Urgent Care providers make clinical prescribing decisions for over 210 million patients each year. They also treat a higher percentage of patients with conditions that may lead to antibiotics. The proper education, training and resources are important to support the appropriate prescribing of antibiotics.
The Urgent Care Association, along with the College of Urgent Care Medicine (CUCM) and Urgent Care Foundation (UCF), are committed to Antibiotic Stewardship in Urgent Care.
Join UCA’s longitudinal Antibiotic Stewardship (ABS) Initiative to ensure we play our part in supporting providers and operators in addressing ABS. Through fostering a culture of quality; developing guidance and resources to create and strengthen stewardship programs; and leading collaboration across Urgent Care stakeholders.
|Benefit||Founding Industry Partner ($40,000, 2 available)||Champion Industry Partner ($25,000)|
|Prominent listing on the UCA Antibiotic Stewardship Initiative page, logo and link to provided URL||X||X|
|Recognition in News Release announcement of continuing UCA-CDC sponsored project||X|
|Opportunity to post (2) ABS resources in the UCA Learning Center||X||X|
|Opportunity to produce (1) webinar on Antibiotic Stewardship best practices||X||X|
|Opportunity to attend (1) virtual UCA ABS Committee meeting, with (20-min) focus group session during meeting||X|
|During world Antibiotic Awareness Week (November 2024)|
|Recognition in UCAccess article||X||X|
|Linked In post, content provided by Sponsor||X||X|
|Recognition of contributed ABS resources in the Learning Center||X||X|
|Recognition in UCA news release||X||X|
|Recognition at Urgent Care Convention (2024)|
|Recognition at UCF Celebration||X||X|
|One table (10 tickets) to attend UCF Celebration||X|
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Thank you for supporting the advancement and long-term success of our industry.