We strive to stay at the forefront of Occupational Medicine, and evolving along with technology is critical to that objective. The 3bExam platform is another step towards maintaining our commitment to deliver the best possible Occupational Medicine services to the Lowcountry.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (PRWEB)
December 01, 2017
Carolina Center for Occupational Health (CCOH), the leading occupational health provider in the Charleston tri-county area, announced today that they will begin utilizing leading edge electronic exam application 3bExam in their practice for all DOT examinations. This paperless platform is designed to reduce errors, improve efficiency, and ensure FMCSA and South Carolina DMV compliance.
Of the company’s latest tech advancement, CCOH CEO Herbert Drayton III says, “We strive to stay at the forefront of Occupational Medicine, and evolving along with technology is critical to that objective. The 3bExam platform is another step towards maintaining our commitment to deliver the best possible Occupational Medicine services to the Lowcountry.”
The implementation of 3bExam will be substantial for both CCOH clinicians and clients that must comply with DOT regulations. Providers will be able to produce faster, more accurate results, and clients will have real-time access to drivers’ documents and information through a client portal. With the ability to complete their forms in advance of the exam, drivers will be able to spend more time on the road rather than in the waiting room. This portal will allow clients to manage driver lists and information, run reports, schedule exams, and even reprint certificates as needed. Furthermore, CCOH’s certified medical examiners have the ability to send reminders to both clients and drivers through the portal with renewal details.
About CCOH: The Carolina Center for Occupational Health (CCOH) is one of the state’s largest independent medical providers specializing in occupational and industrial medicine. The center provides work-related injury care and treatment, employment physicals, government-mandated surveillance testing programs, drug and alcohol screening, and DOT-mandated examinations as well as numerous immunizations for diseases such as influenza, Hepatitis A and B, and tetanus-diphtheria among others….