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Metairie-based Millennium Healthcare Management Urgent Care has extended into the rehabilitation business with the purchase of the East Jefferson Occupational Medicine Clinics in Metairie and Kenner and the St.
13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Winchester, Virginia, based Valley Health is implementing Net Health's Agility Software for their occupational medicine (OM) EHR needs at urgent care locations in Virginia and West Virginia.
The Society of Occupational Medicine is also urging the workforce to cover up as research has found skin cancer in construction workers could be as common as asbestos-related disease.
We have identified five categories of "practices": environmental and occupational medicine (EOM) clinical practice specialists; EOM public health practitioners; international EOM practitioners (in the developing world); community-based primary care providers; and academic EOM physician-scientists.
The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) has published the second edition of its Occupational Medicine Practice Guidelines, a comprehensive guide to the effective treatment of workplace injuries and diseases.
LANCASTER - High Desert Medical Group/Heritage Health Care's in-house Occupational Medicine Center is scheduled to open March 3.
Early in the century occupational medicine and private workmen's compensation ensured that the problem would remain in the work place.
Workers' compensation costs can be reduced significantly when injured workers are treated by occupational medicine specialists under managed care programs, according to a 1996 study in Washington state.