In addition to adding more practical real-world content to the weekly publication, the urgent care industry will also now have access to multiple training materials, e-books, and on-line courses created by experienced urgent care professionals including doctors, marketing professionals, chartered accountants, managers, billers, and human resource professionals. Additionally, live training seminars, including the Urgent Care Medical Marketing Conference, (MedicalMarketingConference.org on June 12-13, 2014 at the Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, California) and the Urgent Care Success Summit, (UrgentCareSuccessSummit.com on December 4-7th at the Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada) have been designed to provide interactive training in a unique learning environment with money back guaranteed results.
Prior attendees have described the events as:
“Outstanding summit, networking experience, and learning experience!” Doyce Cartrett, M.D.
“Best conference I’ve been to. Lots of take home ‘to dos’. Jackie Casner
“Taking home a TON of great information!!”
The reason behind the changes is simple and sure to help the busy urgent care executive trying to navigate the world of business.
“With over 9000 urgent care clinics throughout the United States, we know our experiences of direct and successful ongoing management experience of multiple clinics in five states are an excellent resource for other clinics to learn from,” said Tim Reynolds, M.D., cofounder of Urgent Care Success. “Over the last four years we have already helped numerous clinics achieve rapid growth and success. The new brand and resources we are launching in June includes many website upgrades needed to keep up with the tremendous growth we have seen. We knew we needed to take the training materials and other resources currently available up another level, in order to help even more business owners find success in the urgent care industry.”
Those resources are designed to provide business training to urgent care professionals at all stages in their practice.
“We find that many urgent care clinics lack the business experience needed to operate profitably. We share our real life lessons, including costly mistakes, that have helped us successfully run multiple urgent care centers. This directly impacts our customers and can improve their business,” said Tina Bell, cofounder of Urgent Care Success. “Creating profits while navigating marketing, financial management, and the myriads of accounting principles involved in urgent care business can be difficult for most professionals. Business is a different field of expertise from medicine, and in the urgent care industry, there has been a lack of real world experience and training available for urgent care executives.”
Reynolds echoed those sentiments.
“Having the skills of to manage the day-to-day operations of an urgent care, plus handle human resources, future growth planning, and sound fiscal management are not taught in medical school. They are skills in dire need of being taught in our industry and at Urgent Care Success, we fill that void,” he said.