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Over the last few months, urgent care has seen a 46% increase in visit volume nationwide. In addition, urgent care is administering 25% of all U.S. COVID-19 tests each week, more than 360,000 tests per day. The combination of this heavy foot traffic and the pandemic have resulted in providers carrying stress like never before.
Coding instructions are circulating regarding coding for COVID-19 and even laboratories are giving clinics incorrect coding information. Experity has provided the current coding information for diagnosis coding and laboratory testing. We will continue to update as changes occur.
As we navigate this new normal, good data tells stories and teaches lessons that will help us continue to be a relevant, resilient, and effective healthcare solution, no matter what the future holds.
Urgent care clinics have been a go-to solution to delivering employer services for years, and occupational medicine (OccMed) is proving to be an increasingly important offering as the industry responds to COVID-19.
Over the months, it has been critical to stay up-to-date on the CARES Act and how loans like the PPP can help save your clinic. Last week, additional guidance was released on loan forgiveness. Join Experity and Clifton Larson Allen (CLA), to get all the pertinent information urgent care owners need to know.
Visit volume is one of the most important performance metrics in urgent care, and the COVID-19 epidemic continues to affect this key metric in unexpected ways. Throughout the next few months, we’ll be sharing visit volume data with you, and our thoughts on the trends here on our blog each week.
COVID-19 has impacted the economy in unprecedented ways and the federal government has responded by offering a variety of loan options to businesses like urgent cares. Join Experity leadership and our trusted financial advisors at Clifton Larson Allen (CLA) for a 30-minute update on what we’re hearing from Treasury.
Join us as Laurel Stoimenoff, CEO of the Urgent Care Association, and Dr. David Stern, CEO of Experity, share key benchmark data & insights on trends from the urgent care community. Empowering you to make data-driven decisions and share best practices to continue to help you evolve through COVID-19.
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, antibody testing has become a hot topic for both providers and the public. Should you perform these tests? Will you be reimbursed? How do you know which tests are the most accurate? Our compliance experts have compiled the information you need to make good decisions around antibody testing here to help you make the best decision for your urgent care clinic.
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, urgent care clinics and other healthcare providers may be challenged to keep revenue flowing so they can continue to offer essential medical care. CMS expanded its Accelerated and Advance Payment Program in accordance with the CARES Act. To find out if you qualify for accelerated or advanced payments, check out the guidelines below from our experts.
In light of the COVID-19 public health emergency, the federal government is providing support to healthcare providers fighting the pandemic. The CARES Act provides relief funds to hospitals and other healthcare providers on the front lines of the coronavirus response. This funding will be used to support healthcare-related expenses or lost revenue attributable to COVID-19 and to ensure uninsured Americans can get testing and treatment for COVID-19.
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, healthcare testing and treatment is essential to containing the spread of this disease. The government has put funding in place through the CARES Act to ensure insurance coverage does not prevent patients from receiving care.