one hour will change the way you think about employee health

Jun 27, 2019 8:49:11 AM — by Enterprise Health

On Tuesday, July 23 from 9:00-10:00 am (EDT), the Institute for Health and Productivity Management (IHPM) will host a complimentary virtual demonstration of the Enterprise Health solution — the only comprehensive health IT application that combines occupational health and compliance, clinical care and employee engagement on an ONC-ACB certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) platform.

IHPM conducts these webinars to provide thought leadership and feature successful examples of best corporate health management practices, and Enterprise Health fits the bill. Built from the ground up with direct input from blue chip corporations, Enterprise health offers a powerful toolset that helps employers reduce employee health risk, manage chronic conditions and increase productivity by reducing absence and presenteeism.

Sign up today for a peek into why more Fortune 500 companies are choosing Enterprise Health to manage their employee health programs around the globe. In one hour, you’ll discover how Enterprise Health gives you the tools to:

  • Expand onsite occupational health clinic operations to include primary care and employee health & wellness programs, with one solution that delivers the needed functionality, interoperability and comprehensiveness;
  • Integrate data from medical devices, labs, pharmacies and other providers to improve the workflow of clinicians — and eliminate unnecessary data entry; and
  • Manage employee health programs at all worldwide locations with a single, interoperable cloud-based platform.  

Don’t miss this chance. Grab your spot today.




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