Net Health® for Occupational Medicine
When employees are patients, service and compliance come first.
Specialized EHR Solution
Net Health® Occupational Medicine serves the spectrum of major hospital programs to independent clinics. Conquer protocols, drive workflow and simplify multi-payer billing. Rely on integrated telehealth technology to provide care in any location.
Get ready to boost efficiency, performance and outcomes.
It's Specialized Yet Accomodating
The only certified EHR and fully integrated practice management software designed to meet the needs of both independent and hospital-owned Occupational Medicine programs.
Wow Clients with Great Work and Great Reporting
Build a culture around becoming invaluable to your clients. Manage detailed employer-specific protocols and also give them secure self-service access to reports, records and invoices.
Conquer Billing and Business Complexities
Easily manage multiple payers (insurance, employer invoice, Workers' Comp), have total confidence in your Workers' Comp documentation and get at-a-glance KPIs to hone your revenue strategy.
Boost Your Capabilities
Excellent tool for supporting Workers' Comp practices.
Colorado Occupational Medicine Partners
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A year into the global crisis, data now drives the COVID pandemic response.1 From testing positivity percentages to per-population vaccination rates and the evolving number of patients who have been hospitalized, accurate and on-demand data is critical to inform collective COVID action. However, prioritizing patient data creates a critical challenge for employee health (EH) departments. […]Read More
Occupational safety and health is now a priority for organizations. The CDC offers a host of guidelines, training resources and research initiatives under their National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) initiative to help companies reduce the risk of accident or injury in the work place.1 Urgent care and occupational medicine (OccMed) providers exist […]Read More
The physical and mental well-being of workers is strongly correlated with improved productivity. According to a recent paper written by US Surgeon General Jerome Adams, “research shows that employees who are in good physical, mental and emotional health are more likely to deliver optimal performance in the workplace than those who are not.”1 Data […]Read More
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