• 01 2014 August

    Pros and Cons of Sale-Leaseback Financing for Urgent Care

    Author: Alan A. Ayers, MBA, MAcc, Practice Management Editor, The Journal of Urgent Care Medicine with James Nawalaniec, St. Louis University URGENT MESSAGE: A growing urgent care operation has a constant need for working capital to open centers, expand existing centers, scale processes and technology, recruit providers and staff, and to support sales and marketing. While urgent care entrepreneurs have

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    Author: Alan A. Ayers, MBA, MAcc, Practice Management Editor, The Journal of Urgent Care Medicine with James Nawalaniec, St. Louis University URGENT MESSAGE: A growing urgent care operation has a constant need for working capital to open centers, expand existing centers, scale processes and technology, recruit providers and staff, and to support sales and marketing. While urgent care entrepreneurs have

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  • 01 2014 July

    Global Healthcare Volunteering: What You Need to Know Before You Go

    Author: Kenneth V. Iserson, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM Kenneth V. Iserson, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM, is a Fellow of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine and Professor Emeritus, Department of Emergency Medicine, The University of Arizona, Tucson. Why Global Medicine?Interest in practicing and teaching medicine and nursing around the world has increased exponentially. Some of our colleagues now have international

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    Author: Kenneth V. Iserson, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM Kenneth V. Iserson, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM, is a Fellow of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine and Professor Emeritus, Department of Emergency Medicine, The University of Arizona, Tucson. Why Global Medicine?Interest in practicing and teaching medicine and nursing around the world has increased exponentially. Some of our colleagues now have international

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Woman with minor finger trauma

These x-rays were taken on a woman with minor trauma to and pain in her finger. View the images taken (Figures 1 & 2) and

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Evaluation of Headaches in Urgent Care Part 2: Non-Emergent Headaches

Urgent message: Headaches are challenging chief complaints and being able to identify and differentiate among the non-emergent types of headaches will help with medical decision making and patient care. JACQUALINE DANCY, PA-C, MPAS In the conclusion of a two-part series, this article focuses on non-emergent headaches. For the purpose of

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Expert Perspectives on Telemedicine in Urgent Care

Urgent message: Telemedicine—or “at-home” medicine—affords unique business opportunities to urgent care providers who can overcome barriers to adoption such as reimbursement. Introduction Telemedicine is a topic that frequently comes up among UCAOA’s membership as an area of interest. Some urgent care providers view telemedicine, or “at-home” medicine, as an opportunity;

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