The emergence of COVID-19 has provided a unique opportunity for the medical business sector. Urgent cares are more in demand than ever, with combined revenue of $24.8 billion, which is only predicted to increase as much as 8% per year.
Urgent care centers are needed as accidents happen every day and as more Americans age. Illnesses, including COVID-19, contribute to the necessity of patients needing diagnosis or evaluation immediately, but not require a visit to the Emergency Room.
Urgent cares offer patients the benefit of shorter wait times, evening and weekend hours, and more economical care than hospitals. The demand for acute care franchises is only going to continue to rise.
You do not have to have a medical background to start an urgent care franchise, but you need a plan. In this article, we will summarize how you can begin your urgent care franchise.
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