• 01 2015 January

    The Sword and the Shield: Best Hiring Practices for Urgent Care Facilities

    Urgent message: It is imperative that urgent care centers utilize the various tools at their disposal to recruit the best candidates, while implementing best practices that mitigate the potential for lawsuits. DAMARIS L. MEDINA, ESQ. Urgent care is one of the fastest growing segments of American health care. Historically, many urgent care facilities were considered small businesses because they employed

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    Urgent message: It is imperative that urgent care centers utilize the various tools at their disposal to recruit the best candidates, while implementing best practices that mitigate the potential for lawsuits. DAMARIS L. MEDINA, ESQ. Urgent care is one of the fastest growing segments of American health care. Historically, many urgent care facilities were considered small businesses because they employed

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  • 01 2015 January

    Repair of Lacerations of the Face and Scalp: Part 2

    Urgent message: Evaluation and treatment of injuries of the cheek, ear, nose, lips and tongue are explored to help urgent care clinicians more confidently manage these presentations. TOYIN FAPOHUNDA-ADEKOLA MD, MBA In Part 1 of this series, we covered the evaluation and management of scalp, brow, and eyelid lacerations. In Part 2, we will explore injuries of the cheek, ear,

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    Urgent message: Evaluation and treatment of injuries of the cheek, ear, nose, lips and tongue are explored to help urgent care clinicians more confidently manage these presentations. TOYIN FAPOHUNDA-ADEKOLA MD, MBA In Part 1 of this series, we covered the evaluation and management of scalp, brow, and eyelid lacerations. In Part 2, we will explore injuries of the cheek, ear,

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  • 29 2014 December

    Creating an Inclement-Weather Policy for Your Urgent Care Center

    Alan A. Ayers, MBA, MAcc, is Practice Management Editor for JUCM, serves on the Board Directors of the Urgent Care Association of America, and is Vice-President of Corporate Development for Concentra Urgent Care. Urgent Message: Every urgent care center should have a policy addressing the various issues of communication, safety, pay, operations, and human resources that will undoubtedly come up

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    Alan A. Ayers, MBA, MAcc, is Practice Management Editor for JUCM, serves on the Board Directors of the Urgent Care Association of America, and is Vice-President of Corporate Development for Concentra Urgent Care. Urgent Message: Every urgent care center should have a policy addressing the various issues of communication, safety, pay, operations, and human resources that will undoubtedly come up

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