Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last five years, you undoubtedly realize that the United States is in the middle of a healthcare crisis, even following the panacea that the Affordable Care Act was supposed to be. As Forbes points out, between healthcare disparity between minority and majority groups, corruption in hospitals, and the rising costs of medicine and care, Americans are losing trillions a year on healthcare.
Needless to say, we need whatever help we can find to combat this crisis. For many in the industry, from family doctors to those specializing in occupational medicine, urgent care centers represent a bright light in the darkness.
The Rise of the Urgent Care Center
Since 2008, urgent care centers, commonly referred to as walk-in clinics, have se