How to Make Your Teletriage Process More Effective

Publisher: Medcor

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How to Make Your Teletriage Process More Effective

A nurse teletriage line provides your workers with access to trained medical professionals any time, day or night. This helps them get the level of care they need for their work-related injuries, whether they receive basic first aid recommendations and return to their duties or they need to travel to an emergency room for further treatment. While having a telephone triage service available to your employees helps you save on medical costs, decreases your workers’ compensation claims levels and lessens your OSHA recordables rates, ensuring your teletriage process is giving your workers the care they need is critical to ensuring your provider is right for your needs. This white paper will outline five ways to make your teletriage process more effective. Download now to find out more!