Employer interest in on-site medical and occupational health clinics outside the United States is growing. In some countries, on-site clinics are required by law, and employers are taking advantage of those existing facilities to provide expanded services. Even where clinics are not regulated, some global employers are opening them in particular locations to solve problems related to health care access, quality, safety or equity.
Employers considering adding new clinics in their global locations should think about regulatory, environmental and business factors that may play a role in the success of a clinic in a given location. In-country staff, along with procurement, legal, health and safety, finance, facilities and other departments, can be valuable sources of information to determine the feasibility of a clinic.
Global On-Site Clinics: A Toolkit for Employers
Includes tools for global employers implementing or expanding their clinics around the world.
Global On-Site Clinics Survey Report
The purpose of this survey was to understand what services are available in employers' on-site health clinics around the world.
Occupational Health Dashboards
This resource includes several employer examples for metrics and dashboards.