According to the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine, there are approximately 9,300 walk-in, stand-alone urgent care centers in the United States, and 700-800 new clinics open every year.
As urgent care centers continue to proliferate, providing an attractive alternative to more costly venues of care for acute illness and injury, and a fast, convenient modality for primary care, increased knowledge of state regulations will be imperative to the centers’ economic growth and stability.
This webinar addresses the key business and legal considerations in states’ approaches to the formation, operation and growth of urgent care centers.
- State approaches to regulating urgent care
- Regulation of medical practice and ownership/operation by non-physicians, including corporate practice of medicine and fee splitting
- Market report from the states’ view on current economic and business conditions – market penetration, saturation, growth, development and valuation
Mike Cicero, Partner, Cicero Consulting Associates
Gordon A. Maner,
President; Head of Investment Banking, AMB
P. Joanne Ray, Chief Executive Officer, Urgent
Care Association of America
Geoffrey C. Cockrell, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP
Barton C. Walker, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP