American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine Develops National Classification for Urgent Care Centers

Urgent Care Center Classification has been developed to provide information to the public about Urgent Care Medicine and the various levels of clinic resources available
 
ORLANDO, Fla. - Feb. 5, 2014 - PRLog -- After consideration and requests from regulatory agencies, insurance carriers, payors and governmental entities, the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine (AAUCM) has developed a National Classification for Urgent Care Centers. Using input from physicians from a number of specialties and after review by the AAUCM, the Classification for Urgent Care Centers was established.

The Classification for Urgent Care Centers is an easily understood scale used to express to patients, consumers and the medical community the abilities and available resources at a clinical center. This is a first step in the education of the public in the field of Urgent Care Medicine and what level of treatment is available at each clinic location.

About the AAUCM

The American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine (AAUCM) is the leading society for physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners practicing Urgent Care Medicine. The purpose of the AAUCM is to contribute to the field of Urgent Care Medicine in the areas of professional growth, scientific and medical research, and medical education, all to improve the overall quality of medical care. The American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine is working diligently to protect and ensure the future of the specialty of Urgent Care.

Contact
Cari Withrow
407-521-5789
cwithrow@aaucm.org
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