Checklist for Reopening Medical Practices – A Practical Guide

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Although the pandemic of COVID-19 is not over, the apparent subsiding of new cases has allowed medical practices to begin reopening for some nonessential but clinically necessary patient care. Practices cannot just suddenly open their doors to patient delivery, but they must find ways to see patients while keeping their exposure to the virus minimal. … Read more

How to Evaluate Telemedicine ROI for Your Practice: Important Metrics

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Telemedicine is becoming more widely available and it will soon be an expectation, rather than a novelty. A situation like the current COVID-19 pandemic brought this option into the spotlight, but telehealth and video visits were already increasing in use prior to this event. One question that physicians and practices have struggled with is determining telehealth … Read more

PrognoCIS Occupational and Employer Health Solutions.

Easing Administrative Burden in Occupational and Employer Health Employer Protocols and Drug Screen Randomization for Occupational and Employer Health Bridging the Communication Gap in Occupational and Employer Health One of the biggest challenges in Occupational and Employer Healthcare is communication.  In a normal healthcare setting, only two parties communicate about a patient’s health – the … Read more

CARES Act Brings Fiscal Resources to Medical Practices

The novel coronavirus represents a threat to the modern world. The pandemic swept the country with fury and an economic stranglehold. For medical professionals and private practice owners, the pandemic’s disruption means to struggle and a sudden loss of revenue. Congress, however, passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act in late March, … Read more

How to become Ideal Occupational Medicine Clinic for local employers

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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