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About Urgent Care ER COSTS vs. URGENT CARE COSTS Urgent care centers are typically staffed by physicians and are also equipped to address more serious conditions that require, for example, administration of IV medications or fluids, injections, setting of broken or fractured bones; suturing of lacerations. They also usually contain more advanced equipment such as x-ray, EKG and sometimes pulmonary function devices and routinely accept insurance. In this way, urgent care clinics can be compared to, and to some degree compete with, hospital emergency rooms while convenience clinics are more akin to a family doctor’s office. Costs of emergency rooms are a key concern in the U.S. healthcare concern. A 2009 RAND Corp. study reported 14% to 27% of emergency department visits could be handled by Urgent Care centers or retail clinics, saving up to $4.4 billion a year in health costs. At the individual consumer level, ER visits can also mean higher costs to them. Pink eye visit would run $370 at an ER, would be $102 at an urgent care center, and just Allergy treatment at $345 at an ER would be $97 at an urgent care center. An upper respiratory infection at $665 would be $110 at an urgent care center. WHY URGENT CARE CLINICS? One of the defining characteristics of urgent care centers is that they provide treatments to patients on a walk-in basis without an appointment. Furthermore, unlike primary care physician offices, urgent care facilities are typically open nights and weekends, which has enabled time-strapped individuals to address their health ailments. While urgent care centers ordered services similar to primary care physicians, urgent care centers can also include additional services, such as x-rays and minor trauma treatments, to provide an integrated solution of primary and low-level emergency care. Additionally, long wait times at the emergency room and the growing shortage of primary care physicians have increased demand for urgent care centers. TYPICAL URGENT CARE SERVICES In general, convenience clinics model their services upon those offered by a primary care physician. These can broadly be grouped into four types of basic health care services: Urgent care centers combine the convenience and quick assistance of an emergency room with a much lower cost model. About 90% or more of all urgent cares are episodic and acute. Minor wounds, fractures, bumps, sore throats, ear infections, and other "just don’t feel good" conditions are treated here. Patients who present to the urgent care with life threatening situations are immediately transferred to the Emergency Departments or referred to the 911 EMS system. Most urgent care centers have a CLIA level II laboratory department for routine blood tests. UCC’s are open seven days each week, 13 hours on average and require no appointment. Most urgent care clinicians do not have and do not require hospital admitting privileges. Patients requiring this care are referred to their own primary care doctor or are referred to a local MD for appropriate follow up and continued care. MINOR PROCEDURES Minor procedures treat medical conditions that require immediate medical care, but do not include life-threatening emergencies, or labor and delivery. Patients with major injures are treated at emergency rooms. Urgent care centers perform minor procedures for patients with less serious injuries or conditions. These minor procedures include setting broken bones, treating lacerations or taking care of patients with injuries from accidents or trauma. Additionally, patients with less serious injuries or conditions, including cold, flu, sore throat, pneumonia, ear infections and other aches and pains, can all be treated by urgent care centers. Urgent care centers also provide outpatient surgical services and radiology on-site. As emergency-care facilities have become more crowded, a greater number of people have instead visited urgent care centers to decrease their wait time. DIAGNOSTIC AND LAB TESTING SERVICES Diagnostic testing and laboratory services account for an estimated 15.0% of industry revenue. Urgent care centers provide diagnostic testing for patients, to assist in diagnosing patients’ medical conditions. DOCTOR WAITING ROOM TIMES As a result of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more individuals will have insurance coverage, which lowers out-of-pocket healthcare expenditures and stimulates the number of physician visits. More patients visit their primary care healthcare provider, signifying a trend in overall healthcare usage in the United States. In response to rising wait times for primary care physicians, more individuals will visit urgent care centers. The number of physician visits is expected to increase in 2015. Even where patients have insurance coverage and can afford a doctor’s visit, significant waiting times are the norm. This is a driver for urgent care centers. Nationwide, patients spend an average of 21 minutes tapping their toes and flipping through old magazines as they wait to see their docs, according to a recent analysis of data from over 700,000 physicians' offices. The shortage of primary care physicians will prompt patient demand for urgent care centers over the next five years. Primary care providers will likely maintain longer appointment wait times, which can be attributed to healthcare reform inundating the market with an estimated 25.0 million previously uninsured individuals by 2018. The likely shortage of primary care physicians, coupled with more individuals using primary care providers as a form of preventive care, will result in more primary care physicians referring patients to urgent care centers. In particular, urgent care centers will be increasingly utilized to bridge the gap in healthcare from the emergency room to the primary care physician. Skip the urgent care clinic and walk in clinic waiting room. Request for a WhiteCoat urgent care home visit. PRESCRIPTION DRUGS Almost all urgent care patients leave an urgent care center with at least one prescription. Some urgent care centers will refer patients to a pharmacy, but a growing number of urgent care centers have pharmacy services on site. Antibiotics are the most common prescription at an urgent care center, followed by painkillers and flu treatments.