Thinking of Starting an Urgent Care? Here’s a few things to think about.
According to Kalorama Information, the urgent care center (UCCs) market has reached 15 billion from about $11.8 billion in 2011. This represents growth of about 4.1% per year. The number of clinic locations has similarly risen strongly, standing at over 10,000 locations in 2017, making this a very attractive business opportunity for healthcare professionals and investors alike.
However, with the cost of opening, operating a facility and urgent care management expenses which are often fluctuating greatly depends on many variables.
Is it Time to Replace Your Portable X-ray Equipment
Medical imaging has a vital role in modern healthcare systems. Just like any other type of device, medical imaging isn’t free from malfunctioning. Older portable x-ray equipment has a high risk of breakdowns. This can cause diagnosis and treatment delays for the patient.
Equipment failures can also compromise the safety problems both for the patient and the medical staff. As a result of wear and tear, all medical imaging equipment eventually needs to be replaced.
So how do you know when is it time to replace your x-ray equipment?
Source-Ray, Inc. Receives 2019 Best of Ronkonkoma Award
Ronkonkoma Award Program Honors the Achievement
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RONKONKOMA April 23, 2019
Source-Ray, Inc. has been selected for the 2019 Best of Ronkonkoma Award in the Medical & Hospital Equipment category by the Ronkonkoma Award Program.
How Urgent Care centers can drive patient loyalty
One of the most significant factors to a successful business is having a strong, long-term relationship with your patients. As urgent care centers continue to rise in popularity, it is vital to building your patients’ trust and loyalty, especially in this increasingly competitive industry.
According to the Urgent Care Association of America, it is crucial for urgent care centers to invest in marketing, facilities, systems, and culture to create an excellent patient experience. Merely meeting your patient’s expectations isn’t going to be enough to make your patients believers. Good service may give them satisfaction, but giving patients an outstanding healthcare experience increases patient retention and earns their trust and loyalty. In return, loyal patients will want to guarantee the success of the provider or practice to which they feel loyal to – YOU. That includes promoting your services to their families and friends.