Concentra® is America’s leading provider of occupational medicine, delivering work-related injury care, physical therapy, and workforce health services from nearly 520 Concentra medical centers and more than 150 onsite clinics at employer locations nationwide.
OSHA’s regulations for the treatment of lead toxicity no longer align with current clinical guidelines. To keep workers safe and reduce workers’ comp costs, employers need up-to-date occupational health expertise.
Early intervention can implement strategies to help reverse the progression of injuries — improving outcomes, reducing workers’ comp claims, and helping to build a safer culture.
Early intervention by a licensed physical or occupational therapist or athletic trainer can implement strategies to help reverse the progression of workers’ musculoskeletal injuries — improving patient outcomes, reducing workers’ compensation claims while helping to build a safer culture.
Companies should consider adding on-site medical programs – in any of many available size and service options – to address a shortage of skilled employees and new hires and support employee retention across diverse industries.
Lack of sleep can lead to drowsiness, fatigue and overall poor health. Further, it increases the risk of severe crashes while on the road. But the transportation industry has an opportunity to get ahead on public safety and worker wellness.