Integration of Occupational, Employee Health and Urgent Care Within a Health System
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 18, 2016
Explore the opportunities and challenges involved in an integrated urgent care/occupational and employee health center operating under the umbrella of a mid-sized health system. Covering everything from patient flow, staffing and services offered to managing employee health within a larger system, the attendee will be able to identify key areas to consider in this evolving model of care.
- Discuss patient access and flow for occupational health clients within an urgent care setting.
- Explore the benefits of an embedded employee health program within a hospital-owned urgent care.
- Examine provider and staffing roles within an integrated occupational health/urgent care, including ancillary services.
- Identify challenges associated with a combined urgent care/occupational and employee health clinic.
- Review the benefits and challenges of being an urgent care/occupational and employee health center embedded within a mid-sized health system.
Faculty Bio: Christine C. Stallkamp, MD FAAFP CHCQM
Christine Stallkamp MD, FAAFP CHCQM is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College and West Suburban Hospital Family Practice Residency Program in Oak Park, IL. She practiced full-scope family medicine for 9 years before venturing into urgent care. She is currently the medical director of urgent care and occupational health in a 4-hospital health system in suburban Philadelphia, with 2 current urgent care/occupational health locations and more in the works. She oversees employee health as well as workman's comp clients and travel medicine. In addition to her medical directorship, she continues to see patients and also leads a group of 8 physicians in Utilization Management and Clinical Documentation for Main Line Health.
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Urgent Care Management Certificate
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