Our on-site health care professionals deliver services provides employees with effective and efficient primary care, which allows our clinics to:
- Treat primary care needs on-site to minimize direct medical costs, reduce lost work time and absenteeism, and improve productivity
- Provide annual Health Risk Assessments through LabInsight to reduce high-cost downstream health care expenditures
- Build employee loyalty, enhances recruitment, and reduces turnover
Our primary care services provide treatment to employees and, if desired, dependents and retirees. We provide all the services a primary-care physician's office would offer but at a lower cost and greater convenience. In addition to treating minor illnesses and injuries we offer ongoing treatment and management of chronic conditions.
Our occupational health services provide treatment of work-related injuries or illnesses with return-to-work programs that increase productivity. All of our occupational health providers are knowledgeable about OSHA regulations related to medical surveillance programs, drug testing, reporting, fitness for duty, and return-to-work exams.
We comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rules and only disclose information to employers that is directly related to an on-the-job injury.
MyHealthGuide powers our HIPAA-compliant electronic medical record (EMR) system. Our EMR allows employees to access their personal health information (PHI) from any Internet-enabled computer through a secure system. Our EMR also allows employees to have access to non-PHI reports and tools.
LabInsight powers our Health Risk Assessment program. Employees and patients receive personal lab results in an easy to understand, color-coded, graphic format that is securely presented in compliance with HIPAA requirements. The information is organized by major categories such as cholesterol, blood chemistry, nutrition and more.
A value-added addition to any wellness program, LabInsight uses evidence-based medicine to promote proactive wellness management between patient and physician. Aggregate reports allow physicians and employers to detect trends and target major health concerns across the population.
CareHere Call Center
The CareHere Call Center provides telephonic support to patients calling 24 hours / 7 days a week. Services include registration, scheduling, and general information as well as providing a registered nurse who will guide the patient in making care decisions when the clinic is closed or no appointments are available. The nurse triage service is URAC Certified.
- Call Center staff will communicate with clinic staff to help them meet the needs of the patient.
- The call center helps manage patients after hours and on weekends.
- The call center allows for patients to have service 24 hours/7days a week/365 days a year.
- The call center nurse service allows for patients to get guidance on care during off hours.
- Call center also hosts an email address for patients to ask non-urgent questions.
IN THE NEWS
- Clarksville Mayer Kim McMillan Announces City Employee Health Clinic (YouTube Aug 2012)
- Clarksville Opens City Employee Health Clinic (ClarksvilleNow.com Aug 2012)
- More Firms Opening On-site Health Clinics (Arizona Daily Star, Jan 2012)
- Nashville International Adds Healthcare Clinic and Wellness Store (airportimprovement.com, Nov 2011)
- CareHere Partners with American Showa (Delaware Gazette, Oct 2011)
- CareHere Opens State's First Airport Health Clinic (flynashville.com, Oct 2011)
- Health Care Clinic Opens at Nashville Airport (News Channel 5, Aug 2011)
- CareHere health clinic to open at Nashville Airport (The Tennessean, Aug 2011)
- CareHere expands educational outreach for providers (businesswire.com, July 2011)
- CareHere! pitches onsite clinics to employers (The Tennessean, May 2011)
- Firms explore health options (The Tennessean, June 2011)
- School district wants budget ideas (The Daily Commercial, May 2011)
- Cities find savings by opening own health clinics for government workers (Lake County Schools, May 2011)
- St. Lucie County employees get a look at newly opened employee clinic (TCPalm, February 2011)
- Pasco County school district to open employee health centers (St. Petersberg Times, January 2011)
- Cities find savings by opening own health clinics for government workers (The Palm Beach Post, October 2010)
- More than the average health clinic in St. Johns County schools (The Florida Times-Union, October 2010)
- Lee County School District may get own school nurses and doctors (Fort Myers News-Press, October 2010)
- New approach to care (Tampa Bay Online, September 2010)
- Marietta plan would create health clinic for city's workers (Atlanta Journal Constitution, September 2010)
- Governments start employee health clinics (News-Journal, September 2010)
- Actuaries Believe More Transparency in the U.S. Healthcare System Would Help Bend the Cost Curve Downward (Society of Actuaries, August 2010)
- Employers stand behind preventive care at the worksite (Employee Benefit Advisor, August 2010)
- Employer Reaction to Health Care Reform: Grandfathered Status Survey (Hewitt, August 2010)
- Pasco schools to open health clinics for workers (The Pasco Tribune, August 2010)
- Health clinic sees Lee County sheriff's office staff (Fort Myers News Press, August 2010)
- County budget workshop concludes (Odessa American Online, August 2010)
- Healthcare Costs and U.S. Competitiveness (Council on Foreign Relations, July 2010)
- Employee clinics: Central Florida governments' Rx for rising health costs (Orlando Sentinel, July 2010)
- Free Primary Health Care for Snyder's Employees (ABC 27 News, April 2010)
- CareHere Reintroduces the Company Doctor (Nashville Medical News, April 2010)
- Sheriff's clinic is a good idea: Editorial (The News-Press, April 2010)
- Lee County sheriff unveils clinic savings (The News-Press, April 2010)
- Sheriff set for health care clinic (The News-Press, March 2010)
- Snyder's of Hanover to open free health clinic (York Daily Record, March 2010)
- The Health and Wellness Center for city of Oviedo employees is now open (Seminole Chronicle, March 2010)
- Southern Farm Bureau Life's plan for healthcare improvement (Greater Jackson Business, January 2010)
- CareHere clinic saving Gainesville money (Gainesville Times, January 2010)
- City workers slim down to cut costs (Chattanooga Times Free Press, December 2009)
- CareHere Named to Hot 100 List (BusinessTN, November 2009)
- Montgomery to try employee health clinic (Montgomery Advertiser, October 2009)
- Workplace wellness programs focus on coaching, networking (Nashville Business Journal, July 2009)
- Nashville chamber names Future 50 winners (The Tennessean, July 2009)
- Commissioners approve employee health clinic (The Courier of Montgomery County, June 2009)
- Our views: Coverage for all (FloridaToday, June 2009)
- Palm Bay plays doctor and saves (FloridaToday, June 2009)
- School District Opens Own Health Clinic for Employees (First Coast News, May 2009)
- CareHere Named Best in Business (Company Press Release, May 2009)
- CareHere's Electronic Medication System Proves 100 Percent Effective in Response to Recall (Nashville Business Journal, April 2009)
- Health-care clinics for government workers may save time, money (Orlando Sentinel, March 2009)
- Private firm to provide health care for county workers (The Houston Chronicle, March 2009)
- Jobsite Health Clinics Open Door To Savings (HealthLeaders InterStudy, February 2009)