WORK INJURIES HAPPEN.
TAP TO TREAT CAN HELP!

Real Occupational Health Services When You Need Them


  • Experienced Occupational Health Providers
  • Virtual Face-To-Face Video Visits
  • Excellent Employee and Employer Outcomes
AVAILABLE 24/7/365

Currently offering services in IA, IN, NC, OH, TN, TX, VA. New states being added monthly, please contact us for services in your area

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WORK INJURIES HAPPEN.
TAP TO TREAT CAN HELP!

 

Real Occupational Health Services When You Need Them

  • Experienced Occupational Health Providers
  • Virtual Face-To-Face Video Visits
  • Excellent Employee and Employer Outcomes
AVAILABLE 24/7/365
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Tap To Treat – Virtual Solutions to Real Occupational Health Problems

All you need is a device with internet connection, camera, microphone and speakers!

Our Process

Step 1
  • Employee incident/injury occurs
  • Employee reports incident to employer per protocol
Step 2
  • Employee is directed to Tap To Treat dedicated device
  • Employee clicks Tap To Treat virtual visit icon
  • Employee agrees to terms of use/consents to treatment
  • Employee placed in virtual waiting room and is met by RN
Step 3

RN performs virtual face-to-face video triage – determines appropriate path forward:

  • Non-urgent (first aid and/or precautionary only—care typically administered by RN)
  • Urgent (Tap to Treat advanced practitioner and/or physician involved—when medically appropriate and accepted by employee vs conventional clinic referral–when not)
  • Emergency (EMS is activated)
What Makes Us Different

We’re not just a voice on the phone – we SEE our patients virtually, face-to-face, on Tap To Treat’s custom video.
Tap To Treat is solely a virtual provider. We don’t exist to drive business to other centers of care.  We save employers money.

Tap To Treat Provides:

  • Employee care from the time of injury through Maximum Medical Improvement and release from care
  • Conservative treatment that focuses on the least invasive way to best treat the employee – often resulting in cost savings and avoiding OSHA recordability
  • Services custom-tailored to each employer’s needs
  • A primary point of contact for employers and employees – building a relationship that provides an atmosphere of openness and trust.
  • A way for employees to attend appointments either at work or from the comfort of their own home (at employer discretion)
  • Early intervention and aggressive case management which allows for the best employee outcome and usually a more rapid return to full usual work duty
  • Frequent contact with employers – nurses “push” the information employers need so they don’t have to seek it out
  • 24/7/365 availability – not just for the injury, but anytime the employee may have issues during recovery
Our Services Include:

  • 24/7/365 RN/NP/MD virtual availability
  • Custom occupational telemedicine app
  • WC form completion
  • Ongoing treatment and management
  • Regular communication to employers
  • Occupational medicine treatment protocols
  • RTW guidance – avoid lost time
  • Drug and alcohol testing

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What Makes Us Different

We’re not just a voice on the phone – we SEE our patients virtually face-to-face on tap to treat’s custom video.
Tap To Treat is solely a virtual provider. We don’t exist to drive business to other centers of care.  We save employers money.

Tap To Treat Provides:

  • Employee care from the time of injury through Maximum Medical Improvement and release from care
  • Conservative treatment that focuses on the least invasive way to best treat the employee – often avoiding OSHA recordability in the process
  • Services custom-tailored to each employer’s needs
  • A primary point of contact for employers and employees – building a relationship that provides an atmosphere of openness and trust.
  • A way for employees to attend appointments either at work or from the comfort of their own home (at employer discretion)
  • Early intervention and aggressive case management which allows for the best employee outcome and usually a more rapid return to full usual work duty
  • Frequent contact with employers – nurses “push” the information employers need so they don’t have to seek it out
  • 24/7/365 availability – not just for the injury, but anytime the employee may have issues during recovery
Our Services Include:

  • 24/7/365 RN/NP/MD virtual availability
  • Custom occupational telemedicine app
  • WC form completion
  • Ongoing treatment and management
  • Regular communication to employers
  • Occupational medicine treatment protocols
  • RTW guidance – avoid lost time
  • Drug and alcohol testing

Read More

David K. Tutor, MD, and Lucinda Price, RN, BSN of Tap to Treat | Occupational Health Services
Our Story

In the early 1990’s when I began working in occupational healthcare, never could I have predicted what I am doing today. This business was started with the intent to provide “old-school” personalized health care via “new-school” methods. Tap To Treat is the culmination of decades of occupational health care experience wrapped in a technology-based, cost-efficient delivery system that provides good outcomes for both employers and employees. No longer limited by the time, costs and fixed location of traditional “brick and mortar” clinics, we’re now available anywhere – and anytime – we’re needed.

