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The Best Place to Recover from a Workplace Injury is at Work

In this timely podcast WorkCare’s Executive Chairman and Chief Medical Officer Peter P. Greaney, M.D., explains why returning injured employees to work is critical to their recovery –  both physically and mentally. He also describes how prompt reporting and immediate care guidance provided by a trusted clinician helps injured employees remain productive. This approach, which focuses on the value of work, has been shown to improve employee health outcomes while reducing associated medical, workers’ compensation and lost-time costs. To learn more, refer to Dr. Greaney’s podcast companion paper on Empowering Employees to Take Care of Themselves.
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Introducing the Summer 2018 Edition of Vitality Atlas

This edition of WorkCare’s quarterly publication features a cover story on preventing and responding to heat-related illness, including tips on hydration, acclimatization, work practice controls and medical response. Other topics include:

  • Studies reinforcing the value of early intervention and return to work
  • What employers can do about employee use of medical marijuana
  • Clinical Conversations: Neighborhood health, CPR courses, blood pressure control
  • National framework proposed to define worker well-being
  • Millennials influence the health care landscape
  • Tick-borne disease prevalence rate on upward trajectory


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Heat Related Illness:
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