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Cost-effectiveness and preventive implications of employee assistance programs
Terry C Blum
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment in Rockville, MD (5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville 20857)
Written in English
|Other titles||Cost effectiveness and preventive implications of employee assistance programs|
|Statement||Terry C. Blum, Paul M. Roman|
|Series||DHHS publication -- no. (SMA) 95-3053|
|Contributions||Roman, Paul M, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 45 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
The author of more than sixty-five articles and book chapters on hospital costs, health service use, and cost-effectiveness analysis, he has a doctorate in Cited by: Potential actions include • health care providers’ standards of practice including routine screening of body mass index (BMI), counseling, and behavioral interventions for children, adolescents, and adults to improve physical activity behaviors and dietary choices; • medical schools, nursing schools, physician assistant schools, and other relevant health professional training programs.
worksite program into the worksite’s organizational structure; (4) linkage to related programs, such as employee assistance programs and programs to help employees balance work and family; and (5) worksite screening programs, ideally linked to medical care to ensure follow-up and appropriate treatment as necessary Prevalence of and. In order to assess the cost-effectiveness of prevention, the cost of the preventive measure, savings from avoiding morbidity, and the cost from extending the lifespan need to be considered.  Life extension costs become smaller when accounting for savings from postponing the last year of life,  which makes up a large fraction of lifetime.
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES iblic Health Service Jbstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 3nter for Substance. The Workplace and Alcohol Problem Prevention Paul M. Roman, Ph.D., and Terry C.
Blum, Ph.D. Paul M. Roman, Ph.D., is a distinguished research professor of sociology and director of the Center for Research on Behavioral Health and Human Services Delivery, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
The implications of this alarming evidence are not lost on some employ- Employee Assistance Programs have a long history of supporting employees. Cost-Effectiveness and Preventive Author: Mark Attridge. An Employee Assistance Program hones an organization's effectiveness and simultaneously helps employees operate at peak performance.
Companies are realizing hard savings well beyond their investments, making an EAP a self-generating corporate asset. Cost-effectiveness and preventive implications of Employee Assistance Programs. Attridge, M.
Employee Assistance Programs: A research-based primer. In J.C. Quick, C. Cooper, & M. Schbracq (Eds.), The Handbook of Work and Health Psychology, 3rd Edition (pp. New York: Wiley. Attridge, M.
Resources for employers interested in employee assistance programs: A summary of “EASNA’s Purchaser’s Guide and. Cost-Effectiveness and Preventive Implications of Employee Assistance Programs. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Conlin, P., Amaral, T.M. & Harlow, K. The value of EAP case management. Bennett-Attridge Annotated Bibliography on Making the Business Case for EAP. A central focus of the debate on U.S. health care reform is using "comparative effectiveness research" to identify which health care services work best for which patients and under what.
Cost-Effectiveness and Preventive Implications of Employee Assistance Programs. Rockville, Md: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for.
technology. Presented at the Employee Assistance Professionals Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA. CORETECH TODAY – EMPLOYEE WORK PERFORMANCE Attridge, M. (November ). Measuring Employee Productivity, Presenteeism and Absenteeism: Implications for EAP Outcomes Research.
Presented at Employee Assistance. Welfare programs are government subsidies for low-income families and individuals. Recipients must prove their income falls below a target, which is some percentage of the federal povertythe poverty level for a family of four was $25, The Integration of Employee Assistance, Work-Life and Wellness Services.
Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Press. Also co-published as Vol. 20 (1 and 2) of the Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. Blum, T., and P. Roman. Cost-Effectiveness and Preventive Implications of Employee Assistance Programs.
The total cost of health care, including premiums and out-of-pocket costs for employees and dependents, is estimated to average $14, per employee in. The cost effectiveness and preventive implications of employee assistance programs.
Washington, DC: Monograph No. 5 of the Center on Substance Abuse Prevention, US Department of Health and Human Services.
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DHHS Pub. (SMA) Rockville, MD: US Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Substance Abuse PreventionCited by: Chapter 1 provides an overview of what employee counselling means, its many faces, and looks briefly at the history of workplace counselling, in particular at this history in Britain.
Chapter 2 offers a review of counselling models used in workplace counselling. Implementing on-site testing in substance abuse treatment programs has some start-up costs and requires personnel who are able to provide supervision and training.
These requirements may be particularly challenging, however, because of the limited organizational and administrative infrastructures and high employee turnover that characterize Cited by: 1.
Greenberg and Grunberg further state that the cost-effectiveness and preventive implications of EAP, found negative associations between employee drinking behaviour and job autonomy and the individual’s job satisfaction. These negative associations included an increase in arriving late to work, absenteeism, workplace injuries and lack of Cited by: 4.
Case management for high-cost patients is offered by virtually all private insurers and many health management firms. Despite the proliferation of the service, little is known about the process of case management, how it varies among vendors, what its impact is on short- and long-run patient costs, and what its effects are on by: For example, multiple baseline designs might be employed to assess the progressive impact on employee performance of: (a) new management poli- cies concerning assistance services and guidelines, (b) the implementation of supervisory training programs, and/or (c) preventive employee education, and, fin- ally, the establishment of (d) a referral Cited by: Book (Softbound) Language: English: Country: United States of America: Annotation: These 10 papers examine the role and effectiveness of closed-circuit television (CCTV) and lighting upgrades in crime prevention in Great Britain and suggest the conditions needed for preventive effects to be achieved.