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The decision to operate a lab on site at your urgent care center is not one to be taken lightly. While saying “yes” would lead to another layer of overhead and regulation, it could also make life easier for your patients—possibly meaning they’ll become loyal customers. Besides that, though, how much space would it occupy? How much volume would the lab need for it to be a worthwhile endeavor? CLIA specialist Milly Keeler will answer these critical questions, and others, in Why Your Urgent Care Should Have a Lab and Where to Begin, a one-hour webinar to be hosted by the Urgent Care Association (UCA) January 28, at 1 pm, Central. Cost is $50 for UCA members and $70 for nonmembers.

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UCA Webinar: The Wisdom of Having an On-Site Lab
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