Competing in today’s healthcare market has become a huge challenge for healthcare professionals. Insurance reimbursement is now in a free fall and imposes overwhelming administrative burden. Increasing cash-based revenue as well as developing preferred provider relationships with business are key survival strategies to compete in today’s market. WorkerFIT platform offers an integrated and cost-effective system to make your occupational health services indispensable to employers.
Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Nurses, and other occupational health professionals are looking for cash-based revenues by partnering with employers create safe and healthy environments for workers that promote wellness, productivity, lower health costs.
WorkerFIT is an innovative web-based technology platform that private practitioners utilize to generate cash based revenue and corporate relationships. The WorkerFIT platform is used in conjunction with our ExamFIT platform to enhance reporting for a wide range of occupational health job analysis and worker fitness exam protocols.
Providing your corporate clients with WorkerFIT services makes your practice the “trusted expert” for worker health promotion, early intervention, and workplace interventions to address barriers to safe job performance. This positions your practice as the provider of choice for clinical care, worker fitness screenings and health promotion programs.
As importantly, you become an indispensable company partner, securing your opportunity to supply future services.
- Low upfront cost
- Educational opportunities to improve your occupational health expertise
- All services are cash-based
- Functional Job Analysis
- Ergonomic Risk Analyses
- New Hire Worker Fitness-For-Duty Screens
- Wellness Active Movement Screens
- Job-specific Exercise Programs
- Individualized Fitness Training
- Post-Injury WorkAbility Fitness Evaluations
- Job Accommodation Consultation
An offer to accommodate is a best practice that helps reduce direct medical and indemnity costs resulting in a return on Investment of 26:1 (Lambeek, 2010)