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“The entire system from A to Z is awesome. There are a hundred good things to say about DocuTAP. Our staff have seen the RCM improvements and have been able to focus on what they need to. ”

“DocuTAP has helped us to streamline all of our processes, reduce patient visit times, and virtually eliminate all paper from our practice. It has made us a more efficient and profitable business.”

“DocuTAP was the best EMR in the urgent care space—and had the best reputation. That’s why we chose it. With DocuTAP, our efficiency has improved so much we can now offer additional services that we couldn’t before.”

“We fell in love with the people. The staff at DocuTAP is the most amazing staff we have ever worked with. From the front desk, to the clinical staff, to billing, the software is so easy to use. ”

“I know for a fact we were missing charges before. Providers are documenting better, and reaching the correct E/M office visit code.”

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Our Urgent Care Blog

Nov 14

An Analysis of Antibiotic Prescribing in Urgent Care

2018 | Filed in Posts

With antibiotic resistance increasing across the globe, the need for antibiotic stewardship has never been more important. While there are multiple reasons for the increase, prescribing antibiotics for colds, flu, bronchitis, and other non-responsive illnesses contributes to the growing threat. A CDC study released last summer suggested urgent cares are one of the biggest offenders when it comes to prescribing inappropriate antibiotics. With current urgent care data at our fingertips, we decided to study the same topic for this issue using data from July of 2017 through June of 2018. Our analysis found a few differences from those reported by JAMA IM. We reported our findings in this issue of Urgent Care Quarterly.