OccNet is the latest and greatest in occupational health technology. OccNet provides its users with data at the touch of a button. It gives users access to not only employee records, but to many other benefits including:
- Work status
- Tracking costs
- Drug screening results
- Injury data and treatment status
- Appointment data – Tracking patient compliance
- Statistical data for company days, clinic days, light duty days, ect.
- Areas to provide safety education to employees to better control injuries
OccNet Demo - Leave the username and password blank to enter the demo. OccNet is a specialized feature that Genesis Occupational Health can offer to their employers. You can now access employee records with ease and convenience allowing for information on work related healthcare cases.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is OccNet easy to use?
OccNet is very user friendly and easy to navigate through. Genesis Occupational Health will provide training, a training manual, and support for OccNet users.
- What does OccNet offer me?
OccNet provides employers the opportunity to view their employees' occupational health status using real time technology. This service is available to users 24 hours a day 7 days a week. OccNet is divided into the following sections:
Injury List Injury Trends Injury Detail Company Summary
Drug Test List
Drug Result Letter
3. Who else is providing this service to employers?
Genesis Occupational Health is the only occupational health provider in the Quad Cities area providing this type of innovation and data to employers.
4. Are OccNet records confidential?
Yes, OccNet records are confidential. Only authorized users can access employer specific data. To access OccNet you must be assigned a username and password that is unique to only that individual.
5. Who can have access to OccNet?
Only authorized users have access to OccNet. This includes employers, case managers, and third party administrators. Access is granted with the permission of the employer and Genesis Occupational Health must be contacted to set up access.
6. How can I subscribe to OccNet?
To become a user of OccNet, please contact Julie Gehn at 309-281-2711 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting access. An occupational health representative will contact you to set up your account.