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Supercharging Your Medical Staffing Business - 2 Ways to Improve Your Digital Marketing

2 Digital Marketing Tips Staffing Companies Need to Know

Posted March 1, 2016

Speed is everything in the staffing world, and Mobile Health commits to helping medical staffing companies move as fast as possible. Digital marketing is a powerful way to attract the right clients to your firm. Whether it’s helping staffing firms to complete their candidates’ Pre-Employment Exams quickly, or providing them quick and easy access to[Read the Rest]

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Wage Parity Deadline: March 1st 2016

Posted February 25, 2016

Attention: all Licensed Home Care Service Agencies (LHCSA) in New York’s Suffolk, Nassau, and Westchester counties! On March 1st, 2016 your counties will see their DOH-required total compensation increase from $11.50/hour to $13.22/hour, $3.22/hour of which can be used for wage parity benefits. Understanding the plight of home care agencies, Mobile Health and its partners have[Read the Rest]

A Reason for Functional Capacity Evaluations

Posted May 1, 2015

Did you know a functional capacity evaluation might sound scarier than it actually it is? At different times in our lives we take physicals for school, sports, a job, or for just good preventive wellness. These exams were designed to evaluate our internal health and general wellbeing. Unfortunately, despite the name ‘physical’ there isn’t much[Read the Rest]

Employee screening for a safer workplace

Posted April 6, 2015

Many employers engage in employee screening prior to employment and occupational health testing for existing employees. These procedures vary by industry, but commonly include drug testing, employee physicals, employee flu shots, vaccinations, tb tests, or employee functional capacity exams. Some workers regard employment screening and occupational health testing as tedious process and potentially offensive.  Some[Read the Rest]

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Home Healthcare’s Bright Future

Posted March 30, 2015

In an October 2014 workshop on health services presented by the National Research Council & the Institute of Medicine, key speaker Steven Landers (CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group) discussed the lasting advantages of home healthcare services. Landers emphasized the diminished risk of infections among elderly patients when staying at home versus at[Read the Rest]

The wisdom of running background checks on prospective tenants

Posted February 18, 2015

Why should landlords run background checks? A landlord’s goal is not only to achieve maximum occupancy, but also to have tenants who pay their rent on time, don’t damage the property, and don’t cause trouble for other residents. A proactive way for a landlord to begin to realize this goal is to run background checks[Read the Rest]

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Wage Parity: Converting regulatory nightmare into smart business sense.

Posted February 9, 2015

As home health care agencies look to find the best strategies to tackle wage parity regulations, there is an easily overlooked benefit they might be missing. While health insurance as a whole is a great benefit to keep employees healthy, employers can still go further and actually save much more. In New York State, home[Read the Rest]

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DOT drug testing: When is a driver tested?

Posted January 29, 2015

Long gone are the days of long-haul truckers driving cross country in 48 hours, fueled by coffee and possibly amphetamines.  These are not only nearly extinct truck driver behaviors, but also highly illegal behaviors.  That’s due to increasingly stringent DOT drug testing regulations for commercial drivers license (CDL) drivers. DOT safety regulations have evolved greatly[Read the Rest]

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Qualitative Respirator Fit Test (QLRFT): General Requirements

Posted January 12, 2015

So you want to give your staff a Qualitative Respirator Fit Test, eh? Well, you’re probably going to have to know what that is before you come in for one. Qualitative Respirator Fit Tests, or QLRFTs for short, test to make sure that an employee’s respirator fits properly. Below, you can find out more information on[Read the Rest]

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Workplace Drug Testing Sample Options

Posted December 15, 2014

When employers establish drug-free workplace policies, they have multiple options when it comes to administering drug tests. Each method varies in detection time and intrusiveness. This is an overview of the four most common drug testing sample types that businesses may use to enforce their drug-free policies. Urine drug testing Urine drug tests are the[Read the Rest]


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