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美國的急救醫療中心市場

The U.S. Market for Urgent Care Centers

出版商 Kalorama Information 商品編碼 265352
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 75 Pages
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美國的急救醫療中心市場 The U.S. Market for Urgent Care Centers
出版日期: 2014年10月06日 內容資訊: 英文 75 Pages
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本報告提供美國的急救醫療中心市場相關調查、目前市場趨勢與課題、成長預測、銷售額預測及包含各設備類型的銷售額預測的市場分析,及主要企業簡介等彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 急救醫療方面的課題與趨勢

  • 耗費成本,人滿為患的急診部
  • ER成本vs.急救醫療成本
  • 投資
  • 擁有
  • 服務
  • UCC的付款來源
  • 急救醫療時間
  • 急救醫療節約相關AMA的疑慮
  • 患者就診趨勢
  • 醫療制度改革法(ACA)
  • 體檢的等候時間
  • 醫院擁有的急救醫療
  • 急救醫療中心的EMR的利用
  • 精神疾病
  • 獎勵急救醫療利用的保健政策
  • 醫生不足

第3章 急救醫療中心使用者調查

  • 概要、調查手法
  • 急救醫療利用比例:各人口
  • 過去1年找醫生診治者的比例
  • 過去1年急救醫療中心的來訪者數
  • 患者滿意度
  • 到急救醫療中心的理由

第4章 市場分析

  • 中心的成長預測
  • 急救診所的銷售額預測
  • 急救治療的銷售額預測:各來訪類型
  • 急救醫療中心的影像設備銷售額
  • 急救醫療中心的診斷檢驗銷售額
  • 臨床化學
  • 脂質/膽固醇
  • 妊娠、排卵
  • 尿液檢查
  • 藥物濫用/藥物治療監測
  • 糖尿病
  • HIV POC檢驗
  • 流感
  • 處方藥
  • 疫苗接種

第5章 企業簡介

  • American Family Care
  • Initial Investment
  • Ongoing Royalty
  • Net Worth Requirements
  • Converting an Existing Urgent Care Facility
  • Multi-Unit Purchases
  • Aurora Urgent Care
  • CareNow
  • CareSpot
  • Concentra
  • Dignity Healthcare
  • Doctors Care
  • FastMed
  • Intermountain InstaCare
  • MedExpress Urgent Care
  • NextCare
  • Patient First
  • U.S. HealthWorks

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Urgent care centers in the United States provide an increasingly important option between a physician's office and a hospital emergency room. They provide walk-in, extended hour access for acute illness and injury care that is either beyond the scope or availability of the typical primary care practice. With a need to reduce emergency room visits and the influx of patients expected due to healthcare reform legislation, urgent care could play a decisive role in healthcare in the near future.

Business planners in healthcare who are targeting hospitals or physician offices are leaving out a critical use area. This report, The U.S. Market for Urgent Care Centers, represents Kalorama's analysis of the current market and future opportunity for urgent care centers. The report looks at center location growth, and the market for services performed by urgent care centers. It includes the following important data

  • Market for Urgent Care 2013-2018
  • Survey of Consumers Who Have Visited an Urgent Care Clinic
  • Breakout of Urgent Care Revenues by Type (Anxiety/Mental Disorder, Respiratory, Stomach/Nausea, Skin, Fracture, Lacerations/Wounds, Cold/Flu, Lab, Pharmacy, X-Ray/Imaging, Vaccine, Allergies, Membership Fees, Aesthetic/Spa, Burn, Eye Treatment, Earache, Physical Therapy, Other)
  • IVD Sales to Urgent Care Centers (Chemistry Panels, Complete Blood Count, Cholesterol/Lipids, Hep Function, Glucose, HbA1c, Flu, Preg/LH, Urinalysis, HIV, Allergy, Strep, Drugs of Abuse, Cardiac Markers, Coagulation PT, Anemia, Other)
  • X-Ray and Other Imaging Sales to Urgent Care Centers
  • Prescriptions Written by Urgent Care Centers
  • Vaccinations Performed by Urgent Care Centers

The urgent care business model involves providing a full range of services of non-emergency acute care. The model promises service and relies on a substantial investment in equipment and staff. Most have a physician on staff, generally more than one. UCC's differ from traditional Physicians' offices with procedure rooms for lacerations and fractures, radiology department for x-ray services, and a laboratory. While some traditional physician practices may have these facilitates, it is more the exception. Convenient hours are a key strength of urgent care centers. Most urgent cares have hours at least as early as 8 a.m. but sometimes 7 a.m. and close at 8-10 p.m. at night.

In addition to market estimates and forecasts, the report provides the following:

  • Number of Centers Estimate and Growth Forecast, 2011-2017
  • Ownership of Urgent Care Centers
  • Age of Urgent Care Clinic
  • Drivers of Growth
  • Limitations and Challenges
  • Profiles of Representative Urgent Care Companies
  • Current and Likely Future Effects of Healthcare Reform
  • Competition, Insurance Company "Urgent-Care Friendly" Policies, Hospital-Ownership, and Other Trends

Kalorama's survey of urgent care consumers provided an important foundation for this report. In addition, Information for this report was gathered from a wide variety of published sources including company reports, catalogs, materials and public filings; government documents; trade journals; newspapers and business press; analysts' reports and other sources. Surveys of urgent care centers that have been published in journals and government websites were an important part of visit and revenue analysis. Specific business plans and revenues of individual operators and chains in different areas of the United States were examined to determine trends.

