Occupational Health Services: Kaiser Permanente At Work
Recognized for Occupational Health Excellence
Kaiser Permanente is proud to be a part of Washington State Department of Labor & Industries' network of Centers of Occupational Health and Education (COHE). As one of only six COHEs in the state, Kaiser Permanente employs occupational health best practices and works effectively to improve injured worker health and reduce disability.
COHE for Providers
As COHE providers, Kaiser Permanente physicians receive in-depth training on occupational health best practices, designed to improve outcomes and reduce disability. Clinic staff also gets training on administrative practices to support a streamlined recovery process. From clinical expertise to administrative support, the focus is always on efficient, effective care.
Kaiser Permanente providers participating in the COHE have access to special billing codes and free continuing medical education. Other resources for COHE providers include:
Important Processes and Forms
In addition to medical treatment guidelines, every Kaiser Permanente occupational health provider follows a set of best practices as defined by COHE to help streamline the claim and recovery process:
Kaiser Permanente offers occupational medicine services at 12 of our Kaiser Permanente medical offices. Refer your patients to us for ongoing occupational health services. Share this flyer (PDF) with your patients and get them on the road to recovery.