M-Profiko Clinic Association for Occupational Medicine is to Speak on Cutting-Edge Technologies in Medicine at the SAPE 2019 Exhibition
SAPE expands its boundaries and presents not inventions of the PPE market only, but innovations in health care as well. It is commonly known that medical achievements enable labor protection improvement.
Responding to demands of contemporary enterprises the M-Profiko Clinic Association for Occupational Medicine helps employers complete tasks related to their employees’ health preservation. The company is sure that decent medical examination is the best measure of occupational accidents prevention. That is why it arranges medical and psychiatric examinations for enterprises of various staff size and remoteness of branches. Cutting-edge technologies, including telemedicine, facilitate operating procedures significantly, allow reducing costs and promote access to services in all corners of Russia.
M-Profiko will present a unique project “Medical Examinations across All Russia” which has been successfully implemented in 64 regions of our country at SAPE 2019 (stand No. H15). A specially designed program allows the employer to check the status of the medical examination process of their employees, as well as the status of their occupational aptitude, online via a secure link. Currently the program is monitoring more than 20,000 employees from various multidivisional organizations. The project “Medical Examinations across All Russia” exists in the legal framework of the Russian Federation to meet expectations of employers of different levels.
“We participate in the exhibition for the second time. SAPE is a venue to meet employers that have a great number of business divisions all across Russia, since they’re interested in our project “Medical Examinations across All Russia” more than anyone else. This project addresses issues of competent medical examination, immediate decision-making on hiring a candidate for job, search of separate suppliers to arrange medical examination, health permit execution, and psychiatric examination,” Alexandra Unizhaeva, Director of the M-Profiko Clinic Association for Occupational Medicine, comments.