Archive for On-site Facilities

  • OurHealth to Open Five New Clinics in the Charlotte Area OurHealth to Open Five New Clinics in the Charlotte Area

    OurHealth will be opening five new clinics in Charlotte, NC, doubling the number of locations in the area. The Indianapolis-based company entered the local market in Charlotte in 2016. These will be shared clinics, with locations serving patients whose employers are part the OurHealth network....

  • Eldorado Resorts Opens On-Site for Reno Employees Eldorado Resorts Opens On-Site for Reno Employees

    Eldorado Resorts has opened an on-site medical clinic through Activate Healthcare for its insured employees. Owning the three downtown Reno casino resorts Circus Circus Reno, Silver Legacy, and the Eldorado, Eldorado Resorts has 4,000 employees, with nearly 2,500 of them being insured through the co...

  • Will Your On-Site Clinic be Only Telemedicine?

    For those employers out there considering an on-site clinic, the option of providing medical services on-site to employees and dependents via just telemedicine exists - but the question is, is it the right option for you? Telemedicine has certainly played a role in on-site clinics for quite some ...

  • Want an Eye Exam for Your Employees? Want an Eye Exam for Your Employees?

    Well, now you may be able to get them through a new mobile service, 2020 On-site.  This company, started about two years ago, now offers mobile eye exams using optometrists and they'll bring the retro-fitted van right to your parking lot.  The employer pays a fee for the service, and employees lik...

  • Are you a Are you a “Best Company to Work For?”

    Well, 9 of the top 100 companies noted by Fortune.com as a best place to work also offer on-site clinic services at multiple locations, not just their corporate headquarters or main site of business.  Who are they? CHG (a health care staffing agency), also ranked #18 as a best place to work. ...

  • After all these years. . .

    Manatee County in Florida announced that they will vote on the creation of an on-site clinic for their employees in the next month. On the Editorial page of the Bradenton Herald (February 4, 2016) it was noted that the issue had been under review for months with objections from the medical communit...

  • Mercer Study Shows Employers Won't Cut Onsite Clinics In Spite of Mercer Study Shows Employers Won’t Cut Onsite Clinics In Spite of “Cadillac Tax”

    In a recent article in Forbes by Bruce Japsen, reference was made to a study of more than 100 large employers (by Mercer) showing that in spite of the fear of the "Cadillac Tax" on benefit plans costing employers at least $10,200/year for a single employee (or $27,500 annually for family benefits), ...

  • Discovery Channel Office In London Opens On-Site Clinic

    In England, where the National Health Service is available to everyone, the Discovery Channel has opened a "medical and wellbeing centre" which will include physical therapy, onsite lab services, and "holistic primary and preventative healthcare."  This will be staffed and managed through a company...

  • Business Coalitions Get in the Act

    More and more business coalitions are getting onto the on-site and near site space.  A couple of notable examples come to mind immediately.  One is in the upper Wisconsin area and the other is in Indianapolis.  OurHealth is the regional vendor that is coordinating care among several employer who ...

  • Towers Watson Survey Towers Watson Survey

    More data - Towers Watson published their 2012 Onsite Health Center Survey Report and, of course, it provides some great stats and an up-to-date overview of onsite care and employer attitudes, costs, etc.    The primary reason cited for opening an on-site clinic remains increased productivity (62...