Journal of Urgent Care Medicine, Sponsored by Abbott Point of Care
Savvy urgent care operators realize that staying current with—or ahead of—ever-evolving urgent care practices is essential both for the good of the patient and the future of your discipline. The most successful of those operators also recognize that patients love one-stop shopping. That’s why patients choose urgent care as often as they do—it’s a convenient setting to get affordable, quality care without an appointment.
What if patients could even get the lab tests they need in your facility, instead of heading off to another locale? Running a quick comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) on a dizzy, fatigued patient on site can help both your provider to make a quicker diagnosis, and the patient to begin treatment earlier.
Whether you need to implement lab testing in your urgent care center, or are committed to ensuring the testing services you offer are state of the art, this Journal of Urgent Care Medicine (JUCM) webinar will provide the insights you need.
On-site lab tests are becoming essential to the practice of urgent care medicine. Staying competitive in the marketplace demands your facility does it right. Learn more about on-site lab solutions for your urgent care.
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JUCM The Journal of Urgent Care Medicine supports the evolution of urgent care medicine by creating content that addresses both the clinical practice of urgent care medicine and the practice management challenges of keeping pace with an ever-changing healthcare marketplace. As the Official Publication of the Urgent Care Association of America and the Urgent Care College of Physicians, JUCM seeks to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and to expand on the core competencies of urgent care medicine as they apply to physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
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