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OSHA says employers have to evaluate for bloodborne pathogens immediately following possible exposure via needle-stick or specific eye, mouth, other mucous membrane, nonintact skin, or parenteral contact with blood. “Immediate” can be tricky on the jobsite or for first responders and clinical personnel, however, so U.S. HealthWorks is trying to facilitate faster access through a new telemedicine program. The company has an app that facilitates access at any time, any day and includes comprehensive medical history and immunization status, counseling, and follow-up care recommendations, including labs and prescriptions electronically transmitted to 24-hour pharmacies, where necessary.

Telemedicine Enables Faster Testing for Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure
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