Region (AHDI-GLR)
  • Quality assurance management to ensure excellent documentation
  • Research of new or obscure terminology
  • Team player to achieve a common goal

Sandy has been married to her husband Bob for 42 years. She traveled extensively while he was in the Air Force. Currently, she lives in Ohio close to her 2 sons and 5 grandchildren. She loves to knit, cook, go antiquing, and spend time with family. 


Sharon B. Allred, CMT, AHDI-F

Chief Strategist

Education and Accreditations
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, minor in administration, Piedmont International University, 1977
  • Radford University, graduate classes in education, 1979
  • University of Virginia, graduate classes in education, 1980
  • CMT, Certified Medical Transcriptionist by examination, 1996
  • Fellow, Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity, 2005
  • Presenter at various local, regional, and national AHDI and AHIMA conferences
  • Member, American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
  • Member, Pennsylvania Health Information Management Association (PHIMA) and North Carolina Health Information Management Association (NCHIMA)
  • Member, Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity
  • Member, Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity, Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Region (AHDI-NEMA)

With a varied background in Hospital Management/Transcription, Sharon came to Opti-Script in 2006 and became the President in 2010.  In January 2018, she took a step towards retirement by transitioning into the role of Chief Strategist.  Sharon remains engaged in the business, providing insights, advice and direction from her 30+ years of experience in the healthcare documentation industry. 


  • Resource optimization
  • Liaison between clients and associates
  • Big-picture thinking, especially in terms of patient safety and satisfaction


In her free time, Sharon enjoys spending time with her family and friends, especially her 4 grandchildren, playing the piano, decorating (and redecorating) her home, and listening to music. 

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