Thursday, December 31, 2009

NuPhysicia’s Medicine At Work Telemedicine Workplace Clinics Expand into Atlanta

(BUSINESS WIRE)--Medicine At Work from NuPhysicia LLC, the nation’s first telemedicine workplace clinic program, has expanded services into Atlanta. This cost-effective workplace clinic option for employers is now gaining new customers in both Texas and Georgia.

“Atlanta employers are seeking new employee medical options and as such, it emerged as an important market for us”

“Atlanta employers are seeking new employee medical options and as such, it emerged as an important market for us,” said Melody Reid, NuPhysicia’s executive director for Employee Health Services. “We are very excited about our progress. Now having two states – Texas and Georgia – with Medicine At Work serving customers is a great step forward for us.”

Using secure, high-quality two-way video and medical exam tools, Medicine At Work provides a full range of physician services to an employer’s workforce, bringing health care improvements and medical cost controls. Medicine At Work delivers complete workplace clinic care to a wider range of employers than traditional workplace clinics.

“Through new Georgia contracted physicians, Medicine At Work is now bringing health services to Atlanta workplaces using remote video medicine,” added Dr. Michael Davis, senior vice president of NuPhysicia. “Medicine At Work connects these Georgia licensed and board certified doctors to employees for workplace examinations, diagnosis, health risk assessments, general medical care and wellness coaching – bringing benefits to Georgia employers and employees alike.”

Companies offer Medicine At Work to improve the health and productivity of their workforce and help control medical costs. Medicine At Work is a turnkey solution with no start-up or build-out costs, and all medical care, staffing, clinic equipment and furnishings is provided for a fixed monthly cost per employee. There are no co-pay costs or insurance claims to file when seeing a doctor at the Medicine At Work clinic, making it a great benefit for employees.

Medicine At Work is not an insurance product and is not affiliated with any specific insurance carrier. With it, all the values and benefits of an on-site clinic are now available to more employers.

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