Dedicated Onsite Registered Nurse

BHS nurses are trained in our patented screening technology, proprietary hands-on mobility health treatment system, and best-in class wellness program processes. Simply put, way better than your standard corporate occupational health program.​

Most Trusted Profession

The Problem of Poor Employee Health

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$171 billion + $297 billion

$171 billion in direct costs plus $297 billion in lost productivity to employers annually = $3,005 per U.S. employee.

$150 billion​

a year costs to U.S. employers due to employees coming to work sick.

workers are afraid to return to work due to COVID-19
work health

$84 billion​

every year is the cost of unscheduled employee absences.

U.S. employees go to 558 million doctors’ office visits and spend 1.1 billion hours away from work due to pain alone.

U.S. Bureau of Labor & Statistics ​

painful
more lost time from work without case management.

Overtime is used to cover 47% of employee absences and coworkers are 29.5% less productive when covering for absent employees. Society for Human Resource Management​

Presenteeism​ commonly reduces individual productivity by 33% or more.

presenteeism
neck pain

Injuries and pain are shown to increase presenteeism 79%.

National Institute of Health National Library of Medicine

600,000​

MSD-related workplace injuries every year in the U.S.

Knee pain
back pain

63%​

of workplace injuries/illnesses are not treated by medical professionals, thus increasing the risk of further harm.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics​

There are 2.5 million non-fatal injuries/illnesses to U.S. employees annually resulting in 103 million lost days of work (pre-COVID-19).

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ; U.S. National Safety Council​

hand injury
back hurts

8

days of work are lost on average for every workplace injury/illness.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Reduce Exposure Risk

Exposure Risk​

to infectious diseases increases simply by going to the doctors office.​

Inconvenience Avalanche​

Time away from work/home office​

Coordinate childcare (home office)​

Commute/transportation​

Follow-ups/referrals common​

Limited appointment times​

Inconvenience Avalanche
Patented Computer-Aided Mobility Health Assessment

50% of American adults and adolescents suffer from musculoskeletal (mobility) conditions that are linked to depression and increase the risk of developing other chronic heath conditions.

World Health Organization​

Leading Disability Cause

Musculoskeletal conditions significantly limit mobility and dexterity, leading to early retirement from work, reduced accumulated wealth and reduced ability to participate in social roles.

World Health Organization

American adults and adolescents suffer from musculoskeletal (mobility) conditions
Impact on the U.S. Economy

Impact on the U.S. Economy​

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

$20 billion per year in workers’ compensation costs​

$190 billion per year in medical care costs​

$297 billion per year in lost productivity ​

600,000 workplace injuries every year – 1 in every 215 employees​

Impact on the Average Employer

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

45 outpatient doctor visits per 100 employees per year​

2.9 lost workdays per employee per year​

Average cost of one workplace MSD injury is $33,000 to the employer​

$2,397 in lost productivity per employee (every employee) per year

Impact on the Average Employer
Safety and Health

Under Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) the employer has a general legal obligation to provide a safe workplace.

Occupational Safety Health and Administration (OSHA)

It is not just COVID-19​

Flu in the workplace costs U.S. employers $2 billion each year = 2.8 days off per employee.

U.S. Department of Labor

Flu in the workplace
workers are afraid to return to work due to COVID-19

41%​ of U.S. workers are afraid to return to work due to COVID-19.

The Forrester Group

$8 trillion​

cost of COVID-19 to the U.S. economy in 2020 alone.

Forbes Magazine​

cost of COVID-19 to the U.S. economy
compensation costs are from ergonomic injuries

1/3rd of workers’ compensation costs are from ergonomic injuries = $18 billion each year.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

33%

of all lost workdays are a result of poor ergonomics related injuries.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

lost workdays are a result of poor ergonomics related injuries
Conditions Related to Poor Ergo

Conditions Related to Poor Ergo

Eye strain​

Headaches

Fatigue

Musculoskeletal conditions​

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome​

Back/neck pain​

Shoulder pain​

Long-term Health Consequences​

Advanced Spinal Degeneration​

Productivity Plummets​

Heightened Risk of Injury​

Lowered Metabolic Rate​

Higher Rates of Employee Absenteeism​

Irreversible Damage​

Respiratory Dysfunction​

Postural Aging

Long-term Health Consequences​
burden of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) to employers

The burden of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) to employers and workplaces is significant; and​ the most important cost to employers and society is lost time from work.

Health and Safety Executive Journal

14.7%​

Journal of the American Medical Association

patients receive at least 1 overused procedure every year due to fragmented care.

overused procedure every year due to fragmented care
more lost time from work without case management.

366%

more lost time from work without case management.

National Library of Medicine

218%​

higher workers’ compensation costs to employers without a case management program.

National Library of Medicine

higher workers’ compensation costs to employers without a case management program
corporate healthcare expenses

75%​

of corporate healthcare expenses are spent on chronic diseases, mostly diet-related = $28.2 million in lost productivity.

Center for Disease Control​

Poor nutrition has more the 3 times the impact on health as low fitness.

