The 10 Essential Elements of an Occupational Medicine Program

Each year, the costs associated with work-related injuries and disabilities impact company bottom lines. In 2013 alone, there were 3 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported in the U.S.1 A cost-efficient, outcomes-driven occupational medicine program can reduce costs by keeping your employees healthy and your workplace safe, but not all programs are created equal.

Download this whitepaper to learn the 10 essential elements to consider as you look for an occupational medicine provider, including:

  • Established injury care processes
  • One facility for multiple services
  • Clinical expertise

1 Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Employer-Related Workplace Injury and Illness Summary.