Business Opportunity for Radiologists: On-Site Employee Health Clinics

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Wouldn’t it be nice if employees could receive MRI scans on-site at their places of work? In fact, an increasing number of large, mid-size and small companies across the United States are offering various levels of on-site primary care and specialty services to their employees (some even offering healthcare services to dependants as well). According to a 2010 survey conducted by Mercer consulting firm, 15% of employers with 500 or more employees provided health clinics on-location. An additional 10% of employers with more than 500 employees stated that they were considering offering on-site health clinics for their employees in the upcoming year. It is anticipated that employer-sponsored, on-location healthcare will be commonplace for companies of all sizes and industries over the next ten years.

Typically, the size of the company will dictate the medical services offered. The larger the employer, the greater the variety of on-site services offered. Smaller employers may offer primary care services such as physical exams and standard laboratory tests by physicians and/or physician extenders (e.g., nurse practitioners, advanced practice nurses); larger employers may additionally offer specialty services like radiology and on-site imaging. The company’s business industry may also dictate the types of healthcare services offered at the employer’s office.

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