With rising wait times for both primary care and emergency care providers, Urgent Care Centers provide patients with greater access and an increasingly appealing alternative. Focused on patient-centric care with a heavy emphasis on convenience and customer service, Urgent Care Centers have been shown to increase patient satisfaction. Insurance companies drive traffic to lower-cost solutions like Urgent Care Centers compared to higher-cost models like hospitals.
Insurance for Urgent Care Centers
Medical Malpractice Insurance
Physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners need Medical Malpractice insurance to cover personal and professional liability in the event of a claim.Skyscraper insurance can discuss your options so that you know exactly what’s covered according to your specialty and practice.
Business Owners Policy
A Business Owners Policy combines the basic coverage that a small or medium-size business needs to protect against a number of liability and property risks. For example, property coverage includes fire, damaging wind storms and other covered calamities, in addition to the loss of business income and extra expenses as a result of a covered property loss. A Business Owners Policy is often more affordable because the protection offered by separate plans is rolled into one product that offers broader coverage. Optional coverage’s include: equipment breakdown, employee dishonesty, money and securities, and more.
Workers’ Compensation & Disability
Workers’ Compensation insurance and disability insurance to protect against lawsuits that are a result of accidents in the workplace. Workers’ Comp helps with medical care for injured employees and compensation for lost income. For those not covered by Workers’ Comp, Disability covers a percentage of the employee’s lost wages.
Urgent Care Centers, a hybrid between family and emergency medicine, have become a respected staple in the medical community. They are growing in numbers, because there is a need for more care.However, because it is high-risk, most family practice policies fail to cover this branch of medicine. Urgent Care Centers and allied healthcare professionals that work for them need a policy that can cover their unique insurance needs.
Physicians are feeling a continual creeping presence of larger groups, consolidation that makes it seemingly impossible to remain independent. The offers are competitive, with salaries rising, some in proportion to the performance and satisfaction ratings of physicians. there are entrepreneurial positions opening up in Plastic Surgery, Cardiology, Primary Care, Dermatology, almost every single specialty is finding ways to grow revenue and create opportunities for extra earnings. These innovations can range from Medical Director work to ownership in endoscopy centers….tele medicine and workers comp reviews, consults and contracts, there are ways for conventionally employed physicians to increase their ‘side earnings’.