In an increasingly competitive market, urgent care centers are looking for ways to diversify their services, differentiate themselves from the competition, and increase their profitability. With a new urgent care center opening up almost every day in the United States, it won’t be long before there is nearly one on every corner like Starbucks. With the market becoming this competitive, there is a good chance that another urgent care may open right down the street from yours. This is just one of the reasons why urgent care centers are looking to run clinical trials at their facilities. Chances are, your competition is not running a clinical trial and doesn’t know how to get involved.
In this article, we will discuss the many reasons why urgent care centers are looking at clinical trials, how they become involved, who to turn to for help in getting these trials started, and what kind of profitability is actually out there?
Along with that, we’ll discuss with G2 CRC President and Founder Gabe Goldfeder what’s happening with the market and current trends that he’s seeing in the industry. We’ll also discuss the value of clinical trials in the urgent care environment with Blayne Rush, President of Ambulatory Alliances, LLC, an investment-banking firm that has completed more than 250 healthcare transactions and specializing in the urgent care environment.