Table of Contents

ONE: Executive Summary

  • Growth in Urgent Care Centers
  • Limiters
  • The Need for Urgent Care
  • Consumer Feedback
  • Urgent Care Center Market
  • Opportunity for Suppliers - Imaging, IVD, Pharmaceutical
  • Scope and Methodology
  • Conclusions

TWO: Issues and Trends in Urgent Care

  • The Costly and Overcrowded Emergency Department
  • ER Costs vs. Urgent Care Costs
  • Urgent Care Clinic Business Model
  • Investment
  • Ownership
  • Services
  • Payment Sources for UCCs
  • Urgent Care Hours
  • AMA Concerns about Urgent Care Savings
  • Other Provider Hours
  • Patient Visit Trends
  • Affordable Care Act
  • Doctor Waiting Room Times
  • Hospital-Owned Urgent Care
  • EMR Usage at Urgent Care Centers
  • Mental Illness
  • Insurance Policies to Encourage Urgent Care Usage
  • Physician Shortage

THREE: Urgent Center User Survey

  • Overview and Methodology
  • Percentage of Urgent Care Usage by Population
  • Percentage Who Have Seen a Physician in the Last Year
  • Number of Urgent Care Visits in the Last Year
  • Level of Patient Satisfaction
  • Reasons for Urgent Center Visits

FOUR: Market Analysis

  • Center Growth Forecast
  • Urgent Clinic Sales Forecasts
  • Urgent Care Sales by Type of Visit
  • Imaging Equipment Sales to Urgent Care Centers
  • Diagnostics Test Sales to Urgent Care Centers
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Lipids/Cholesterol
  • Pregnancy Ovulation
  • Urinalysis
  • Drugs of Abuse/Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
  • Diabetes
  • HIV POC Testing
  • Influenza
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Vaccines

FIVE: Company Profiles

  • American Family Care
  • Initial Investment
  • Ongoing Royalty
  • Net Worth Requirements
  • Converting an Existing Urgent Care Facility
  • Multi-Unit Purchases
  • Aurora Urgent Care
  • CareNow
  • CareSpot
  • Concentra
  • Dignity Healthcare
  • Doctors Care
  • FastMed
  • Intermountain InstaCare
  • MedExpress Urgent Care
  • NextCare
  • Patient First
  • U.S. HealthWorks

List of Exhibits

ONE: Executive Summary

  • Figure 1-1: Number of Urgent Care Centers, 2011-2017
  • Figure 1-2: Drivers of Clinic Location Growth
  • Figure 1-3: Limiters of Retail Clinic Growth
  • Figure 1-4: Common Reasons for Going to an Urgent Care Center

TWO: Issues and Trends in Urgent Care

  • Table 2-1: Typical ER versus Urgent Care Cost, Selective Procedures
  • Table 2-2: Type of Staff Employed
  • Figure 2-1: Ownership of Urgent Care Centers (Hospital, Physician, Corporation,Non-Physician Individual)
  • Figure 2-2: Growth Areas of Ownership Types (Hospital, Physician, Corporation,Non-Physician Individual)
  • Figure 2-3: Age of Urgent Care Clinic
  • Figure 2-4: Urgent Care Payment Source
  • Table 2-3: Use of Health Information Technology, NIH Study

THREE: Urgent Center User Survey

  • Figure 3-1: Have You Visited an Urgent Care Center in the Last 12 Months
  • Figure 3-2: Do You Have a Physician That You Have Seen in the Last Year
  • Figure 3-3: Number of Times You Have Visited an Urgent Care Center in theLast Year
  • Figure 3-4: Were You Satisfied with Your Urgent Care Center Visit
  • Figure 3-5: Reason for Your Urgent Care Center Visit

FOUR: Market Analysis

  • Figure 4-1: Clinic Sales 2011-2017
  • Table 4-1: The U.S. Market for Urgent Care Center Services, 2011-2017
  • Table 4-2: Urgent Care Market by Procedure, 2013 and 2017 (Anxiety/Mental
  • Disorder, Respiratory, Stomach/Nausea, Skin, Fracture, Lacerations/Wounds,Cold/Flu, Lab, Pharmacy, X-Ray/Imaging, Vaccine, Allergies, Membership Fees,Aesthetic/Spa, Burn, Eye Treatment, Earache, Physical Therapy, Other)
  • Table 4-3: Imaging Sales to Urgent Care Centers, 2013 and 2017 (X-Ray,Ultrasound, CT)
  • Table 4-4: Diagnostic Sales to Urgent Care Centers, 2013 and 2017 (Chemistry
  • Panels, Complete Blood Count, Cholesterol/Lipids, Hep Function, Glucose,
  • HbA1c, Flu, Preg/LH, Urinalysis, HIV, Allergy, Strep, Drugs of Abuse, Cardiac
  • Markers, Coagulation PT, Anemia, Other)
  • Table 4-5: Prescriptions Written at Urgent Care Centers by Type, 2012 and 2017(Antibiotic, Flu, Painkiller, Asthma, Pres. Cough, Steroid, Others)
  • Table 4-6: Commonly Prescribed Pharmaceuticals in Urgent Care Centers
  • Table 4-7: Vaccinations Given at Urgent Care Clinics, 2012 and 2017 (Flu, Child Immunizations, Tetanus, Hep)
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