Live Webinars

UCA offers dozens of live webinars each year. Some may include CME or CUCMP credit and others are webinars brought to you (free of charge) by an urgent care vendor / industry organization.

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UCA Webinars

FREE Recorded Webinar for UCA Members - Serving Those Who Serve: UC Sites now part of V.A. Community Care Program




Serving Those Who Serve: Enrollment, Participation & Next Steps in the all new V.A. Urgent Care Benefit


UCA and TriWest Healthcare Alliance are now working together to create a national network of urgent care centers to provide urgent care access to eligible veterans. This new urgent care/walk-in benefit was launched by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) under its Community Care programs and is scheduled to start on June 6, 2019. The goal of the program is to provide Veterans with options for same-day and urgent health care near their home or work without prior authorization. Details related to UCA advocacy and how to enroll with TriWest if you are not already contracted can be found in this blog post, and UCA is also proud to offer a free informational recorded webinar exclusive to our members.

Get all of your questions answered during this UCA Members' only recorded webinar. Heather Jelonek, Director, Network Development, TriWest Healthcare Alliance, discussed how to enroll, covered services, who is eligible for the service and more.

This FREE recorded webinar, in collaboration with TriWest Healthcare Alliance, is a UCA member benefit to clarify contracting, enrollment, payment and other details to assist you in caring for our nation's veterans. (Members, log in to view link to recorded webinar. Not a member? Join today!)

Urgent Care Industry Organization Webinars


Strategies and Requirements for Provider Credentialing in Urgent Care Centers

Thursday, August 8 | 1:30-2:30 pm CT | FREE

brought to you by MedTrainer


Join Ted Gottis, Senior Vice president of MedTrainer and a federal and state regulatory affairs specialist, to get the information you need to master your credentialing process.

How urgent care centers are licensed and contracting arrangements will affect whether or not the UCC will formally credential providers. State licensing requirements vary on how UCCs may be formed and how they are approved to provide services which may include an informal process of attesting to physician-owner qualifications. The financial implications of provider credentials and privileging go beyond the legal requirements, as the process is beneficial for provider network participation.

Register for this FREE webinar to learn how to master your credentialing process from the experts at MedTrainer.


* The information and opinions expressed in this sponsored content are exclusive to the presenting company and do not reflect endorsement by UCA, its Board, members or staff.


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