As the workplace evolves to include an increasing amount of remote employees, telehealth services are a perfect solution to decrease downtime and provide efficient support to employees who are not in the immediate vicinity. 76% of large employers offer telehealth services and, in an increasingly competitive employment marketplace, most millennial hires expect and appreciate the convenience of telemedicine.
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Occupational health services are primary care services that focus on the health and well-being of workers. These services can include everything from screenings and vaccinations to injury prevention and treatment. In recent years, occupational health services have increasingly been delivered through telehealth, which allows workers to access care from anywhere in the world. This type of care is especially beneficial for workers who are based in remote or rural areas, or who have limited access to primary care providers. Occupational health services can help workers stay healthy and productive, and prevent injuries and illnesses from happening in the first place.
Occupational health services can play a vital role in promoting wellness and preventing illness among employees. By offering wellness programs and telehealth services, occupational health providers can help employees to stay healthy and productive. wellness programs can include things like weight loss programs, smoking cessation programs, and stress management programs. Telehealth services can include things like mental health counseling, primary care, and chronic disease management. By offering these services, occupational health providers can help employees to stay healthy and to avoid costly medical bills.
Bloodborne Pathogen Training
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all workers who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens receive bloodborne pathogen training. This training must be provided at no cost to the worker, and must be made available in a language that the worker can understand. The purpose of this training is to ensure that workers know how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens, and how to properly clean and disinfect surfaces that may be contaminated. bloodborne pathogen training is an important part of occupational health services, and can help to keep workers safe and healthy on the job.
Our Unique Approach to Occupational Healthcare
Occupational health is often viewed as “fixing”. An employee is injured, and we have an obligation to treat them, “fix” the injury and restore them to work. At Work Health Solutions, we work with our clients to focus on efforts that are more impactful and cost-effective. We look at proactive care, then use targeted interventions crafted to meet the needs of your workplace and your employees.
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With a passion for reducing employer costs through proactive healthcare, Work Health Solutions offers a different perspective on occupational health. We build customized programs to fit your needs and work with you to find top talent and resources to manage those programs.
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