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Occupational health is more than a simple question of regulatory compliance: it can be a real performance booster for businesses and local authorities.
Strengthens your image by prioritizing quality of workplace life for employees and community life for your citizens
Guarantees timely management of occupational risks
Improves the overall performance of your business
As the number of occupational health professionals in France continues to decline, telemedicine creates new opportunities to make the most of a doctor’s time.
H4D offers a comprehensive occupational health support package for both businesses and local communities, in collaboration with dedicated multi-disciplinary occupational health units:
Teleconsultation homogenizes healthcare pathways and raises the quality and scope of collected medical data, which is then transferred directly via the occupational health software.
To help you meet occupational health regulations, H4D also offers an occupational nursing service that provides you with a nurse directly on site. We take care of:
A global mining and metallurgy group, Eramet has close to 13,000 employees in over 20 countries.
“Occupational health has always been a top priority for the company, especially in our remote locations in New Caledonia, Gabon, Senegal, Argentina, Norway and in the center of France. To reduce inequality in access to healthcare, Eramet is innovating by implementing telemedical solutions. Health cannot be separated from the group’s digital transformation.”
Alain Acker | Eramet Coordinating Doctor
Eramet HQ, Paris 15th
Marcel Abéké Hospital in Moanda, Gabon (Comilog, Eramet subsidiary)
In addition to the direct benefits for employees in terms of occupational health, occupational physicians and nurses can more effectively redirect employees towards GP teleconsultations if necessary, and thus contribute meaningfully to the company.
Feedback from the second edition of H4D Meetups (in French).
H4D remercie @LesEchos pour ce bel article sur l'implantation de notre cabinet médical connecté à Evry et à @Bretigny91, en @CDEssonne👨⚕🩺 Ces déploiements s'inscrivent dans le cadre du schéma départemental de santé mis en place pour lutter contre la désertification médicale✨ https://t.co/OuA3h5CafC