Institute for Health Metrics

Poor nutrition has more the 3 times the impact on health as low fitness
Eating unhealthily is linked to a 66 percent increased risk of loss of productivity

Eating unhealthily is linked to a 66 percent increased risk of loss of productivity.

Perspectives in Public Health Journal – Brigham Young University​

99%​

of US employers have fewer than 500 employees and lack the expertise and resources to develop effective physical activity and other nutrition programs.

Corporate Wellness Magazine

employees and lack the expertise
Employees spend 1/3rd of every weekday at work or online

There is no time for prevention. Employees spend 1/3rd of every weekday at work or online when the doctor’s office is open.

75%​ of corporate healthcare expenses are spent on chronic diseases.

Center for Disease Control

corporate healthcare expenses
healthcare

Big problem…simple solution

Make Employees More Productive​

by treating pain and injuries onsite. ​ -$297 billion in lost productivity from MSDs every year = $2,397 per U.S. employee.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ​

lost productivity
preventing over 50% of the doctor's office visits

Convenience Translates Into Productivity

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics​

by preventing over 50% of the doctor's office visits for pain caused by MSDs – ​ 35% of all outpatient visits are for MSDs = 558 million per year = 1.1 billion hours away from work.

Be There For Employees

U.S. National Safety Council​

by immediately triaging issues to assure the best care. ​ – There are 2.5 million non-fatal injuries/illnesses to U.S. employees annually resulting in 103 million lost days of work (pre-COVID-19). U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ;

non-fatal injuries/illnesses
same evidence-based and technology-enabled hands-on treatment system

Same Care Professional Athletes Trust​

Our nurses are certified in the same evidence-based and technology-enabled hands-on treatment system trusted by professional athletes since 1991.​

Improve Employee Quality of Life

U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC)​

It is not just injuries; your employees are already in pain – ​ At any time, 54% of working-age Americans suffer from musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).

54% of working-age Americans suffer from musculoskeletal disorders (
63% of workplace injuries/illnesses are not treated by medical professionals

Take Inconvenience out of the Equation for Employees​

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

63% of workplace injuries/illnesses are not treated by medical professionals, thus increasing the risk of further harm.

Effectively Resolve Most ​ Back Pain Onsite

Back surgery is the most common surgery and accounts for 264 million lost workdays and $50 billion in medical costs every year.

U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration

surgery and accounts for 264 million lost workdays
Prevent Most​ Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Issues

Prevent Most​ Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Issues

U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration

The second most common surgery and affects 8 million employees costing employers $7.4 billion in workers compensation costs every year.

Healthier Bottom Line Through Onsite Screening and Treatment

Prevent workplace injuries from costing you – ​ $171 billion direct costs of MSD injuries to employers annually = $1,100 per U.S. employee.

U.S. National Safety Council​

Healthier Bottom Line Through Onsite Screening and Treatment
Save Time and Money with Onsite Care​

Save Time and Money with Onsite Care​

National Association of Worksite Health Centers​

70% reduction in time lost due to offsite medical appointments.

Completely Prevent Many Workers’ Comp Cases with our Proprietary Hands-on Soft Tissue Healthcare

$20 billion in workers’ compensation costs for MSDs annually = $33,000 per injury.

U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration​

Proprietary Hands-on Soft Tissue Healthcare
Our Case Management Really Works

Our Case Management Really Works

  • 366% more lost time from work without case management. National Library of Medicine 
  • 73% decrease in frequency of lost time and medical claims rate with case management. National Library of Medicine 
  • 77% Reduction in workers’ compensation costs as a result of case management programsNational Library of Medicine 
  • 44% Lower medical costs for employees with case management. National Library of Medicine 

Poor Nutrition is a Silent Killer of Profitability

  • $1.1 trillion in lost productivity associated with poor nutrition and obesityThe Milken Institute
  • 75% of corporate healthcare expenses are spent on chronic diseases, mostly diet-relatedCenter for Disease Control
  • Eating unhealthily is linked to a 66 percent increased risk of loss of productivity. Perspectives in Public Health Journal – Brigham Young University
Poor Nutrition is a Silent Killer of Profitability
BHS Nurses Know Nutrition

BHS Nurses Know Nutrition

  • 99% of US employers have fewer than 500 employees and lack the expertise and resources to develop effective physical activity and other nutrition programs. Corporate Wellness Magazine 
  • 66% of employers with programs reported increased productivity. International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
  • 89% of workers at companies that support well-being efforts are more likely to recommend their company as a good place to work. American Psychological Association
  • 18% of lost workdays can be recaptured with a nutrition program alone. Corporate Wellness Magazine 

Our RNs Have the Coolest Tools

Patented portable digital mobility health assessment system to identify and prevent injuries. ​

RNs Have the Coolest Tools

BHS RNs Move Employers from ​ Reactive to Proactive

BHS RNs Move Employers from ​ Reactive to Proactive
The Center for Disease Control (CDC)​

“The actions you take and the plans you make today (to prevent the spread of diseases) make a difference.” The Center for Disease Control (CDC)​

Create Employee Confidence During COVID-19​

The Forrester Group

Inaccurate touchless temperature readings and questionnaires are not returning U.S. employees to work safely. Let our nurses assure your safety with proven hospital-grade processes and tools. ​ 41% of U.S. workers are afraid to return to work due to COVID-19.

