10 things your onsite health clinic vendor may not be telling you

April 2011
Employee Benefit News;Apr2011, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p38
The article discusses several issues related to the implementation of onsite health clinic by employers. As mentioned, employers should beware of all-inclusive contracts as many times, prescription costs, laboratory costs and travel costs are invoiced to the client in addition to the all-inclusive fixed fee. There are about 200 vendors offering electronic medical records but some vendors have no independent certification of their technology whatsoever.


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