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Data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and Aetna show that as the cost of health care treatment continues to rise, urgent care offers a compelling low-cost alternative for delivering care outside the hospital. By transitioning unnecessary emergency department visits to urgent care, $18 billion in savings is projected to be possible.
In this issue: Low-Cost Setting as a Driver of Urgent Care Industry Growth

Developing Data: December, 2014