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Since the beginning of 2020, urgent care has been riding a roller coaster. Flu season was at its peak in February; visit volume hit an all-time low in April; and today we're treating patients through a pandemic and testing for COVID-19 at rates we couldn't have imagined possible. And here we are--back at the cusp of flu season, but what will it look like in this new normal?
Experity just launched the Urgent Care Quarterly – the Pandemic Issue. We’ve pulled data on visit volume, testing trends, telemedicine use, and operational response to COVID-19, and added our insights in this new issue. Read this short summary of what we found or download the full issue.
Testing was one of the biggest healthcare challenges during the COVID-19 public health emergency. In an article recently published by Bloomberg, one of the most logical solutions was left out of the equation – urgent care.
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.
How many months of data do you need to get accurate E/M data? How does collecting fees at time of service affect bad debt write-offs? Can door-to-door time affect more than patient satisfaction? Get answers to these questions and more when you tune in a recorded webinar, Metrics That Matter
Summer is here, which means families are out hiking, biking, and kids will be participating in summer sports, potentially bringing more injuries to your urgent care center. Your center will...
As we make our way into 2019, we will continue to see more mergers and acquisition in the urgent care space, more emphasis on giving patients what they expect, market expansion and crossover—and not surprisingly, more innovation. These are some of the trends we’re watching in 2019.
The urgent care industry has always been on the front edge of changing healthcare in innovative ways. Benchmarks are essential to gauging our progress, making smart decisions, and moving urgent care forward. In this issue of the Urgent Care Quarterly, you get relevant accurate data, pulled from real patient visits over the last five years, for the metrics that drive urgent care.
The Quality Payment Program (QPP) has issued the Final Rule Year 3, here are some big changes for 2019. Opt-In Clinicians are eligible for the program if they meet all three...
On November 1, 2018, CMS issued a final rule that includes updates to payment policies, payment rates, and quality provisions for services furnished under the Medicare PFS effective January 1, 2019. Get the overview from our Compliance and Privacy Officer.
Does overprescribing antibiotics for colds, flu, bronchitis, and other non-responsive illnesses contribute to antibiotic resistance? We looked at current antibiotic prescribing data from July of 2017 through June of 2018 for trends and answers. See the data in this Urgent Care Quarterly.
The Pew Charitable Trusts and the CDC released a study in 2018 in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and found that when it comes to prescribing inappropriate antibiotics, urgent care is the biggest offender. We analyzed our own data to dig a little deeper looking for additional meaningful insight.