Clinical management of workplace health and regulatory compliance.
Support for environmental, health & safety, and OSHA surveillance programs (e.g., hearing conservation and respiratory protection); exams (e.g., fitness for duty, DOT, HAZMAT); policy development; reporting (including OSHA logs); support for ergonomics, industrial hygiene, and other programs to reduce exposures and support productivity.
Treating work-related injuries and supporting workers’ comp programs.
Assess and treat workplace injuries, refer for additional care as needed; support case management; gather and analyze injury data; support safety, return-to-work, modified duty, and other programs; ensure compliance with state reporting and other regulations.
Diagnosis and clinical management of chronic stable disease.
Primary care clinics providing the primary point of contact for patients in the health system; serving as a resource to educate and advise patients; refer and coordinate care with specialists as needed; manage minor infections and illness, as well as chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and stable heart disease.
Managing healthcare needs of the business traveler, especially for foreign travel.
Help assess travel-related health risks; provide education, vaccinations, medications, and travel health advice; help prepare screening criteria and travel health policies.
Immediate assessment and guidance in response to injury and illness.
Systematic assessment and telephone triage nursing to determine the severity of injury and illness at the onset of symptoms, followed by guidance in self-care, interim care, and appropriate referrals to preferred providers; real-time reporting to risk, safety, and claims managers.
On-site prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
Providing convenient access and low-cost medications, while ensuring unnecessary medications are avoided; utilizing generic options, long-term fills on maintenance medications, and other cost savings measures.
Screening, education, prevention, and healthy lifestyles.
Health Risk Assessments (HRAs); vaccinations and immunizations; healthcare screening exams for conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and cancers; interventions to promote better fitness, nutrition, and other healthy lifestyle choices; support services, such as health fairs, smoking cessation, and weight loss programs.
Acute and emergency care in remote settings.
Managing healthcare needs when comprehensive services are unavailable in terms of time and distance; emergency response, evaluation, treatment, stabilization, transport arrangements, and coordination with other responders.
Diagnosis and clinical management of minor acute episodic conditions.
Mobile medical care without scheduled appointments for acute illnesses (including strep throat, ear infections, colds, urinary tract infection), minor orthopedic injuries (can include X-ray capability), and soft tissue injuries (including sutures). Identify, stabilize, and refer more serious conditions.
Triage, acute intervention, and stabilization in emergencies.
Response, assessment, initial treatment, stabilization, and coordination with community EMS system; professional safety training, protocols, and medical direction for responders; Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS).