Reports, Data Licensing and Research
Urgent Care Benchmark Report
Merchant Medicine has partnered with the Urgent Care Association (UCA, formerly UCAOA) for the 2017 Urgent Care Benchmark Report. The UCA Benchmarking Report provides almost 200 different benchmarks across the last several years with trended data. It includes operational assessment of urgent care operator practices, differences in operating models, and numerous functional domains such as facility, demographics, structure, hours of operation, visits, integration, staffing, compensation, benefits, technology, marketing, coding, services offered, services details, revenue, expenses, billing, compliance, certification/quality, and others. Purchase the Benchmarking Report here.
ConvUrgentCare® Market Report
The ConvUrgentCare® Report is Merchant Medicine's market report on the walk-in clinic industry. Each month, the report includes a feature article covering the on-demand healthcare space. Additionally, the report will include a breakdown of clinics by the top urgent care and retail clinic operators once every quarter. Contact Us to begin receiving this free subscription.
Retail Clinic and Urgent Care Database
Merchant Medicine clients gain fresh insight into the on-demand healthcare world through a number of data collection initiatives. Merchant Medicine tracks both retail clinic and urgent care operators in the United States. We maintain a database of all retail and urgent care clinics, including geocoded addresses, hours of operation, phone numbers, ownership, postal delivery attributes and CBSA, census tract, and block group attributes. We also store and refresh public and private datasets of provider, facility, and claims related information. We license this data on a limited basis for academic and other institutional research initiatives. Contact Us if you are interested in purchasing.
Consumer Preferences Report
Download the Consumer Preferences Report - Patient & Customer Perspectives on Walk-In Medicine: A Merchant Medicine Research Report conducted by Sparks Research and sponsored by DX Marketing