American Industrial Medical, Inc. believes that all businesses should be smart buyers when selecting a provider of onsite health screens and related health & safety program professional direction.
AIM will gladly discuss service needs, present available services, preview reports, answer questions and bring a mobile health testing unit to your door – before providing any services.
A smart buyer will ask many questions including:
Why use a provider of onsite health screens?...
About the mobile testing unit…
-How old is the mobile testing unit that will be used for my testing?
-How does the provider insure cleanliness in the mobile testing unit?
-How does the mobile testing unit design improve accuracy of the results?
-How does the mobile testing unit design improve test time efficiency?
-How does the mobile testing unit design improve employee perceptions of the administered program?
About the equipment…
-How old is the equipment that will be used for my testing?
-How is the provider insure cleanliness of the equipment?
-How does the equipment improve testing accuracy in a mobile environment?
-How does the testing equipment improve test time efficiency?
-How does the equipment improve employee perceptions of the administered program?
About the provider…
-How much experience does the provider have in organizing and executing quality onsite testing?
-Does the provider stand behind the quality its work? How?
-What qualifications and experience does the testing staff have?
-What are the qualifications and experience of the medical reviewer?
-Once testing is over, how long does it take to get back information?
-Is the reporting useful and easy to understand?
-Will someone show me how I can use the information to effectively improve the program?
-How does the provider protect your employees privacy?
-Does the provider know its service limitations, and as a result, has proactively established professional relationships to refer services appropriately?
About the program…
If the business is doing OSHA compliance testing…
-Does the testing and reporting meet OSHA requirements?
-Is the provider able to provide professional direction to your program so that the testing you do today minimizes tomorrow's risks?
If the business is doing a health promotion program…
-Does the testing and reporting create useful information, regarding personal health status, that the employee can share with their personal physician?
-Do the onsite health screens correspond appropriately with an active health promotion program?
-Do the health screens provide aggregate information to the business to identify group risks?
-Is the provider able to provide professional direction so that the business can proactively adjust the health promotion program to minimize group risks in order to raise awareness, influence, and motivate healthy lifestyles?