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“WorkSiteRight provides the experience and expertise to tailor, deliver and track services that drive employee engagement and exceed ROI goals.”
Steve J, HR Manager
“This onsite program has me feeling 10 years younger. I would still have the daily arm, shoulder and back pain if this program wasn’t available right at work.”
Dale A, Onsite clinic participant
“I look forward to my appointments with [the onsite chiropractor] and I feel better in general. It is a relief to know that he is there.”
Terry R, Onsite clinic participant
We want our employees to go home and tell their friends and family that they work at a good place. That they have the benefit of a chiropractor and a company that is investing and trying to improve workplace life.
Brian Cira, President of Fairmont Homes
It isn't convenient for me to go to the doctor. So before I just dealt with the pain. But since [the onsite chiropractor] has begun doing office hours here I have noticed that I tend to take better care of myself, because it is more convenient to see him. The plan is always to go home the same way you came in, not going home feeling broken down.
Jared S, Onsite clinic participant
"A happier person, a healthier person: It is good for them, but it is also good for us"
Brian Cira, President of Fairmont Homes

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FAQ

Opioid use by employees is a concern. How can chiropractic care affect the use of opioids for my employees?

Chiropractic care treats neuromusculoskeletal conditions in a non-invasive and non-pharmacological manner; chiropractors don’t perform surgeries or prescribe medications. When chiropractic care is delivered, the probability that the patient will fill an opioid prescription is less1.

How is patient privacy handled at each worksite?

WorkSiteRight has a proven, successful process to set up the logistics meeting and exceeding all state and federal regulations regarding patient privacy.

What kind of data does WorkSiteRight track?

WorkSiteRight tracks OSHA 300 logs, loss/run reports, indirect costs, employee satisfaction, program participation, claims data, and ad hoc requests.

What performance measures does WorkSiteRight use to track outcomes?

We work with our accounts to identify short- and long-term goals. The tracking and reporting of outcomes are customized to the needs of each account and verified by a third party.

How can a WorkSiteRight program affect productivity?

Maximizing employee health and resolving underlying conditions leads to fewer aches and pains.

What if an employee was hurt outside of work?

Our experience has been that most of the conditions treated on-site are from non-workplace injuries. Our providers document these occurrences appropriately to create a treatment history. No matter where an injury occurs, the provider’s primary focus is to get the employee feeling better as quickly as possible.

Is seeing a chiropractor on-site considered a recordable?

It depends. Our providers are trained to know the difference between a recordable and a non-recordable. We follow all OSHA regulations. Many times employees have pre-existing and/or underlying conditions that affect employee performance that can benefit from treatment without being a recordable injury.

What if there is a Workers' Compensation injury?

The standard OSHA guidelines and company policies are followed when there is a workplace injury. It’s important to know the difference between a reportable and a recordable injury. Our providers are trained to resolve the condition quickly and efficiently. This minimizes lost time and impact on productivity.

How does WorkSiteRight achieve such successful participation rates?

High participation is achieved by improving access to care and affordability, effective program communication and awareness, and successful patient care outcomes. Employees love it!

Do the employees use their health insurance to pay for the on-site care?

Our primary model of care does not involve employee health insurance. Typically, our programs are employer-funded. In our experience, employer-funded programs remove barriers, drive participation, and maximize ROI.

What are the company’s responsibilities to start a program?

The company provides a small private space (10’ x 12’), internet access, and minimal startup fee (typically less than $5000).

What is the cost of the on-site program?

The fixed fee is paid monthly and cost varies by size of company and number of hours of service. WorkSiteRight works within your budget to customize a program for your employees.

How many hours is a chiropractor on-site?

Through a WorkSiteRight assessment, scheduled hours are determined by the company needs and employee health status. Number of hours are dependent on company size and assessment results. The hours can range from 2 hours per week to full time (40+ hours).

How does WorkSiteRight find the right provider?

Utilizing our comprehensive network of providers, we vet, train, and manage the doctor to work in this unique on-site setting. Additionally, through regular communication, we coach the provider to exceed the company goals at your workplace. Choosing the right provider for your site is integral to the success of the program.

Why chiropractic?

WorkSiteRight doctors of chiropractic are primary care providers treating a variety of healthcare conditions with a specialty in the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. In addition, our doctors focus on prevention, early intervention, and conservative management of conditions. WorkSiteRight believes preventing injuries provides the best ROI.

What companies work with WorkSiteRight?

We work with companies of 150 employees or more who are focused on improving employee health, productivity and attracting top talent. We can contract at multiple sites and across multiple states.

Reference:
  1. Whedon, James M., et al. “Association Between Utilization of Chiropractic Services for Treatment of Low-Back Pain and Use of Prescription Opioids.” The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 22 Feb. 2018, doi:10.1089/acm.2017.0131.