Kibby Awarded Prestigious Status of Fellow
Thomas B. Kibby, MD, MPH, CIME, FACOEM, has been elevated to the status of fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM). He has earned this recognition through his active participation in the organization and through his contributions to the field of occupational and environmental medicine. 

Random Testing Deters Abusers
A comprehensive substance abuse testing program is your organization's best resource in maintaining the highest standards for employee safety, health and productivity. Random substance abuse testing can be an effective part of any program. Random testing is defined as the unannounced selection of candidates each having an equal probability or occurrence of being selected to be tested. 

Anger in the Workplace: Creating Awareness, Taking Action
When it comes to the workplace, the tongue can be a wand or a weapon. Whether it is used to help or hurt, both can have long-lasting effects. 

Causation Analysis: Five Things Your Occupational Health Provider Should Know
When a patient visits a medical provider, a number of questions must be answered: What is the diagnosis? How serious is it? What should be done about it? 

Update Your BarnesCare Account
Have you changed workers' compensation insurance carriers or third-party administrators recently? Has any of your company contact information changed? If so, it only takes a moment to update your company information in our medical information system -- and it may save you time later.

Prevention is Good Business
The facts are sobering. Missouri has an uninsured population of approximately 877,000 (about 15 percent of the state’s population). More than 30 percent of Missourians are now obese, and the diabetes rate is nearing 10 percent. And while decreasing, about 21 percent of the state’s residents still smoke. Health care costs are on the rise, creating challenging road blocks for businesses, individuals and providers. Although the United States spends more money than any other nation on health care, our citizens are not healthier. 

Quit Smoking Now - the Great American Smokeout
Each year on the third Thursday of November, communities all over the nation take part in the American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout. During this event, smokers are challenged to quit using tobacco for at least 24 hours.

Dedicated to a Healthy Workplace
Keep your employees healthy and fit with on-site wellness from BarnesCare. We’re your organization’s gateway to worksite health and wellness programming from BJC HealthCare. Whether you are looking for a health screening for 10 or a comprehensive program for 1,000, we can tailor a program that fits your specific needs and budget. A BarnesCare wellness coordinator can even help you develop, implement and manage your program. 

The Importance of Eye Safety
Every day, about 2,000 U.S. workers have a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment. About one-third of the injuries are treated in hospital emergency departments and more than 100 of these injuries result in one or more days of lost work. 

Oral Fluid Drug Testing at BarnesCare
BarnesCare offers a practical and reliable alternative to urine drug testing. The Intercept oral fluid test can be collected anytime, anywhere, with no need for special collection facilities. The Intercept oral fluid test is a laboratory-based test for the most common drugs of abuse: marijuana, cocaine, opiates, PCP and amphetamines (including methamphetamine and ecstasy). 



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