The Urgent Care Association (UCA) is collaborating with Solv, a vendor member, to launch the Testing Access Program (TAP), an initiative to raise awareness of the urgent care industry’s testing capacity by putting the information directly into the hands of consumers.
Apple and Castlight are the first official TAP partners that will receive the UCA testing database, offering direct-to-consumer information on urgent care centers offering COVID testing. Consumers searching in Apple Maps or asking Siri to find nearby COVID testing sites will be able to find and, if enabled, book a COVID testing appointment directly through Solv. Read More.
UCA is also collaborating with Solv Health to Create COVID-19 Testing Database: Book a visit, locate a COVID testing site, COVID prevention tips, COVID resources and frequently asked questions now available on the Solv Health COVID Care Guide.
If you aren't yet in UCA's COVID-19 Testing Database, click here to add your center.
UCA Collaborates with Braid Health to Elevate Urgent Care Clinics as an Access Point of COVID-19 and Antibody Testing:
This new collaboration elevates urgent care clinics as a vital community resource for COVID-19 and antibody testing in a Public Service Announcement (PSA) video.
Learn more about our collaboration with Braid Health.
Contact Braid if you would like a copy of the PSA or would like to learn more about Braid Health.
View the Braid COVID test finder here.
To add your clinics to the UCA COVID test centers visit this page.
The UCA COVID-19 LISTSERV is where UCA members can voice their opinions and share information. The opinions expressed are those of the individual and not necessarily those of the Urgent Care Association. For current guidelines and information always refer to the CDC coronavirus information page and your local health department. LISTSERV guidelines
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