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While collection agencies can help urgent cares expedite patient payments, the real goal is to improve your processes to be sure you seldom have a need to call on an agency. From implementing standards to training staff, our seven tips will go a long way to keeping patient accounts from requiring a third-party collections effort.
In the 21st century, seeing a doctor is as easy as logging into a website at a predetermined time and communicating one-on-one with a medical practitioner trained in telemedicine. Once the domain of astronauts and patients with extraordinary needs, telemedicine is becoming a more common—and convenient—way for patients to visit with their doctor.
Improving your urgent care is a continuous goal, whether bettering processes, training staff, or adding services for patients. Pinpointing ways to streamline your clinic’s workflow is a good way to ensure constant improvement—especially as new healthcare changes take effect. Meaningful Use Stage 2 and ICD-10 are two large changes that will affect how you document patient visits. While you’re looking at accommodating these changes in your workflow, why not also look at your entire urgent care workflow process?
We love getting asked questions because we know the right questions will lead to the right answers. Having worked with more than 1,000 urgent care centers, we are quite familiar with the questions that get asked most. From clinic design to regulation to hiring and marketing, here are the most frequently asked questions (and answers) we get about urgent care.
You've mastered the basics and you're ready to up your urgent care game. In this eBook you'll get expert tips on everything from marketing to building patient trust and staff training.
In the past 30 years, we have assisted over 250 urgent care centers, and we have spent hundreds of hours in discussions with many entrepreneurs on how to start urgent care centers. We have personally made many mistakes in starting our own urgent care centers, and we have tried to learn from each mistake that we have made.
Whether you’re a startup or an established clinic considering the addition of OccMed to your service offerings, this guide will help you decide what’s right for you, offer tips for starting and positioning OccMed to new and existing customers, and provide helpful information to support your expansion into this profitable service line.
With so many options and the list still growing, urgent care patients can be fickle. If you want to win their hearts—and their repeat business—delivering an exceptional patient experience is essential. Technology can help raise your level of engagement, but it takes more than online appointments. In this eBook you’ll find technology-based solutions, tips, and smart ways to create a patient experience that builds your business and gives patients a reason to choose you when they’re looking for urgent care.
A walk-in clinic, like any business, is only profitable if patients continue to use its services over time. Unfortunately, many healthcare facilities have a restricted marketing budget, which can severely limit new business volume and community engagement.
This one-of-a-kind start-up resource will answer all your questions and guide you from day one. You'll get more than 40 pages of tips, timelines, and proven real-world resources to answer your biggest questions and lay the groundwork for a successful launch and landing.
In this industry, getting patients in and out fast is your biggest priority. But to be successful, it’s just as important to manage your billing accurately and efficiently. This eBook will provide essential tips for billing non-credentialed and non-contracted providers, best practices and 10 KPIs you should be watching.
According to the Urgent Care Association of America, there are approximately 9,000 urgent care clinics in the United States — growing at a rate of over 300 centers per year nationally. The growth trend isn’t slowing any time soon. Urgent care clinics, from single sites to franchises and large organizations, will continue to expand as the aging Baby Boomer population floods the healthcare market in need of episodic or acute care services.