Create Employee Confidence During COVID-19
workers are afraid to return to work due to COVID-19

It is not Just COVID-19

U.S. Department of Labor​

Infectious disease control is always important to prevent lost workdays and productivity.​ Flu in the workplace costs U.S. employers $2 billion each year = 2.8 days off per employee.

Reduce Exposure Risk​

of infectious diseases simply by avoiding going to the doctor's office.

Reduce Exposure Risk
Be prepared to Prevent Workplace Infections with a BHS Nurse

Be prepared to Prevent Workplace Infections with a BHS Nurse:​

Implement best practices for crisis preparedness​

Priority access to PPE and proven screening technologies

Disease prevention education for employees

Accurate employee temperature monitoring

Symptom triage and safe-to-work protocols

Telehealth consultations for sick employees

Poor Ergonomics is a BIG Problem our Nurses can Fix​

  • 1/3rd of workers’ compensation costs are from ergonomic injuries = $18 billion each year. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • 33% of all lost workdays are a result of poor ergonomics related injuries.  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Poor Ergonomics is a BIG Problem our Nurses can
Most Ergonomic Programs Fail

Most Ergonomic Programs Fail

The effectiveness of an ergo program is dependent on an individual’s mobility health. Our nurses address the root cause of poor posture and mobility along with environmental intervention.

When we Fix your Ergo Program you can Expect…

  • 3:1 to 15:1 ROI on an ergonomics program = median of $4.41 per $1 spent. North American Staying at Work Report
  • 67% drop in absenteeism from MSDs due to ergonomics related issues. The American Posture Institute 
  • 93% reduction in workers’ compensation costs. The American Posture Institute
  • 54% increase in productivityThe American Posture Institute 
  • 94% reduction in employee turnover resulted from ergonomics program. The American Posture Institute
When we Fix your Ergo Program you can Expect
The Problem of Low Activity (fitness) is Huge​

The Problem of Low Activity (fitness) is Huge​

  • $480 billion in annual healthcare costs associated with low levels of physical activity. Center for Disease Control (CDC) 
  • 70-90% of healthcare spending is caused by problems associated with unhealthy lifestyle choices (diet and fitness) that can lead to chronic diseases. Corporate Wellness Magazine 
  • 80% of American adults do not get the recommended level of physical activity. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

BHS Corporate Wellness Challenges and Individual Fitness Plans Lead to​

  • 66% of employers with programs reported increased productivity. International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
  • 53% of employees would participate in an exercise program through their workplace. Aflac Insurance 
  • 70% of employees that participate in programs report higher job satisfaction. Corporate Wellness Magazine
  • 91% of workers at companies led by leaders that support well-being efforts say they feel motivated to do their best at their jobs. American Psychological Association
HS Corporate Wellness Challenges and Individual Fitness Plans Lead to
BHS Sponsored Health Fairs

BHS Sponsored Health Fairs​

are a great way to launch new wellness initiatives, share health education information, conduct preventive screenings, immunizations, raise awareness of health risks, demonstrate healthy habits and promote organizational benefits and community resources. 

BHS is Infinitely Scalable​

American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)​

and we can be anywhere your employees are from rural locations to cities. ​ – there are 3.8 Million nurses in the United States composing the largest profession of the healthcare workforce.

BHS is Infinitely Scalable
Most Trusted Profession

Most Trusted Profession​

Gallup.com 

Gallup reports nursing as the most trusted profession for the 17th year running.

BHS Nurses Deliver More Value​

Nurses provide 3 times more healthcare than all other healthcare providers combined due to their numbers and extensive scope of practice.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)

BHS Nurses Deliver More Value​
nurses are required to complete an accredited academic program

100%

of nurses are required to complete an accredited academic program, hospital-based clinicals, and pass a national certification board exam and hands-on skills tests.

Nurses are Critical Thinkers

National Institutes of Health National Library of Medicine

Critical thinking is an essential process for the safe, efficient and skillful nursing practice.

Nurses are Critical Thinkers
Nurses are Team Players

Nurses are Team Players​

Teamwork is a core competency of registered nurses and BHS will quickly be integrated into your business processes.

Why BHS Nurses are Better

We select only the top nurses in the country to complete our rigorous training and certifications proven to deliver the most comprehensive OSHA compliant health assurance programs to employers. Unlike our competition, BHS nurses are our employees and not 1099 contractors.

Capability/Scope of Practice
  • Certified Hands-on Soft Tissue Healthcare Provider
  • Certified OSHA Compliance Specialist
  • Certified in Patented Mobility Health Screening System
  • Certified Ergonomics Specialist
  • Certified Telehealth Provider
  • Certified Case Management Specialist
  • Medical Triage Provider
  • Certified Infectious Disease Prevention
  • Certified First Aid Provider
  • Certified CPR and AED Provider
  • Certified Nutrition and Wellness Specialist
  • Health Fair Planning Specialist
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Optimize organizational performance by measurably improving the health and wellness of your employees.

Optimize organizational performance by measurably improving the health and wellness

Make your workplace the solution.