|Understanding Your Bottom Line|
Despite the much-needed 2004 reforms to the Workers' Compensation system, insurance premiums still represent an enormous financial burden for California employers – both large and small. Occupational injuries can dampen business productivity and profits if the care is not being properly managed or controlled. U.S. businesses accrue direct and indirect expenses for injured and ailing employees that account up to 10 percent of the final costs of most products and services. Reducing those costs may contribute to gaining a significant pricing advantage over competitors.
The best medical care, outstanding communication, and customized client service adds up to significant medical and disability cost savings and improved productivity through employee retention. Similarly, implementing injury prevention programs and worksite evaluations can avert many injuries.At Alliance Occupational Medicine, we control medical treatment costs and costs associated with lost time by:
Each AOM clinic offers a wide spectrum of occupational health services and programs for your needs. We work with a variety of insurance carriers, and are part of nearly all Medical Provider Networks (MPN’s) in California. Employees can be seen on a walk-in basis (without an appointment) or preferably can call in advance to schedule an appointment. New patients and patients returning with new injuries will need to complete registration materials at the first visit.
o Department of Transportation
o Respiratory Compliance, Hazardous Materials, Emergency Response Team
o Fitness for Duty
Partner with us and manage your occupational health needs at convenient locations in Milpitas and Santa Clara.
Call a clinic with any questions, or to schedule an appointment for an employee. Also, feel free to drop by either of our locations to take a tour and meet our staff and providers.