Mobile Health performs a wide range of occupational health solutions for many different industries. We match our screenings and exams to your business needs and industry requirements, and offer fully customizable all-in-one solutions.
For your employees’ convenience, Mobile Health has 7 convenient NY locations, in each borough and on Long Island. As an added advantage, you can schedule screenings with any of our 2,700+ urgent care and provider-partners nationwide. Our dedicated account managers are available for any questions or concerns you may have along the way.
In addition, Mobile Health’s web-based client portal allows you to schedule employees and view reports from anywhere, making all the details instantly accessible and organized.
As a medical provider and compliance manager, we can help businesses stay compliant with industry regulations, including:
- NY Home Care Worker Wage Parity
- Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- Department of Transportation (DOT)
- NY Department of Health (DOH)
- Workplace Safety and Loss Prevention Incentive Program (WSLPIP)
Occupational Health Services
Below is a partial list of the customized occupational health solutions and services Mobile Health offers.
Drug-Free Workplace Program
Looking for a way to lower absenteeism, improve employee productivity, and reduce Workers’ Comp costs? Instituting a drug-free policy at your workplace might be the answer. New York’s Workplace Safety Loss Prevention Incentive Program can save you 10 percent off your Worker’s Comp costs during the first year you implement a drug-free program, and 6 percent each year afterwards. Statistics also show that productivity increases, absenteeism decreases and the number of Workers’ Comp claims decrease when a business adopts a drug-free policy. Click here for more details.
Healthcare Physical Abilities Test (HPAT)
For industries that hire for labor-intensive positions, a physical abilities test (PAT) is a very effective pre-employment physical exam that is customized to replicate the physical demands of a particular job. A PAT tries to replicate the physical demands of a job description as closely as possible, but in a clinical environment. The PAT evaluates the employee’s capacity to perform work-related physical tasks as needed. Employers most often administer PAT’s to employees prior to placing them in a physically demanding position. However, many companies also choose to administer a PAT after an employee returns to work post-injury to determine if they are fit for duty.
Tuberculosis X-Ray and Case Management
Mobile Health provides tuberculosis (TB) testing and quick follow-up care for employees that test positive for TB. This includes physical exams, chest x-rays and comprehensive evaluations to determine whether active TB is present and the appropriate treatment options.
Mobile Health offers a unique opportunity for home health agencies to offset the cost of compliance exams by including them as a health benefit for employees. By putting supplemental wage parity dollars towards a benefit, businesses can offer better benefits while saving money.