Evolution Of Urgent Care

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In recent years, there has been a shortage of primary care physicians and clinics, and the rise of healthcare cost. The supply and demand in the healthcare industry in the United States has not met the equilibrium point. Most of these issues have led to the expansion of urgent care clinics. UCCs initially started in the 1980s but were not famous due to lack of consumer interest. But that has changed due to the convenient access that it provides users. Again, due to the shortage of primary care physicians and their short work hours provided UCCs with a position to take over some of their patients. Urgent care clinics are regularly owned by individuals, or owned by large urgent care chains. But now that healthcare industry has changed, more
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