Confidentiality, Privacy and Security

Employee Occupational Health Records

  • 1.  Employee Occupational Health Records

    Posted 10-05-2020 09:39



    I'm curious to hear how others are managing employee occupational health records (e.g., Flu vaccinations, TB tests, etc).   Do you create medical charts in your EHR or do you use a separate system?  If you use a separate system, what do you use?


    Thanks in advance,


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  • 2.  RE: Employee Occupational Health Records

    Posted 10-06-2020 08:35
    We don't include them in our EHR. We have discussed having a separate database within our current system, but have not yet set that up. Currently our employee occupational health records are on paper.

    Kathryn Wood, RHIA
    Assist Dir of Information Systems/Privacy Officer
    War Memorial Hospital

  • 3.  RE: Employee Occupational Health Records

    Posted 10-08-2020 13:41
    When I was at a healthcare system, we did not include them in our EMR.  These records are consider employment records and should be kept separate. I think we used Systoc but I'm not positive about that.

    check out this link to an AHIMA article.

    DeAnn Tucker MHA, RHIA, CHPS, CCS
    Senior Manager | Coker Group