Our urgent care site analysis answers the big question: “How many patients will you treat at your clinic?”

Success in this business is all about location, location, location. We take into consideration area demographics like population density, age, and income, as well as nearby competition and retail draw–just to name a few–to project patient volume.

Patient volume projections can apply to a wide range of uses, including startups and acquisitions. For startups, the results apply directly to the business and financial planning. For acquisitions, patient projections have proven very useful in determining the viability of potential purchases.

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The Unexpected Marketing Value of Sports Physicals

Traditional marketing tactics, such as placing billboards and radio ads, are great ways to promote your urgent care center’s services, but they can also be quite expensive. That’s why it’s important to maximize the reach of your marketing dollars by...

Urgent Care Startups Cut Labor Expenses with Medical Assistants

Labor is the single largest expense in urgent care operations. Rather than hire more expensive clinicians, urgent care startups should adopt a lean staffing model that optimizes the training of medical assistants (MAs) so they can perform both clinical and...