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After a year of responding to COVID-19 foot traffic and the 2021 coding changes, we’re entering a new era in urgent care. Join us for a webinar where we’ll discuss the top emerging trends that have the ability to future-proof your urgent care business.
With more than 50 clinics nationwide, see how CRH's partnership with Experity allowed them to delivers quality urgent care at the point where consumers, retail, and healthcare intersect.
Building patient trust that leads to improved NPS scores and referrals for your urgent care is a challenge. Empathize and leverage technology to remain connected with your patients.
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) give you a snapshot of your urgent care’s overall financial health. After a year of unexpected business challenges and successes, it’s time to revisit the metrics you should be tracking to help you make data-driven decisions. Join us for this webinar as we discuss what to measure, how to measure it, and how to improve your clinic’s financial health.
How much financial relief will urgent care providers get from the government? While legislators debate the budget, you can expect more clarity and movement to help providers recoup some of their losses. In this month’s “3 Things to Know About RCM,” we provide information on what to expect, plus tips for handling the influx of vaccination calls and telehealth visits.
Industry Alert: The “National Strategy for the COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness Report” just released by the White House lists urgent care as one of the recommended distribution venues for COVID-19 vaccinations.
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.
Flu season is here, but it doesn’t look like what urgent cares are used to. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, urgent care clinics across have become the ideal solution for COVID-19 testing—seeing an unprecedented number of patients every day. What they’re not seeing, however, are many flu cases.
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?
According to Dr. Manuel Delarosa, WellFast Urgent Care was “an experiment” started by two ER physicians in 2006 who were tired of overcrowded emergency departments. They wanted to provide a clinic where people could get quick, high-quality urgent care at a fraction of the cost of the emergency department.
WellFast Urgent Care was founded in 2006 by two ER physicians with a vision to provide quick, high-quality urgent care at a fraction of the cost of an emergency department visit. As the WellFast clinic grew, it quickly added more robust offerings (and lots of new customers). Looking for an urgent care partner to help support their rapid growth and additional service lines, the WellFast team found the solutions they needed—and more—with Experity.
The E/M coding change is set to happen in less than 60 days, are you prepared? Join Experity leadership for a two-part webinar series that hits the 2021 Final Rule highlights and recaps the clinical, operational, and financial impact these coding changes have on urgent care. Plus, gather tips for how to train your staff and improve your clinic workflow.