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Larger employers began providing on-site healthcare in the 1980s, usually as a way to treat occupational injuries. These employers were generally in the heavy industry or manufacturing trades and saw a significant number of on-the-job injuries that needed to be treated quickly. As those industries experienced a decline, however, so did their on-site clinics. Recently, within the past ten years or so, on-site and near-site clinics have experienced a resurgence in the workplace.
What advantages do these clinics hold for employers and the employees?
When an employer provides an on-site and near-site clinic as a benefit to employees, there are many advantages for all parties. The clinic provides convenient, cost-effective preventive care and can coordinate care with the independent primary care physician, to help promote higher quality outcomes for the patient.
Christian Piuma June 21, 2017Read
With health care costs continuing to rise, more and more employers are looking for a better way to curb these costs for both themselves and their employees. The workforce has become unhappy and unhealthy. Since it is costing more to see a doctor, employees will typically delay seeking treatment. Employers are turning to site clinics to provide easy access to affordable primary care. There are two types of site clinics – On-Site Clinics and Near-Site Clinics.
On-site clinics allow employers to offer medical and wellness services at clinics that are located directly at their companies. These services are delivered by licensed clinical primary care physicians and other licensed practitioners to either all employees or employees that meet eligibility criteria. On-Site Care Clinics offer a wide range of services ranging from general first aid to primary care appointments. The use of these clinics is typically part of employee’s health benefit packages.
Near-site clinics are only slightly different than on-site clinics. Near-site clinics allow the opportunity for multiple employers to establish a clinic for their employees that still offers employees low upfront costs. Near-site clinics offer the same benefits to employers and employees as an on-site clinic would.
Benefits of On-Site and Near-Site Clinics
Care clinics, whether on-site or near-site, are a win-win for employers and employees.
In 2014, the National Association of Worksite Health Centers (NAWHC) Onsite Clinic survey indicated that nearly 75% of companies that used on-site clinics had increased employee engagement in their workplace health programming. As site clinics become more and more popular, employees and employers both have the opportunity to improve the well-being and health of thousands of individuals.
See how Elation Health delivers an innovate experience for site clinics.
Christian Piuma June 15, 2017Read