Occupational Health EHR Software
HIPAA Compliant Occupational and Employer Health EHR with Practice Management Software
Take a guided tour of some of the popular features of PrognoCIS occupational and employer health software.
Additional features to benefit your practice
Secure communication is essential for a medical practice, which is why we offer an Employer Portal seamlessly integrated with PrognoCIS EHR. This portal helps practices to share employee documents and work status reports securely and easily. Employers can access records, view and pay invoices and maintain their own list of employees and users.
One of the most powerful features of our software is Case Management. Tracking the Accidents and Injuries through the duration of care. With a click of a button, you can pull all case related medical records and claims.
Custom Occupational Medicine Templates
Custom Occupational Medicine Templates within PrognoCIS EHR include:
- Injury Treatment
- Pre-employment Physicals
- Drug and Alcohol Testing
- Specialty and Therapeutic Care
- Federal and State DOT Regulatory Forms
- Urgent Care Procedure Templates
- Worker’s Compensation Forms
- State and OSHA Related Required Forms
Advanced Reporting Features
PrognoCIS Advanced Reporting Features help you stay on track. Customizable dashboards are available to allow users to run and view multiple reports at once. A sample of available reports:
- Past Due Surveillance Testing and Vaccinations
- OSHA 300 LOGS
- Unscheduled Follow-up Visits
- List of Injuries with Associated Missed Workdays
- Plus a Full Suite of Financial Report
Benefits of Implementing Occupational Medicine in to your Clinic
Occupational Medicine is in great demand today. There are a wide range of benefits of incorporating Occupational Medicine Software in your Clinic.
PrognoCIS Occupational Medicine EHR Case Study on Productivity and Safety
Come see why more occupational health companies and employer clinics are choosing PrognoCIS Occupational EHR more than ever before. Read our case study to see how PrognoCIS can help improve workflow, productivity and safety.
Occupational Medicine EHR software plays a vital role in consolidating comprehensive information like pre-employment verification, drug testing, workplace illness, injury, disability or mental stress, in simple, organized structure. All these requirements also create a need for comprehensive incident documentation both for, medical and legal requirements. Occupational Medicine EHR System delivers a wide variety of benefits to patients and physicians by providing access to various portals designed for specific needs – patient portal, employer portal, and attorney portal.
Occupation Medicine is important in assessing and maintaining the overall health and safety of the employees of an organization.
Occupational Medicine is a medical specialty related to the prevention and treatment of workplace injuries and illness. Occupational Medicine can incorporate first aid or triage of injuries, pre-employment screenings, immunizations and tracking, employee wellness and routine surveillance.
The main objectives of Occupational Medicine are to prevent and monitor workplace injuries, ensure the health and safety of an organization’s employees and to promote overall wellbeing.
The 4 benefits of Occupational Health are to prevent workplace injuries, to comply with Occupational Health standards, to mitigate the risk of employee illness and industrial exposure and to promote employee wellness.
Occupational health providers assess and monitor the overall health of an employee population. Occupational health is a very broad category and there are a variety of services that may be provided including, conducting routine screenings or pre-employment testing, first aid or treatment for injuries, immunizations, and assisting with health and wellness education.
If you’re injured on the job, an Occupational Medicine provider may assess your injury, provide first aid and/or treatment for your injuries. They may also conduct an ergonomic or safety assessment on your working conditions and surroundings to prevent injuries.
Occupational Health, Occupational Medicine and Employer Health are all somewhat interchangeable. Some providers may focus on the workforce of a single employer where others may assist employees of multiple companies.
Occupational Medicine can be practiced by many types of healthcare providers. Commonly an occupational medicine practice or facility is staffed with a combination of physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, emergency medical technicians, phlebotomists, and/or medical assistants. Many organizations also utilize health and safety professionals that monitor industrial and overall safety risks.
Employer health is a component of Occupational Medicine that aims to prevent and treat workplace illness and injury and promote employee wellness.
Employers can strive to ensure the health, wellness, and safety of their organization’s employees by engaging in an employee health program. Many employers use their employee health program to provide quick access to healthcare for it’s associates and to control healthcare costs.
Employer/employee health typically deploys Occupational Medicine as the specialty by where healthcare is provided to an organization’s employees
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