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Business Leaders Using Mobile Medical Practice as Employee Perk and Possible Tax Write-Off

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Business executives who want to offer innovative employee perks and get possible tax write-offs are turning to Halo Health Mobile Concierge Doctors. The one-of-a-kind mobile medical practice is delivering health care to busy professionals and their families throughout Wake, Durham, Orange, and Chatham counties.

Halo Health is the nation’s first 24/7 mobile doctor’s office that comes right to the door of area businesses to handle employee health issues, so they don’t have to take time off work.

Investing in Employee Health

Small, medium-sized, and even Fortune 500 companies are investing in their employees’ health by using Halo Health’s on-demand doctors. The speedy healthcare service is a unique perk that helps companies recruit and retain staff.

Busy executives and in-demand employees can use the on-call service to take control of their health and be more productive while still meeting tight work deadlines, attending important meetings, and remaining accessible to clients.

Whether a company has 30 employees or 300, businesses that use Halo Health may be able to deduct some of their health insurance-related expenses from their federal business taxes.

Veteran North Carolina emergency room physician, Dr. Dan Minior, launched Halo Health in April 2020 as a way to help companies care for their staff. He created the service after spending years heading up several ERs across the region.

“Whether an employee needs help treating a sprained ankle, a migraine, getting routine blood work, or having an annual physical, we come right to the office, the warehouse, or an employee’s home. They can avoid the hassle of scheduling an appointment and taking time off work to visit a doctor’s office, urgent care, or ER,” said Dr. Dan, a board-certified emergency medicine physician with more than 20 years of experience.

Mobile Medical Practice Means Healthy Employees and Businesses

Keeping employees healthy is crucial to running a healthy business. Illness-related lost productivity costs, employers, $530 billion per year. With the outbreak of the coronavirus, more high-profile companies are seeking the help of medical experts or adding chief medical officers to their teams as an added precaution and employee perk.

With Halo Health, Dr. Dan or a member of his mobile concierge medical practice will arrive within one hour of getting a call. The Halo Health vehicle is a medical office on wheels and is specially equipped for doctors to treat employees for non-life-threatening health care issues, including COVID-19 testing, allergies, stomach bugs, IV hydration, and even lab tests.

That means employees, as well as their families, can get better, faster access to a doctor when they get sick. Halo Health doctors even dispense medication, so employees don’t have to leave work to fill a prescription.

In addition to primary and urgent care services, Halo Health’s medical team can create customized wellness care programs for employees and their families, like weight loss advice or stress management, allowing them to take control of their health.

“We believe in thinking differently about how health care is delivered to you, improving your access to your doctor, making it more convenient for you,” said Dr. Dan. “With Halo Health, you are not a number — you are part of our family. We will always be available and accessible to you, whether it is by phone, telehealth visit, or coming to your home or office in person to see you.”

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