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Occupational Health Services: A Practical Approach, 2nd Edition

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Tee Guidotti, M. Suzanne Arnold, David G. Lukcso, Judith Green-McKenzie, Joel Bender, Mark A. Rothstein, Frank H. Leone, Karen O'Hara, and Marion Stecklow
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Fully, updated and revised, the second edition of Occupational Health Services is designed for professionals who deliver, manage, and hold oversight responsibility for occupational health in an organization or in the community. Provides the busy practitioner and clinic manager guidance in setting up, running, and improving health care services for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and occupational management of work-related health issues. The text gives an overview of occupational health care in the US and Canada with information about how it is organized, who pays for what, how it is regulated, and how workers' compensation works.

Occupational Health Services includes a description of the way occupational health services are managed in practice, whether within a company, as a gobal network, in a hospital or medical group practice, as a free-standing clinic, or other model. Management of core services is covered, including record-keeping, marketing, service delivery options, staff recruitment and evaluation, and program evaluation. Specific services are covered including clinical service delivery for injured workers, periodic health surveillance, impairment assessment, fitness for duty, alcohol and drug testing, employee assistance mental health, health promotion, emergency management, global health management, and medicolegal services.
Table of Contents
    1. The Occupational Health Care System
    2. Workers' Compensation
    3. Occupational Health Law
    4. Occupational Safety and Health Regulation
    5. Ethics
    6. Corporate and In-House Occupational Health Services
    7. Global Occupational Health
    8. Strategic Planning
    9. Hospitals and Medical Groups
    10. Staffing and Personnel
    11. Facilities and Equipment
    12. Office Procedures
    13. Records
    14. Professional Preparation and Training
    15. Marketing
    16. Services and Service Lines
    17. Quality and Performance Indicators
    18. Benefit and Cost Analysis
    19. Primary Care-Level Clinical Services
    20. Periodic Health Surveillance and Monitoring
    21. Hazard Evaluation and Management
    22. Fitness for Duty
    23. Equal Access
    24. Absence and Leave
    25. Independent Medical Evaluation
    26. Impairment Assessment
    27. Drug and Alcohol Testing
    28. Employee Assistance Programs
    29. Psychological Health and Safety
    30. Health Promotion
    31. Emergency Management at the Enterprise Level
    32. Medicolegal Services
Appendix 1: An Occupational Health Audit
Appendix 2: A Reference Bookshelf for an Occupational Health Service
Publication Date 2012
Format Softcover, 452 pages
Product Code 31030