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Reimbursement per visit is an important indicator of your urgent care clinic’s performance. But many factors affect reimbursement—and your success. Check out our list of things to watch and questions to ask.
In a world where consumers of all kinds are accustomed to services delivered on-demand, healthcare providers are being called to adjust their approach to patient care. With more healthcare alternatives available, patients can choose providers based on convenience, quality of care, and other personal expectations. There may be no other healthcare segment as deeply affected as the urgent care industry. Urgent care was born, in part, as a response to patients’ growing demand for a convenient, affordable alternative to traditional primary and emergency room care.
If your patients wanted to wait on a doctor appointment, they probably wouldn’t be at your urgent care. Wait time matters. In this DocuTAP DataBrief, we look at wait times, patient satisfaction and how you can make your patients happy (and loyal).
With the integration of data into decision making, the healthcare industry is turning into an analytics culture, in which data informs practice. As doctors, patients, and administrators become more comfortable with the numbers, it becomes increasingly obvious that allowing data to drive decisions can ultimately improve care and lower costs for clinics and patients across every healthcare segment.
If you’re starting an urgent care clinic, your business plan should include financial resources to sustain your clinic for the first two years. Keep your eyes on what you’re spending and follow these tips from Patrice Pash, Director of Consulting Services and DocuTAP’s startup expert.
In our first issue of Urgent Care Quarterly we analyzed urgent care data from the previous four flu seasons to provide some insight into trends and look for actionable data. Using current data through March, this post is an update on how the latest flu season shook out.
The 2014–2015 flu season was particularly severe and long, hitting seven weeks during which more than five percent of urgent care visits included a flu diagnosis. Read the latest Urgent Care Quarterly to see, and get insight from, our flu data over the last four years.
In this first volume, we look at the previous four flu seasons (including the most recent) and explore the trends, provide the data, and interpret the implications. We know that data can help inform your business decisions, so we covered the following topics that we know can have a big impact on your urgent care moving forward.
What can we learn from flu data? In the first issue of Urgent Care Quarterly, we’ll look at the previous four flu seasons to determine when the flu season began, how long it lasted, and how it impacted urgent care. Read on for more flu insights.