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Jan 6

New Year’s Resolutions for a Top-Notch Urgent Care

2017 | Filed in Posts

It’s that time of year when everyone commits to improving their lives for the better. While you make New Year’s resolutions for yourself or your family, have you ever thought about making them for your urgent care business? Did you resolve to be a better leader? Maybe you decided to finally revamp those employee reviews? Or perhaps your goal was to focus on making the organization leaner?

Jan 3

Giving the Gift of Hope and Healing

2017 | Filed in Posts

At DocuTAP, we are inspired to give, especially at Christmas time. And this year, we were inspired to give a little more. Every December, we send a package to our clients, vendors, family, and friends, and this holiday season each package contained a special donation to Mission Haiti.

Jan 2

Urgent Care Trends to Watch in 2017

2017 | Filed in Posts

What are the urgent care trends for 2017? While urgent care continues to mature as an industry within the healthcare umbrella, external factors of litigation, technology, and capitalism force the outpatient delivery method into ever-increasing redefinition.

Dec 19

Flu Season: How to Plan for This Unpredictable Time of Year

2016 | Filed in Posts

Anyone involved in the urgent care industry knows that for most of us, the flu season and the resulting patient volume tend to be the bread and butter that feeds our business for the remainder of the year. While other services like back-to-school physicals, strep throat cases, and seasonal allergies are important, nothing can make or break the success of a clinic quite like the massive influx of patients with fevers, chills, and body aches of a banner flu season.

Dec 7

Solutions for Staffing Your Urgent Care Over the Holidays

2016 | Filed in Posts

The holidays are upon us and your staff is eager to take advantage of their vacation days. As a clinic owner, it may seem difficult to decide who should work your holiday hours (if you will be open Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, or New Year’s Day) and who gets them off.

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