Meet the Tap to Treat Team

David K. Tutor, MD, Medical Director of Tap to Treat | Occupational Health Services
David K. Tutor, MD
Medical Director

Dr. Tutor received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis in 1989. He specializes in Occupational Medicine and has over 25 years experience in clinical practice. He is the current chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee to the Tennessee Bureau of Worker’s Compensation.

Our Solutions Save Employers

Money.
The average cost of an initial RN virtual triage/treatment of a new injury is less than $200, while the average Emergency Department visit for the same injury is greater than $1200!

Time.

  • We manage cases from the moment of injury – virtually eliminating (pun intended) unnecessary Emergency Department trips and their excessive wait times for employees and supervisors.
  • We can complete all necessary state and employer forms – allowing employers to make the best use of their time.

OSHA recordability.
By maintaining control of claims from the moment they occur, we eliminate:

  • Unnecessary prescriptions
  • Unnecessary restricted days and lost time
  • Unnecessary treatment modalities

Frustration.
We provide a primary contact to streamline communication to employers and any other stakeholders they identify so they don’t have to seek it out.

The Tap To Treat technology and process helps eliminate unnecessary:
 

  • Emergency Department visits
  • Off-site transportation
  • Long wait times
  • Testing
  • Prescriptions
  • Therapies
  • OSHA recordability
  • Lost work days
What Can Be Treated Virtually

Common work-related issues that can be treated virtually:

  • Abrasions/minor skin wounds
  • Contusions
  • Strains/sprains
  • Infections
  • Minor heat/cold/chemical exposures
  • Minor burns
  • Insect bites
  • Dermatitis/other rashes
  • Minor eye irritation
  • Minor respiratory irritation
  • Minor ear irritation (e.g. from ear plugs)
  • Minor nerve irritations/extremity numbness or tingling

This list is not comprehensive – many more complaints can be treated virtually.

Our Solutions Save Employers

Money.
The average cost of an initial RN virtual triage/treatment of a new injury is less than $200, while the average Emergency Department visit for the same injury is greater than $1200!

Time.

  • We manage cases from the moment of injury – virtually eliminating (pun intended) unnecessary Emergency Department trips and their excessive wait times for employees and supervisors.
  • We can complete all necessary state and employer forms – allowing employers to make the best use of their time.

OSHA recordability.
By maintaining control of claims from the moment they occur, we eliminate:

  • Unnecessary prescriptions
  • Unnecessary restricted days and lost time
  • Unnecessary treatment modalities

Frustration.
We provide a primary contact to streamline communication to employers and any other stakeholders they identify so they don’t have to seek it out.

The Tap To Treat technology and process helps eliminate unnecessary:
 

  • Emergency Department visits
  • Off-site transportation
  • Long wait times
  • Testing
  • Prescriptions
  • Therapies
  • OSHA recordability
  • Lost work days
What Can Be Treated Virtually

Common work-related issues that can be treated virtually:

  • Abrasions/minor skin wounds
  • Contusions
  • Strains/sprains
  • Infections
  • Minor heat/cold/chemical exposures
  • Minor burns
  • Insect bites
  • Dermatitis/other rashes
  • Minor eye irritation
  • Minor respiratory irritation
  • Minor ear irritation (e.g. from ear plugs)
  • Minor nerve irritations/extremity numbness or tingling

This list is not comprehensive – many more complaints can be treated virtually.

Customer Testimonials

My company has been utilizing the Tap to Treat Medical Support System for several months and overall it has met or exceeded our expectations.

S.S. Leader, Employee Health and Safety

This service has modernized my team’s ability to manage workplace injuries with focus on the individual and compliance, while still being able to run the business in the background.

M. W. Plant Manager

The Tap To Treat Team really works “outside the box” to come up with innovative solutions to the different health care issues at our various plants.

K.R., SR EHS Director

Since using Tap to Treat, our employees have experienced a more 
personalized touch to for their medical needs. They no longer need to 
wait in a crowded waiting rooms for treatment. They treat our 
employees and our company as family for continued follow-up through 
the process for a speedy recovery. Tap to Treat is just a click away.

L.S. Human Resources

“We’d like to thank Lucinda for her hard work and wish her the best of luck on her future endeavors”