Importance of Occupational Health and Safety Services:
It divided into three parts i.e., Occupational Health, Occupational Safety, and Industrial Hygiene. As it focuses on reducing unsafe conditions at workplaces by mitigating hazards, employees can work safely without getting worried about any risk. It increases the efficiency and the work potential of the employee. In addition, the cost of healthcare and insurance premiums also get reduced to a great extent via this program.
*Note: Telemedicine includes not just video chats but also voice-only calls, real-time messaging, and asynchronous communications.
Benefits of Virtual Occupational Health Services:
The five major benefits or principles of this employee wellness program are anticipation, identification, and evaluation of risks, evaluation of results, and risk control. Understand it better with these pointers:
- You can see a doctor even if it is not regular office hours, which is great for those who work late shifts.
- Telemedicine employee health services are convenient, especially for people who live far from medical facilities in rural areas.
- Provide a quick and accurate medical consultation without spending a lot of time at a clinic.
- You can reach a doctor 24/7, so you don’t have to leave voicemail messages and wait for a callback.
Employers and occupational healthcare clinics also benefit from telemedicine:
- They don’t have to send employees with minor injuries to urgent care facilities.
- Less invasive treatments can be used, which can be managed from a distance, avoiding unnecessary tests and reducing costs.
- Fewer people go to the hospital for minor issues, so doctors can focus on real emergencies.
- Costs per visit can be reduced significantly.
So, if you want to get started with telehealth occupational therapy, then it is time to connect with us.
How can we help you with Occupational Medicine?
We have expertise in delivering comprehensive occupational medicine services. This includes:
- Taking care of injured workers,
- Incident reporting,
- Conducting drug screenings,
- Performing dot physicals,
- Risk Assessments,
- Assessing fitness for duty, and
- Offering respiratory and audiology evaluations, along with various other occupational health examinations.