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The U.S. Market For Urgent Care Centers

• Number of Centers Estimate and Growth Forecast, 2008-2016• Average Hours Opening and Closing• Staff at Urgent Care Centers• Ownership of Urgent Care Centers• Lab Complexity (No testing, CLIA-waived, CLIA-moderate, Fully Complex)• Age of Urgent Care Clinic• Drivers of Growth• Limitations and Challenges• Profiles of Representative Urgent Care Companies• Likely Effects of Healthcare Reform• 3 Year Medical School, Mixed Urgent-Primaries, ER Costs and Other Trends

CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Growth in Urgent Care Centers

Drivers Limiters

The Need For Urgent Care Urgent Care Center Market Opportunity For Suppliers – Imaging, IVD, Pharmaceutical Scope and Methodology Conclusions

CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION The Costly and Overcrowded ERER costs vs. Urgent Care Costs Urgent Care Clinic Business Model

Investment Ownership Services Payment Sources for UCCs Age of Centers Urgent Care Hours

CHAPTER THREE: ISSUES AND TRENDS Healthcare Reform: Patient Swoon?

Components of Healthcare Reform High Risk Pools Dependents Medicaid Health Care Exchanges

Doctor Waiting Room Times Mixed Use Centers Out of Pocket Expenditures 3 Year Medical School EMTALA Relieving ERs and Referring to Hospitals EMR Usage at Urgent Care Centers "Prudent Layperson" Standard Physician Shortage Hospital Competitive Moves Vs. Urgent Care

CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET ANALYSIS Center Growth Forecast Urgent Clinic Sales Forecasts

Urgent Care Sales by Type of Visit

Imaging Equipment Sales to Urgent Care Centers Diagnostics Test Sales to Urgent Care Centers

Clinical Chemistry CBC Testing Pregnancy Ovulation Urinalysis Microbiology Culture Diabetes HIV POC Testing Influenza

Prescriptions Written at Urgent Care Centers Vaccinations at Urgent Care Centers

CHAPTER FIVE: COMPANY PROFILES Concentra MedExpress Urgent Care Doctors Express Dignity Healthcare Doctors Care NextCare FastMed Carespot Patient First Aurora Urgent Care Intermountain InstaCare Carolinas HealthCare MD NOW

LIST OF EXHIBITS

CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Figure 1-1: Number of Urgent Care Centers, 2008-2016 Figure 1-2: Growth in Urgent Care Centers and Decline in ERs, 2008-2012 Figure 1-3: Revenue at Urgent Care Centers by Service

CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION Figure 2-1: Millions of ED Visits in the US 2009-20912 Figure 2-2: Average Cost of Visits, ER vs. Urgent Care Table 2-1: Type of Staff Employed Figure 2-3: Ownership of Urgent Care Centers (Hospital, Physician, Corporation, Non-Physician Individual) Figure 2-4: Urgent Care Payment Source (Insurance, Medicare/Medicaid, Other) Figure 2-5: Age of Centers (5 Years or More, Under 5 Years) Figure 2-6: Opening Hours, Average Weekday Figure 2-7: Closing Hours, Average Weekday

CHAPTER THREE: ISSUES AND TRENDS Table 3-1: Example of Three Year Medical College Program Table 3-2: Use Of Health Information Technology, NIH study

CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET ANALYSIS Table 4-1: The U.S. Market for Urgent Care Services, 2010–2017 Table 4-2: Urgent Care Market by Procedure (Infection, Anxiety/Mental Disorder, Respiratory, Stomach, Skin, Fracture, Lacerations/Wounds, Cold/Flu, Lab, Pharmacy, X-Ray/Imaging, Vaccine, Membership Fee, Aesthetic, Physical, Other) Table 4-3: Imaging Sales to Urgent Care Centers (X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT) Figure 4-1: CLIA Status of Urgent Care Centers (No Diagnostics, CLIA-Waived only, Moderate Complex CLIA, Full Certification) Table 4-4: Diagnostic Sales to Urgent Care Centers, 2012 and 2017 (Chemistry Panels, Complete Blood Count, Cholesterol/Lipids, Diabetes, TSH, Strep, HIV, Pregnancy, Flu, Urinalysis, Drugs of Abuse, Cardiac Markers, Culture, Others) Figure 4-2: Test Revenues At Urgent Care Centers Table 4-4: Prescriptions Written at Urgent Care Centers by Type (Antibiotic, Flu, Painkiller, Asthma, Pres. Cough, Steroid, Others) Table 4-5: Commonly Prescribed Pharmaceuticals in Urgent Care Centers Table 4-6: Vaccinations Given At Urgent Care Clinics, millions (Flu, Child Immunizations, Tetanus, Hep)

To order this report: Medical_Facility Industry: The U.S. Market for Urgent Care Centers

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