Coronavirus Small Business Financial Assistance in NYC - How To Apply
Our list of financial assistance resources available for small businesses in NYC during the Coronavirus outbreak: NYC Small Business Continuity Fund, NYC Employee Retention Grant Program, Facebook Grant Program, SBA Disaster Loan, Unemployment, Paid Leave, Rent, Taxes, and Utilities.
New Way For Urgent Care Centers to Increase Patient Volume and Margin
Commercial payer volume on the decline and overhead is eating your margin, but there is a new way for urgent care centers, FQHC, and primary care practices to increase volume and margin. Mira functions both as a management service organization (MSO) and a payor. Mira takes care of patient acquisition, simplify payment, and reduce overhead - making pricing predictable to attract new patients and helping providers maintain a stable margin. By using a global rate and leveraging the network effect, Mira allows providers to participate in bigger and more sophisticated contracts with demand aggregators like contractors placement agencies and gig-economy services. All of this means more patients, better care, lower overhead, and most important of all, stay relevant in the new ultra-competitive healthcare landscape.
How Much Does Urgent Care Cost Without Insurance?
We surveyed 91 clinics in NYC, SF, LA, Houston, Dallas, and Philadelphia and found that the average cost of an urgent care visit is $199 without insurance. However, the price could vary up to 3 times depending on where you go and which condition you have. The Average Cost For a Level I Urgent Care Visit Ranges from $80-$280. The Average Cost of A Level II Visit Ranges From $140-$440.
Four Surprising Facts About Healthcare From Our 120 User Interviews
Would you ever eat at a restaurant that didn't list its prices on the menu? Well, that's what's happening with healthcare today. We conducted 120 interviews and we were so surprised by these four facts