Occupational medicine clinics are constantly challenged to manage their expenses. They frequently rely on efforts to optimize workflows, minimize time and dollars spent on processing paperwork, and control employee turnover. They also invest in new equipment, software and alternative staffing models. Capital investments in hardware and software tend to receive the most scrutiny because they are not perceived as generating incremental revenue. Consequently, the return on such investments is difficult to compute.
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