U.S. HealthWorks Touts Telemedicine Offering

U.S. HealthWorks, a provider of high-quality medical care to treat employees with on-the-job injuries, is dramatically expanding its healthcare reach.

U.S. HealthWorks announced today a comprehensive telemedicine program called USHW CareConnectNOW, which will link those in need of care to state-licensed medical providers 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

This new offering is currently available to self-pay urgent care patients in multiple states. For worker’s compensation patients, telemedicine is currently available in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, Maine and Pennsylvania, extending the medical services available at the company’s physical locations; and will be expanded to additional states later in the month.

The new 24/7 telemedicine service combines convenience with U.S. HealthWorks’ occupational medicine expertise, allowing employers to quickly get their employees the highest quality care and treatment they deserve.

“This is a major step toward redefining the way healthcare works in today’s busy, mobile world,” said Joseph T. Mallas, President & CEO. “U.S. HealthWorks wants to meet the needs of its clients and patients wherever they are, providing access to care as soon as possible.”

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