Don’t Be a Data Island

What occupational health providers need to know mabout EHRs “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” —Goethe These wise words appear in the opening pages of a September 2011 Institute of Medicine report "Incorporating Occupational Information in Electronic Health Records." The 74-page report, available at www.iom.edu, highlights the importance of including occupational data in electronic health records, EHRs, and the feasibility of doing so.

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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.