Program Recertification

Recertification is an opportunity to strengthen your occupational health program and empower your team. Every three years, NAOHP recertification allows you to stay up-to-date with the latest innovations in the field of Occupational Medicine, enabling your program to provide better patient care and outcomes. Plus, it sets you apart from the competition and reassures patients, employers, and insurers that your program is committed to delivering excellent service.

Program Recertification Steps

Step I: Organization and Product Lines

Organization and Staffing

  • Submit the organizational chart and discuss any changes since original certification/last re-certification.
  • Provide a detailed overview of the current staffing model, including staffing reports and any changes since the last certification.

Product Lines

  • Submit the current product lines and describe any changes that have occurred since the initial certification.
  • Tailored Content

    Access information that directly addresses the pain points specific to urgent care providers, ensuring relevance and applicability in your daily practice.

    Step II: Staffing

    Current Staffing Model

  • Provide detailed staffing reports and any updates to the current staffing model since the last review.
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    Step III: EMR

    Electronic Medical Record (EMR)

  • Describe any changes that have occurred in the electronic medical record system since the last review.
  • List any additional software being used in conjunction with the EMR.
  • Step IV: Coding

    Injury Coding Processes

  • Review the current injury coding processes in the clinic and compare them to the initial process at the time of certification.
  • Step V: Success Measures

    Clinical Activity Metrics

  • Provide a comprehensive overview of clinical activity metrics, including any changes or updates since the last review.
  • Patient Satisfaction

  • Include patient satisfaction metrics and any improvements or changes made to enhance patient satisfaction.
  • Goals for Future

  • Outline goals for future improvements and developments in line with the NAOHP Program's standards and expectations.
  • Testimonials from Our Participants

    Enroll in "Program Recertification" today!

    Who Is This Program For?

    • Front-line providers in urgent care and occmed clinics
    • MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, and DCs caring for injured workers and performing occupational medicine exams
    • New providers – Perfect for onboarding into your existing practice
    • “Old-Timers” – Even seasoned occmed docs rave about stuff they’ve forgotten or confirmed existing practices
    • This is practical training for providers to learn the mindset, regulatory and compliance issues, and patient management techniques for successful occmed practice

    Medical Directors

    • Guide your staff and delight your clients
    • Not Yet Providing Occmed Services
    • Training specific to starting occmed services in your center

    Who Is This Program Not For?

    • Anyone who thinks you can easily pull in new employer clients without “doing it right”
    • Academics who want a lot of biostatistics & epidemiology – Get that in a university MPH type course

    Now Let’s Discuss What’s So Unique About Occupational Medicine for Urgent Care.

    So far, since you’ve made it this far, we know you are “qualified” to learn more…

    How can this program help you?

    If you had to go out and find all the information presented in these lessons, it would take months, and then you’d have to sort through to get just what is relevant to front line urgent care and occmed practice.

    I know because medical directors of large programs have told me they’ve already spent months tracking down some of this stuff only to find it so well presented in a half-hour lesson!

    Most of the research you’d have to do would be full of too much information. I’ve already cut through all that and succinctly present everything you need to know for all your occmed exams and worker’s compensation injury care.


    How Do You Know For Sure

    This is Truly the Best Occmed Course For You to Enroll In?

    You’ll be in good company. I’ve taught similar material (although it has improved and evolved over the years) for providers in organizations like:

    YES This Course is Fully Accredited!

    Upon completion of this course, you can claim 5 CE credits through the accreditation company Your CE Source.

    Claiming instructions will be provided upon completion of the course.

    Lawrence Earl

    Dr. Larry Earl (MD)

    I’m Dr. Larry Earl (MD) and I’ve owned and operated multi-site, multi-state Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine centers for over 30 years.

    As president & CEO of NAOHP, I support our members in pursuit of excellence in their employer-directed services and continue consulting and training for clients ranging from independent medical practices to billion-dollar healthcare organizations.

    We asked members and occupational health professionals across the nation what they are looking for to help them with their occupational health & blended urgent care programs. We received an overwhelming response from people – AND – We listened.

    We changed many things around, and provide our members with the resources, and strategies that really work in the industry. Our CONTINUED goal is, and will be, to listen and supply the needs within the occupational health industry (operations and business, business development, and marketing).

    Your business needs to operate like a well-oiled engine. There are lots of moving parts, and our experienced team can help you put it all together. We don’t just teach it – we live it.

    Progressing with the ongoing changes, NAOHP remains the core development of occupational health operations, which also includes the specialized fields of business development/marketing, wellness, telemedicine, urgent care, population health, employee health, and more.

    It’s simple – at the end of the day, professionals are looking for ideas on how to grow their occupational health business, and stay ahead of their competition. Whether you’re new to this business or adding occupational health to your menu of services, we will teach you how to market your program, what other services you need to be offering, and provide you and your staff with the necessary tools to develop a successful program!