Urgent Care Quarterly
Urgent Care Quarterly: All Issues
In each issue, DocuTAP dives deep into a relevant data set, breaks it down in meaningful ways, and delivers in-depth articles—all based on real, discrete data. Using this data, you can make better choices to improve patient care and be more profitable.
Sneak Peek – Issue 07: An Analysis of Antibiotic Prescribing in Urgent Care
Does overprescribing antibiotics for colds, flu, bronchitis, and other non-responsive illnesses contribute to antibiotic resistance? We looked at current antibiotic prescribing data from July of 2017 through June of 2018 for trends and answers. See the data in this Urgent Care Quarterly.
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.
Issue 05: An Analysis of ICD-10, CPT®, and E/M Coding Trends Over Five Years
In this Urgent Care Quarterly, we explore coding trends over the last five years as they relate to urgent care. We look at ICD-10, CPT®. and E/M codes to provide greater insight into what these trends mean for on-demand healthcare providers.
Sneak Peek – Issue 05: How Does E/M Coding Affect the Financial Health of Your Urgent Care?
Research verifies that average reimbursement per visit for new patients is higher than for established patients at every E/M code level. Is your marketing effectively drawing in patients when they need urgent care? Use these tips to help you attract them.
Issue 04: Urgent Care Reimbursement Trends 2013-2016
Revenue is the lifeblood of your urgent care business and reimbursement per visit is an important indicator of performance. In this issue of the Urgent Care Quarterly, we look at reimbursement trends over four years and provide performance benchmarks. Take a look.
Sneak Peek – Issue 04: What’s the Average Reimbursement for Urgent Care Visits?
Reimbursement per visit is an important indicator of your urgent care clinic’s performance. But many factors affect reimbursement—and your success. Check out our list of things to watch and questions to ask.
Issue 03: Wait Time Trends and Their Impact on Patient Satisfaction
Urgent care was born, in part, as a response to patients’ growing demand for a convenient, affordable alternative to traditional primary and emergency room care. Keeping in-clinic time low and patients happy is crucial to urgent care success. Read more on the trends.
Sneak Peek – Issue 03: What’s the Average Wait Time for Urgent Care?
If your patients wanted to wait on a doctor appointment, they probably wouldn’t be at your urgent care. Wait time matters. In this DocuTAP DataBrief, we look at wait times, patient satisfaction and how you can make your patients happy (and loyal).
Issue 02: A Data-Rich View of Urgent Care Visit Volume
Each quarter DocuTAP publishes Urgent Care Quarterly where we dive deep into a data set and provide insight into urgent care trends. We look at the KPIs critical to the success of the industry—all with real, discrete data.
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.