Amazon opens company health clinics, offers telemedicine to employees in Michigan

Amazon opens company health clinics, offers telemedicine to employees in Michigan

Amazon and Crossover Health have opened two employee neighborhood health care clinics in Westland and Brownstown Township and plan to open a third on March 22 in Royal Oak to serve the company’s 22,000 employees and dependents in Michigan.

Since the two centers have opened, 680 employees have signed up with 46 clinic visits and a 99 percent patient satisfaction score, a Crossover official told Crain’s. Amazon has 14,600 eligible full-time and part-time employees eligible for the clinics.

Telemedicine services also are offered to eligible Amazon employees and dependents through each clinic. Employees can schedule their own virtual and in-person appointments through Crossover’s patient portal.

Crossover is a California-based health provider that runs clinics and virtual care for self-funded employers and health insurance plans. Besides Michigan, Crossover has clinics in Texas, Arizona, Kentucky and California.

The clinics provide full-spectrum acute, chronic and primary preventive care, including prescription medications, vaccinations, mental health services, physical therapy, chiropractic care, health coaching, and care navigation to specialty referral services.

Crossover is also registering to be a vaccination provider with the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Program.

Over the past several years, worksite or employee health clinics have been catching on in Michigan and elsewhere,…

Read More from www.crainsdetroit.com

The best source of news - newszf.com
Logo
Compare items
  • Total (0)
Compare
0