Over the past several months, UCA has been meeting with federal officials from HHS, CMS and the CDC to discuss some of the challenges of vaccine administration (including low reimbursement rates) and ways in which the urgent care industry can partner to increase vaccine distribution. This week, the Biden-Harris Administration announced an increase in COVID-19 vaccine administration reimbursement rates to $40. The rate has increased from $28 to $40 for the administration of single-dose vaccines, and an increase from $45 to $80 for the administration of a two dose COVID-19 vaccine.
The current deadline for the latest round of Paycheck Protection Loan (PPP) funding is March 31, 2021. However, the House of Representatives just passed legislation to extend the deadline for small businesses from March 31st to May 31, 2021. The Senate is expected to fast track passage of legislation this week.
The HHS Therapeutics Team is sponsoring a webinar on Monday, March 29th at 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST regarding increased access and operational challenges with COVID-19 mAbs infusions. For additional information download this pdf from the UCA website.
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UCA is Partnering with Urgent Care Centers to Increase Access and Utilization of COVID mAbs. This mini-series, supported by HHS ASPR, provides a deep dive on new and emerging COVID-19 outpatient therapeutics, including monoclonal antibodies.
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Improve your clinic's operational and financial health by tuning into this on-demand webinar, KPIs to Watch in Your Urgent Care, available now! You'll learn how to speed-up throughput to increase visits, how to identify and leverage promoters to boost net new business, and how to motivate staff using metrics. This can't-miss conversation is led by industry veterans and Experity executives, Alan Ayers and Tim Dybvig.
It's here! Our new format includes higher-validity data with actionable insights for your centers in the upcoming quarter. We hope you love the new approach and look forward to your feedback.
The College of Urgent Care Medicine (CUCM) is committed to inspiring excellence advancing the specialty of urgent care medicine. The Board and CUCM committees continue to pursue that vision. As a reminder, physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners benefiting from either an individual or organizational membership are automatically enrolled in the College. The College now represents over 2400 urgent care clinicians. If unsure if you are signed up under your organizational membership, please reach out to email@example.com.
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• (5) US Distribution Warehouses – Inventory and Fast Lead Time
• Small Order Purchase Minimum
• Best Pricing in the US Market
• Easy to use finger prick test
• Fast results within 15 minutes
• Sensitivity 100 – Specificity: 98.8%
• Regulatory Status: CE-IVD, FDA EUA, POC CLIA Waived
SOLUTION THEATER WEBINAR
Rapid results in the Urgent Care Setting – BD Veritor™ COVID-19 testingMarch 25, 3 pm EST
As the world continues to have a need for COVID-19 testing, BD offers a reliable rapid antigen COVID-19 testing solution
This month's UCBX covers inventory management, handling employee injuries, and getting your emergency preparedness planning off the shelf and into action. A UCBX subscription helps managers get better every month! March's UCBX includes 25% off the Benchmarking Report.
We've curated the best of our past education and begun compiling them into a YouTube playlist just for members. When complete, you will have complimentary access to 100+ management and clinical education programs. Follow these links to learn more about the management archives and the clinical archives.
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