(This is the third in a series of posts on changing occupational health IT solutions)
If you’re a medical professional, you've probably asked a patient this question a time or two. And for those who manage pain on a regular basis, the use of a pain scale to help patients verbalize their level of discomfort comes in handy.
If you and your colleagues are irritated by your current occupational health IT solution, pinpointing and rating the sources of distress can bring your degree of suffering into sharp focus. If you are experiencing a minor twinge or two, then your pain can likely be managed with minimal effort. On the other hand, there's no reason to suffer if the intensity level is high.
Download our Occupational Health IT Assessment Tool, take five and figure out how bad you feel. If things don’t look good on paper, call us in the morning and we’ll schedule a consult. After all, it’s not easy to create a culture of health when you’re not feeling well.