2014 National Urgent Care Convention Wrap-Up This year’s event attracted more than 1,100 attendees from all over the world. The sold out Exhibit Hall also surpassed previous years’ records with 148 exhibiting companies – of which 60 were new this year – showcasing their products, services and technologies.
The UCAOA Unveils New Accreditation Program UCAOA Accreditation is the first of its kind to recognize not only the more traditional accreditation process of quality and safety but also the scope of services provided by urgent care centers. UCAOA established its own program based on its objective to instill a greater focus on the nuances and uniqueness of the industry. Learn more about the program.
In 2008, UCAOA recognized a need to measure the rapidly expanding field of urgent care. As such, UCAOA launched its biennial Benchmarking Program to survey urgent care centers and compile the research into an industry Benchmarking Report. We are currently inviting centers to participate in the 2014 Benchmarking Survey.
How to Claim Your CME Credits On the final day of the National Urgent Care Convention, registered attendees received an emailed survey containing a link to obtain CME credits through the UCAOA Online Education portal. Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to claim your CME credits and obtain your CME certificate.
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The UCAOA Virtual Exhibit Hall Want to find a company that sells a specific product or service? Search top companies in the urgent care industry, learn about their products and services, and contact them for further information through the use of the UCAOA Virtual Exhibit Hall.