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Convenient Care Clinics: The Essential Guide to Retail Clinics for Clinicians, Managers, and Educators

Medical


by
RN Sandra Ryan MSN (Editor) and MBA Joshua Riff MD (Editor)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 508 pages

File size: 4.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


This is the first comprehensive guide to setting up, operating, and practicing in a convenient care clinic. The book addresses all key medical and operational considerations pertaining to running these local retail health clinics that are rapidly proliferating in pharmacies, supermarkets, airports, and other locations throughout the U.S.

The text describes the philosophy underlying retail care, its history and growth, and the parameters of its services. Pros and cons of different operational models are discussed. The book addresses the top 20 medical conditions likely to be seen in a retail clinic along with signs and symptoms, Written to educate healthcare providers and professionals entering the retail clinic market, it also serves as a text for nursing schools and programs for physician’s assistants that wish to add preparation for retail clinics and urgent care facilities to their curriculum. Key Features:

This is the first comprehensive guide to setting up, operating, and practicing in a convenient care clinic. The book addresses all key medical and operational considerations pertaining to running these local retail health clinics that are rapidly proliferating in pharmacies, supermarkets, airports, and other locations throughout the U.S.

The text describes the philosophy underlying retail care, its history and growth, and the parameters of its services. Pros and… (more)

This is the first comprehensive guide to setting up, operating, and practicing in a convenient care clinic. The book addresses all key medical and operational considerations pertaining to running these local retail health clinics that are rapidly proliferating in pharmacies, supermarkets, airports, and other locations throughout the U.S.

The text describes the philosophy underlying retail care, its history and growth, and the parameters of its services. Pros and cons of different operational models are discussed. The book addresses the top 20 medical conditions likely to be seen in a retail clinic along with signs and symptoms, Written to educate healthcare providers and professionals entering the retail clinic market, it also serves as a text for nursing schools and programs for physician’s assistants that wish to add preparation for retail clinics and urgent care facilities to their curriculum. Key Features:

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