How to become Ideal Occupational Medicine Clinic for local employers

Worker in Warehouse

Did you know that the vitality rate for injuries is 3.6% per 100,000 full-time workers? An average of 14 workers injured per second in the United States, which means that employers like having the tools to be able to track their employee’s work-related health conditions. With an increase in workplace-related injuries and fatalities, there’s been a massive increase in … Read more

4 Efficient Strategies to Accomplish Patient Retention

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In today’s technological era, healthcare choices, mode of delivery and financial options are easily accessible to everyone. Patients consistently shop for cost-effective healthcare options. In this competitive scenario, patient participation and patient experience become key to patient retention. Patient engagement in making well-informed decisions about their healthcare needs empowers patients, improves health outcomes, and nurtures … Read more

Personal Health Records: Their importance during Natural Disasters

Natural disasters arrive in different forms, usually without warning. Whether these are wildfires, hurricanes, or tornadoes,  it is always crucial to have a plan in place. While initial recovery takes several months, it takes years to recover from the loss of such extent fully. The impact of a natural disaster can be so massive that … Read more

How Does EHR Integration Benefit Primary Care Practice?

Primary Care is generally the first point of contact for most of the medical concerns. Primary Care includes four major specialty areas: Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pediatrics. Primary Care Physician (PCP) provides care and treatment for people of all age groups – ranging from infants and adolescents to adults and seniors. A … Read more

What are the Benefits of Implementing Occupational Medicine into Your Clinic

Employers today are interested to keep a visible track of their worker’s medical record, especially work-related health problems. One of the reasons for this concern is to reduce the risk of work-related injuries and the other is to comply with strict regulatory policies to remain operational in the business.  The working environment has undergone an … Read more

4 main objectives of Promoting Interoperability (PI) Program

  CMS proposes to replace Meaningful Use with “Promoting Interoperability” Program with an aim to reduce redundancies and provide patients access to quality healthcare. The main goal of highlighting Interoperability as a fundamental feature is to ensure that the hospitals and providers are technologically and policy-wise equipped to help create a seamless flow of health data information between … Read more

Occupational Medicine EHR Brings Employers More Qualified Workers

According to a recent report from Washington Post, companies have been on a hiring spree. The unemployment rate has fallen to 3.8 percent, the lowest since 2000. “The labor market is continuing its longest streak of job growth on record,” said Martha Gimbel, researcher director at Indeed.com, an employment website. “This recovery is showing no sign of … Read more

How EHR Usability impacts Healthcare and features that improve its functionalities

The Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) defines EHR usability as follows. “Usability is the effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction with which specific users can achieve a specific set of tasks in a particular environment. In essence, a system with good usability is easy to use and effective. It is intuitive, forgiving of mistakes and allows … Read more