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Frequently asked questions
FAQs admin August 19, 2021
FAQ'S
Company related questions
With the healthcare industry traditionally being focused on illness as opposed to prevention, Dr. Liva founded Preventive PLUS in 1987 as a medical practice designed to prevent illnesses and injury for employees in the workplace and/or other general populations.

Mon, Tues, Wed & Friday 9am – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 6pm

All examinations are conducted at our facility located at
1 West Ridgewood Ave Suite G4
Paramus, NJ 07652
(201) 444-3060

FAQ'S
General questions

We provide expertise in the following area:

  • Clinical Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • Preplacement, Periodic, Return to duty and Manager physicals
  • Occupational and Environmental Medicine Related Law and Regulations
  • Regulated examinations required by DOT, FAA and OSHA
  • Work Fitness and Disability Management including Independent Medical Examinations.
  • Toxicology including Drug Screening and Medical Review Officer Services
  • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation, and Control
  • Health and Productivity
  • Public Health, Surveillance, and Disease Prevention

With the rollout and delivery of the Preventive PLUS Health Management systems, we will improve overall employee productivity in order for your company to be more efficient. This will also have a positive impact on the overall health of your workforce and their families.

FAQ'S
Workplace examinations

Yes, Dr. Liva is a Designated Civil Surgeon. Immigration medical examinations conducted inside the United States must be performed by a civil surgeon who has been designated by USCIS.

Yes, Dr.Liva is certified to perform HIMS Evaluations. HIMS AME is trained in evaluating airmen for substance- or alcohol-related conditions or other mental conditions. HIMS AMEs can provide sponsorship and monitoring for such conditions when required by the FAA for medical certification purposes.

Yes, Dr.Liva is certified to perform FAA physicals.

Yes, Individuals are examined by Dr.Liva on regular intervals and the content of the exam is determined by legislative mandate (OSHA), by agency recommendations (NIOSH), the nature of the chemical hazard, the biological material, or the physical agents to which they are exposed as part of their work assignment.

  • Physical Examination
  • Vision Test
  • Urinalysis
  • Hearing Test
  • Physical Examination
  • Vision Test
  • Urinalysis
  • Hearing Test

 

1st CLASS ONLY- Baseline EKG at 35 years of age. Annually after 40.

 

Occupational and environmental medicine (OEM) is a board-certified specialty within the profession of preventive medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses.

Occupational health professionals are the leading experts in the complex interplay of factors that affect health in the workplace, helping organizations of all kinds ensure the health of their employees, productivity of the workplace, and advancement of the overall economy.

As highly trained specialists, OEM professionals enhance the health of workers through clinical care, prevention, disability management, research and education.

Reference: American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

http://www.acoem.org/WhatIsOEM.aspx

All examinations are conducted at our facility located at
1 West Ridgewood Ave Suite G4
Paramus, NJ 07652
(201) 444-3060

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Wellness services
In today’s public health climate of a growing healthcare costs, it is evident that more attention needs to be given to eating healthfully and staying active, especially due to a busy work schedule. By offering Preventive PLUS’s Employee Weight Management Program, your company can lead the way in facilitating a new business culture of health and wellness that employees can carry into their personal lives.

Yes, Dr.Liva is the certified MRO for many major companies.

he HX Solutions Health Contingent Wellness Program permits group health plans and group health insurance issuers to institute premium discounts or rebates or modification to otherwise applicable cost sharing (including co-payments, deductibles or coinsurance) in return for adherence to certain programs of disease prevention and health promotion and the ability to vary the cost sharing of the health benefits plan, with its members, based on each individual members participation and compliance with their respective physician directed treatment plan and determined milestones.
The Preventive PLUS Tobacco Cessation program teaches and supports your employees’ with “how to quit” and “how to handle the urges to smoke”.
FAQ'S
Population health management

Preventive PLUS Health Management Analytics group designs, delivers, and operates advanced analytics to help payers and providers meet their most pressing needs, including value-based payment models, medical cost management, network optimization, as well as provider pricing and growth strategy.

With the introduction of the Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FLMA), what steps has your company taken to manage employee Absenteeism to stay compliant with state and federal level laws.

Disease management is a proactive approach to employee health that focuses on providing better healthcare while reducing the costs of caring for the chronically ill and is designed to improve the health of persons with specific chronic conditions.

FAQ'S
General medical services

Yes, we can do onsite testing for DOT, NON DOT & RAPID/INSTANT TESTING. Please contact our office for details 201.444.3060

Yes, Dr. Liva is a medical professional listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. Only medical examiners that have completed training and successfully passed a test on FMCSA’s physical qualification standards will be listed on the National Registry.

Yes, please contact our office for a full list of available vaccinations 201.444.3060

Yes, Dr. Liva performs IME’s. IMEs evaluate a claimant’s medical condition for accuracy and legitimacy.

Yes, Our Medical Director Consulting Service is an ideal option for mid-size to large-size organizations.

Yes, Dr. Liva is in Network with most of the Workers Comp Carriers.

Blood and urine testing is performed in a reference laboratory certified by State and Federal Agencies. Testing is determined by individual need and risk. The more common laboratory tests are listed in the document below.