- Perforated Tympanic Membrane12:18What Would I Do Next? | Urgent Care Follow Up14:19Paper Chase #1 | UTICalc To Predict Pediatric UTI4:13Nitrofurantoin in Pregnancy10:17Sickle Cell Emergencies22:01Paper Chase #2 | Tamsulosin For Ureteral Colic4:22Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Ankle17:13Approach to Ankle Fractures16:49Paper Chase #3 | Unnecessary Antibiotic Prescribing4:23Insulin Pump Basics16:11Polymyalgia Rheumatica12:30Paper Chase #4 | Metal Detectors For Esophageal Foreign Bodies4:36Recording ProvidersFree Chapter11:35Mandible Fractures12:03Opioid Withdrawal22:57Paper Chase #5 | Pediatric Urgent Care Transfers4:32The Summary9:45
A considerable portion of patients have difficulty establishing prompt follow-up care after being seen in the ED or urgent care.
Patients with medicaid have the lowest rates of follow up while those with private commercial insurance have the highest rates.
Statistically patients are less successful when trying to establish care with a specialist and are more likely to be seen by a primary care provider.