Evaluating and Mitigating Occupational Health Hazards

Workplace safety and health form the bedrock of any successful organization. An occupational health hazard is any factor or activity that may risk an employee’s well-being during work. For healthcare professionals, HR team members, and compliance officers, ensuring that these hazards are identified and managed is not only a moral responsibility but a legal one. […]

Propelus Welcomes New Chief Financial Officer with Extensive Healthcare Industry Expertise

Propelus, a leading dynamic workforce management company in the healthcare, government, and education sectors, is delighted to announce Samantha Young as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Young brings a wealth of deep financial and industry experience to the role, making her appointment a significant milestone for the company. With over 15 years of relevant […]

IT Solutions: Transforming Hospitals 

In the ever-evolving healthcare landscape, technology has proven to be both an instigator and an ally. Once reliant on vast amounts of paperwork, hospitals have undergone a seismic shift. At the heart of this metamorphosis lies the power of IT solutions, which are changing how hospitals operate and the essence of patient care, truly driving […]

Enhancing Onboarding with Occupational Healthcare Software Optimization

Bringing new hires into an organization, aptly termed ‘employee onboarding,’ is pivotal. It sets the tone for an employee’s journey, making sure they are equipped, oriented, and primed for success. Modern workplaces increasingly recognize the importance of integrating occupational health software in this process, emphasizing job and health readiness. The Intersection of Occupational Health and […]

The Power of Scalable and Standardized Occupational Health and Employee Health Systems

In today’s fast-paced business world, organizations focus more on their employees’ well-being. Occupational and employee health systems are essential for keeping workers safe and healthy. To get the best results, it’s important to have scalable and standardized healthcare systems. Understanding Scalability in Occupational Health Systems Scalability refers to the ability of a healthcare system to […]

Promoting Mental Well-Being During Flu Season: More Than Just Physical Health

In the realm of health, the physical and mental dimensions are deeply intertwined. As flu season approaches, many individuals experience heightened stress and anxiety. While the emphasis is often on physical health, it’s crucial to recognize and prioritize mental well-being during these challenging times. The Psychological Impact of Flu Season The onset of flu season […]

Creating a Health Conscious Workplace: Tips to Prevent Flu Spread

In today’s fast-paced work environment, the importance of a health-conscious workplace cannot be overstated. The flu, a contagious respiratory illness, poses significant challenges to businesses and employees. Not only does it lead to absenteeism, but it also affects productivity and morale. The primary ways the flu spreads in a workplace setting are through droplets from […]

Measuring Success: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Flu Campaign 

In public health, launching an effective flu campaign is crucial for minimizing the impact of influenza on communities. However, evaluating the success of a flu campaign requires a comprehensive assessment of its effectiveness. In this blog, we’ll explore the importance of measuring flu campaign success and examine critical metrics and strategies for evaluation.  Understanding the […]

Leveraging Social Media for a Successful Flu Campaign

In today’s digital age, social media has become an effective communication, engagement, and advocacy tool. We can maximize our flu awareness efforts and encourage more people to vaccinate. This blog explores practical strategies for a successful flu campaign.  Leveraging social media for a successful flu campaign offers unparalleled opportunities to reach and engage a broad […]

The Importance of USP 800 Compliance

Beginning November 1, 2023, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), State Boards of Pharmacy, and Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services may enforce USP 800 standards for handling hazardous drugs in healthcare settings.  With more than 8 million U.S. healthcare workers at risk for exposure each day, the implications of non-compliance extend far beyond […]