- Why ProcessMAP
In order to manage employee health and mitigate your organization’s liability exposure, you need an effective mechanism to monitor employee medical information, including immunization and exposure records. Built by occupational health nurses and health and safety experts, ProcessMAP's Occupational Health Management solution helps you improve employee health and productivity and meet regulatory requirements.
ProcessMAP’s cloud based Occupational Health Management solution provides visibility to enterprise-wide employee medical records, enables centralized storage and tracking, and ensures regulatory compliance. Robust system logic provides automatic notifications when employees are due for physicals, immunizations, audiometric testing, and other critical assessment activities.
Electronically tracks employee health data and monitors key wellness indicators including blood pressure, weight, and blood glucose and cholesterol in a secure database.
Provides centralized access company-wide health risks and performance through a KPI library and dynamic dashboards.
Eliminates data redundancy and enables better communication through integration between your organization’s clinical and safety solution.
Manages and tracks wellness, medical treatment, OSHA mandated exams, workers’ compensation cases, and incidents aligned with OSHA regulations.
The system’s embedded business intelligence tools analyze medical surveillance records and identify hazard trends to proactively manage employee health and safety, while mitigating corporate risk.
Built-in rules enable you to meet regulatory and industry requirements related to medical surveillance and occupational health and safety, such as OSHA and MSHA. Role-based access ensures that employee health information is protected.
Automated alerts ensure that tasks are assigned, tracked, and escalated to the appropriate party if activities are not completed in line with business rules.
Eliminate complex spreadsheets with a central database that can be accessed from any device, including smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Tracks OSHA mandated exams, such as audiometric testing. Eliminates the need to store paper records.
Prompts supervisors to communicate with employees concerning work related injuries or pre-existing conditions that have the potential to become aggravated at work, proactively reducing claims costs.