As our health partners, we will lean on you for advice. We see you playing a large part in shaping our post-COVID-19 return-to-work policy and playbook.
Thank you! I love this process so much. And, it gives up the proper documentation we need in the event of an audit or lawsuit.
I received feedback yesterday from an employee who said she greatly appreciated our nurse calling to check in with her because she has felt very isolated and alone while sick. She appreciated knowing she could call the support line if she wanted to talk to someone again.
I have been talking to the nicest patient the past week or so in Houston. He's in the hospital on 15L of oxygen and he called me to let me know he's still alive. I would love to meet him one day.
One of our participants did fairly well through the initial part of his COVID illness but then developed a high fever around day 9-10. I was concerned about the late onset fever so I encouraged him to follow up with his PCP office who told him to take Tylenol and ride it out. I was very concerned about him and followed up with him everyday. He told me a few days ago how much he appreciates me helping him through this. He had to call EMS last night but wasn't taken to the hospital. He called me this morning to let me know about the incident and how he's doing because he said he knows I care.
Employees with chronic health conditions like diabetes and hypertension are at a higher risk for COVID-19-related complications. Managing these conditions helps improve the health of your employees and reduce costs for your company.
Did you know 70% of workers say they feel more stressed during COVID-19 than at any other point in their professional career? Now more than ever, people need greater access to high-quality mental healthcare. Our employee mental health services range from basic tools and resources to top-level, one-on-one support with trusted mental health experts.
While some companies may already be back onsite, others are planning for a return in the new year. Either way, employers are looking for the most effective way to reduce the risk of COVID-19 from entering the workplace. It's important to implement the proper precautions as cases are continuing to rise.Download Guide