RETURN-TO-WORK

COVID-19 Comeback Kit

MeMD Can Help You Build a Successful Return-to-Work Strategy

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented businesses with unprecedented challenges. After shutting down or adapting operations for months, Americans are getting back to work in a new world where health and safety must be paramount above all else.

At MeMD, we have built specialized plans to help businesses safely open their doors, meeting the medical and mental health needs of employees and their families.

How We Can Help Your Business

Employees With Symptoms


  • 24/7/365 access to virtual medical visits offering COVID-19 screenings.
  • One-on-one Care Coordination support to walk employees through next steps for how to get diagnostic (PCR) testing, if deemed necessary.
  • COVID-19 confirmed and presumptive treatment recommendations from licensed, board-certified medical providers.
  • “Excuse from work” notes accessible via the MeMD patient portal.
  • “Release” notes accessible via MeMD’s patient portal when CDC guidelines have been met for discontinuing home isolation.
  • Provider assistance to complete the medical portion of an employee’s disability paperwork, when appropriate.
  • Access to teletherapy for help coping with additional mental and emotional stressors, including treatment for anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse or abuse.




Employees Without Symptoms


  • Access to the MeMD Symptom Screener via a computer or mobile device for one-time or ongoing assessments in the workplace.
  • Ability to have antibody tests ordered and reviewed through a virtual visit, 24/7/365, in partnership with LabCorp® and Quest Diagnostics.
  • “Excuse from work” notes for those who need to be quarantined because they have tested positive for COVID-19, came in contact with a COVID-19 patient or have traveled to certain regions.
  • Provider recommendation for special accommodations for vulnerable populations who might need to take extra precautions.
  • Access to teletherapy for help coping with additional mental and emotional stressors, including treatment for anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse or abuse.




Their Families


  • “Excuse from work” notes for family members who serve as caretakers of COVID-19 patients.
  • Access to teletherapy for help coping with additional mental and emotional stressors, including treatment for anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse or abuse.
  • Access to specialized therapy for youth ages 10 to 17 who are dealing with additional mental and emotional issues associated with missed school, activities and quarantine.





How We Can Help Your Employees

Employees With Symptoms


  • 24/7/365 access to virtual medical visits offering COVID-19 screenings.
  • One-on-one Care Coordination support to walk employees through next steps for how to get diagnostic (PCR) testing, if deemed necessary.
  • COVID-19 confirmed and presumptive treatment recommendations from licensed, board-certified medical providers.
  • “Excuse from work” notes accessible via the MeMD patient portal.
  • “Release” notes accessible via MeMD’s patient portal when CDC guidelines have been met for discontinuing home isolation.
  • Provider assistance to complete the medical portion of an employee’s disability paperwork, when appropriate.
  • Access to teletherapy for help coping with additional mental and emotional stressors, including treatment for anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse or abuse.




Employees Without Symptoms


  • Access to the MeMD Symptom Screener via a computer or mobile device for one-time or ongoing assessments in the workplace.
  • Ability to have antibody tests ordered and reviewed through a virtual visit, 24/7/365, in partnership with LabCorp® and Quest Diagnostics.
  • “Excuse from work” notes for those who need to be quarantined because they have tested positive for COVID-19, came in contact with a COVID-19 patient or have traveled to certain regions.
  • Provider recommendation for special accommodations for vulnerable populations who might need to take extra precautions.
  • Access to teletherapy for help coping with additional mental and emotional stressors, including treatment for anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse or abuse.




Their Families


  • “Excuse from work” notes for family members who serve as caretakers of COVID-19 patients.
  • Access to teletherapy for help coping with additional mental and emotional stressors, including treatment for anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse or abuse.
  • Access to specialized therapy for youth ages 10 to 17 who are dealing with additional mental and emotional issues associated with missed school, activities and quarantine.





 

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