Are You a Fit for an Onsite Clinic?

Early worksite health programs were developed to provide first aid and emergency care to employees working in remote or dangerous locations. Over time, many employers, particularly manufacturers, offered a company nurse or doctor to provide occupational health services to comply with federal and state workplace requirements, manage absences and disability, prepare employees for foreign travel, physical therapy, and acute (non-emergent) medical triage. 

Unlock the secrets to optimizing your occupational health program.

The NAOHP 2023 Occupational Health Benchmark Study delves into vital factors affecting service delivery. Covering compensation, quality, sales, marketing, and technology, it offers insights to enhance programs.