If you offer OccMed and other employer services at your urgent care clinics, you’re not alone. A majority of urgent cares offer some level of OccMed services. Some are all in, offering a wide range of employer-paid healthcare services. Others handle it on a much smaller scale and barely promote it as an available service line. Chances are you’re already serving some of the occupational medicine needs of patients and their employers. But what affect does this have on the industry? If you’re all in, or just considering employer services as new service line, check out the newest issue of the Urgent Care Quarterly, available soon, or subscribe to get data delivered to your inbox every quarter. In the meantime, take a look our previous issues for urgent care trends in visit volume, reimbursement, coding, and more.