72% of consumers search for a healthcare provider online. Patients want convenience and ease. When you meet those demands, your practice is more likely to attract new patients, maintain a steady patient load, and keep them coming back. Here are 3 simple (yet effective!) ways to improve patient exper
Urgent Cares consistently need to manage high and unpredictable patient volumes with limited staff to support. Patient volume can be a bit precarious. If there are no patients coming in, you're not seeing any revenue. Conversely, too many patients walking in can stress out your staff, increase wai
COVID-related visits are declining and consumer expectations have shifted. What does that mean for your clinic's growth? Check out our guide with actionable strategies for retaining patients and driving revenue in a new urgent care world.
As we rapidly shift from vaccine supply scarcity to surplus, the biggest challenge will be getting doses in arms and avoiding unnecessary delays - making it imperative to prepare now. While initially vaccine distribution was limited to governments and hospitals, quickly enabling vaccine distribut
The Michigan National Guard needed a fast, scalable effort to inoculate the workforce tasked with statewide vaccine delivery, and they found one. Learn how they launched 9 COVID vaccine sites within 4 days of engaging with Solv.
Solv has solutions that have been helping urgent care locations manage growing - and unpredictable - patient volumes. And we know that leading urgent care brands will embrace new workflows in order to improve operational efficiencies and capture this incredible surge in demand.
Learn how the City of Seattle partnered with U.S. Digital Response and Solv to deploy a technology solution that would meet their goal of providing access to city-wide, scalable COVID-19 testing across multiple locations while handling high demand from patients.
Download Solv's ebook and learn how to create a sustainable hybrid medical practice in this new COVID world, blending telemedicine services and in-person visits.
The emergence of COVID-19 and the subsequent pandemic have markedly changed consumer behavior in the convenient care space. In-person convenient care visit volumes have decreased between 20 and 70%. The decline has forced as many as 18% of clinic operators to either close their doors or drastically
Unnecessary public panic and hysteria about new diseases are common: we saw it with the Ebola outbreak, SARS, and HIV-AIDS. How can you educate the worried well, before the anxiety and uncertainty set in? Get actionable tips to help your patients feel at ease
Making sure that you reach patients in their time of need, when they have a minor illness or injury, is one of the biggest business challenges that urgent care operators face. And, while walk-in patients likely make up a good percentage of your business, urgent care is transitioning to an appointmen
Consumers today simply expect more: control, certainty, transparency, convenience. These expectations are sometimes challenging to fulfill, but when you fluidly weave them into your business, you create magic!
Healthcare is complicated, expensive, and by nature, used in mostly unfortunate circumstances. However, the healthcare landscape is beginning to shift. Solv's 2018 Consumer Healthcare Report highlight the demand for healthcare convenience.
Front desk staff at urgent care centers have a big job that requires them to juggle many responsibilities at once. Solv believes that by empowering your staff to make decisions, urgent care centers can run at full capacity with optimal efficiency while creating a positive environment. Learn how!
Flu season is the busiest time of the year for urgent care. Clinics see anywhere from 25-100% increase in volume during between December and February. Learn to not only manage the volume, but create loyal patients.
Attract more patients.
Reduce wait times.
Boost online reputation.
See why top practices use Solv.