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Feb 21

To Retain Your Urgent Care Staff, Start With Saying Thank You

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As urgent care owners and managers, it’s easy to focus on the ways your staff falls short – mistakes, tardiness, attitude, and low productivity. If you want to attract, hire, and retain good employees, shift your perspective and start with these nine things you can do to retain good employees.

Feb 7

6 Reasons to Hire an HR Manager for Your Urgent Care Clinic

2017 | Filed in Posts

Many urgent care clinics are reluctant to hire for a position that doesn’t actually generate revenue. But in many cases, slicing and dicing the HR responsibilities costs time and money in the long run. Learn six reason why a qualified HR professional can help an urgent care organization operate more effectively.

Feb 6

The Benefits of Paid Volunteer Time Off

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Now more than ever, companies are embracing authentic corporate responsibility and finding new ways to invest in their employees, their communities, and even beyond borders. Read about the benefits of Volunteer Time Off and the DocuTAP VTO program.

Jan 30

Why Interoperability and Integration are Critical to Better Healthcare.

2017 | Filed in Posts

At DocuTAP we believe in the importance of interoperability so that best-of-breed solutions can be used. Care is better delivered, and healthcare participants are more satisfied, when solutions are tailored to one’s use case. This is why we create opportunities to integrate with—and allow integration into—our solutions. In the end, our products allow providers and patients access to information when and where it is needed to advance the effective delivery of healthcare.

Jan 18

Urgent Care Trends and Data: A Four-Year Analysis of Flu Seasons

2017 | Filed in Posts

Over the years, the flu visit volume trends have shifted. In 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, the flu season hit early and was long-lasting. Whereas last year, the flu came late and the season itself proved to be short. So far, this year (2016-2017) is trending similarly to last year, with the flu just now ramping up.

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