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A physician urgent care expert discusses the changing role of this type of care and how health IT plays an important part.

By Bill Siwicki | August 16, 2021 | 11:54 AM

In 2020 alone, urgent care clinics saw a 58% increase in visit volumes due to the demand for COVID-19-related episodic care, with testing and vaccinations accounting for more than 60% of total visits, according to the latest research from urgent care software company Experity, which surveyed half of U.S. clinics.



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