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John Kulin

John Kulin

DO, FACEP

John Kulin

The Cooperative Model for Urgent Care and Primary Care

by John Kulin, DO, FACEP

Urgent care is viewed by many as a disruptor in health care, an upstart that is changing the status quo by allowing patients to access care at the time and place they choose. Urgent care centers have definitely rattled some cages, prompting some primary care offices to open on weekends and offer extended evening hours just to compete for patient business. 

April 27, 2015|Categories: Models of Care

John Kulin

Why We Chose to Pursue Joint Commission Accreditation

by John Kulin, DO, FACEP

“Why?” That is the question I often get when I tell colleagues about pursuing Commission accreditation for our urgent care center. Many of you might remember Joint Commission from the hospital setting; hospitals were required to be Joint Commission Accredited if they wanted to be paid by Medicare.

September 09, 2014|Categories: All Things EMR

John Kulin

Defining Urgent Care as Convenient Care

by John Kulin, DO, FACEP

About a month ago I had the opportunity to talk to an insurer about a potential new urgent care location. They seemed excited until one point when the conversation turned to the topic of rates. That’s when they made this statement: “Most of what you do is convenient care anyway."


The cynic in me realized this was just a negotiating ploy to keep me from asking for a rate increase. But their comment did get me thinking.


March 05, 2013|Categories: Patient Engagement

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