Find Your Care Sponsorship Opportunity
Help us help patients get the Right Care. Right Place. Right Cost. Right Now!™
What is Find Your Care?
Find your care is a free to the public online web application that helps people become smarter patients by better understanding differences between emergent and urgent care.
Too many people go to the wrong place to get emergent or urgent medical care, resulting in wasting more time and money than they should.
Our app will be a useful guide to help patients make better choices when finding the right care they need.
How does it work?
Patients are encouraged to use a basic symptom checker to determine if they need urgent care, an emergency room visit, or simply a visit to a local clinic.
After a brief Q&A, patients receive results from the website that displays a list of local care facilities based on distance, hours of operation, and facility type.Click here to get started
What are the benefits to sponsorship?
Your care facility will have the opportunity to gain new patients seeking the right care at the right place for the right cost - right now!Click here to get started
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How does sponsorship work?
Sponsored care facilities will receive priority placement in the listing results or across sponsored advertising spaces on the website based on local, regional, or national sponsorship levels.
Why was Find Your Care created?
As a practicing emergency room (ER) physician, Dr. Davies has often observed patients coming to ERs with minor ailments and injuries that do not require the capabilities of a full ER. Either the problem is not an emergency or the problem could be adequately handled at an urgent care (UC) center.
Often the mismatch of clinical need and emergency location leads to delays receiving care and very high costs, both for the non-emergency patient and for emergency patients as well. ERs are too full of patients who do not have emergencies that care for people who actually do have emergencies is compromised, delayed, and made more expensive.
Patients often are unaware of the existence of UCCs or what service level they provide. Patients also often overlook other alternatives, like calling their personal physician or other drop-in or same-day-appointment medical practices. This mismatch of clinical need and service level plugs up the ER and results in enormous excess healthcare expenditures, huge wasting of time, and frustration all around.