Startup & Specialties
The Giant eBook for Adding Occupational Medicine to Your Urgent Care
Whether you’re a startup or an established clinic considering the addition of OccMed to your service offerings, this guide will help you decide what’s right for you, offer tips for starting and positioning OccMed to new and existing customers, and provide helpful information to support your expansion into this profitable service line.
The Giant eBook for Urgent Care Startups
This one-of-a-kind start-up resource will answer all your questions and guide you from day one. You’ll get more than 40 pages of tips, timelines, and proven real-world resources to answer your biggest questions and lay the groundwork for a successful launch and landing.
How Urgent Care Startups Can Compete in the Land of the Giants
Clinics are consolidating at breakneck speed, hospitals are buying up urgent cares daily, and retail on-demand clinics are popping up on every corner. Urgent care startups can feel lost in a land of giants. Check out these local marketing tips and be competitive.
Issue 06: An Analysis of Employer Services in Urgent Care Over Five Years
In this issue of the Urgent Care Quarterly, we focus on one of the most popular service lines in urgent care—occupational medicine—to give you an overview of how employer services can affect an urgent care practice and the industry. Get real data from real clinics in this issue.
Sneak Peek – Issue 06: How OccMed Affects the Urgent Care Industry
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. Check out the newest issue of the Urgent Care Quarterly, available soon, or subscribe.
Finding the Best Leaders for Your Urgent Care Startup Staff
When you’re starting a new on-demand clinic, choose staff to fill in the gaps between your strengths, who share your vision, and compliment your management style. Our startup expert and consultant Patrice Pash shares her hiring advice and secrets to smart hiring.
6 Reasons Why Your Urgent Care Startup Needs a Solid Business Plan
If you think urgent care may be the right business opportunity for you, a solid business plan is critical. Learn 6 reasons why your urgent care startup needs a solid business plan.
Make Your OccMed Data Work as Hard as You Do.
Your EMR/PM software is always collecting data that can help you identify trends and make informed choices about the healthcare services you offer. You can make your OccMed data work as hard as you to when you use it to inform your everyday decisions and reach your long-term goals.
Everything You Need to Know About Adding OccMed to Your Urgent Care Clinic
If you’re considering the addition of OccMed to your service offerings, this guide will help you decide what’s right for you, offer tips for starting and positioning OccMed to customers, and provide helpful information to support your expansion into this profitable service line.
Beyond Urgent Care: Ancillary and Specialty Services Add Value
When you’re launching a new urgent care clinic, you have so many things to consider. Over the last month, our blog has featured startup advice about choosing a location, malpractice insurance, certification, costs, and more. There’s one more topic to consider—ancillary services.
Sneak Peek – Issue 02: Keep the Startup Ramp in Mind when Opening an Urgent Care Clinic
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.
Is Slot Coverage a Good Malpractice Insurance Option for Your Urgent Care Startup?
Slot insurance can be cost-effective for clinics with part-time medical providers sharing patients and hours. It’s a smart alternative to paying full-time malpractice insurance rates for part-time physicians and providers. Find out more about slot insurance.