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Medicine At Work featured in noted “Reconstructing Healthcare” Podcast

We are very pleased to share that Medicine At Work was featured in the most recent episode of the recognized podcast Reconstructing Healthcare. This podcast series explores what is wrong with the current health care system in the US and examines what drives higher healthcare costs. They interview companies that are providing innovative services and solutions designed [...]

September 12th, 2017|

Our City of Deer Park Clinic Featured in Texas Town & City

The magazine Texas Town & City recently ran an article written by Deer Park City Manager James Stokes that featured our Medicine At Work services there. The article hi-lighted how the many benefits of on-site clinics, usually available to large cities and towns, are now available to cities of all sizes due to Medicine At Work's [...]

August 2nd, 2017|

Need a Lawyer’s Advice to Consider an On-Site Clinic? Here you go.

Of the many good reasons to consider an on-site clinic for your employees like Medicine At Work, here's an important one: it contributes to your organization's compliance to fiduciary obligations under ERISA (how's that for a mouthful!). But really, this recently published article in JDSupra reviews some 2016 legal actions taken due to the issue of [...]

June 7th, 2017|

Medicine At Work Selected by Public Employee Benefits Alliance

We are very pleased to report that Medicine At Work is now an authorized product for the Public Employee Benefits Alliance! The Public Employee Benefits Alliance (PEBA) was created by a group of Texas Government leaders working together for over a year to develop strategies to manage the rising costs of healthcare benefits.  PEBA membership is [...]

May 10th, 2017|

Start up costs for an on-site clinic? NO WAY!

The PAINFUL headline our Medicine At Work clients will never post.... School board turns to short-term loan for clinic The Chippewa Falls School Board on Thursday decided to take out a short term loan of $250,000 to pay fees to start an on-site clinic. Click Here for the full article. SO SAD! If only they knew [...]

April 14th, 2017|

Mustang CAT of Houston: Celebrating over 7 Years with Medicine At Work

Mustang Cat is an authorized Caterpillar dealer in Southeast Texas that has more than 60 years of experience in heavy construction machinery, equipment rental, and support services in the industrial equipment industry. Mustang Cat has an impressive track record in the industry. Its success is due in part to its mission to solve its customers’ [...]

March 15th, 2017|

Partner Focus: LHL Federation of Covington, Georgia, USA

Medicine At Work welcomes a new partner - LHL Federation. LHL Federation is a consortium of insurance agents representing multiple companies working together to provide life insurance, health insurance, legal protection, and identity theft services for individuals as well as groups. LHL Federation has created their business around talented agents that differentiate themselves by offering innovative products to their [...]

February 21st, 2017|

Houston Chronicle Highlights our New Medicine At Work Clinic at City of Deer Park, Texas

All of us here at Medicine At Work were very proud to see the Houston Chronicle coverage of opening our on-site clinic for the City of Deer Park on January 3rd! Implemented in partnership with TML-MultiState Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool, the City's insurer, the clinic serves over 600 City employees, dependents, and retirees. Featured were [...]

February 1st, 2017|

Happy in the Heat: Supporting Houston’s Association for Corporate Growth

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September 19th, 2016|

On-site Mini-Clinic vs. Telephone Telemedicine?

In the now over seven (7!) years since we started offering Medicine At Work on-site mini-clinics for employers, folks learn our roots and use of telemedicine and ask why we just don't offer telephone or web video services by themselves. A recent online article highlights one key reason why - low utilization. This means a tiny [...]

September 15th, 2016|