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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): The New Workplace "Epidemic"

Nature, Prevalence, Cost Impact & Management of COPD- Chan-Chou Chuang, MD -  HealthCare Partners Medical Group

Economic Burden of COPD on Employers - William Bunn, MD, JD, MPH - Navistar International

Using Pay-for-Performance to Improve COPD Care - Guy D’Andrea - Discern Consulting

Employers’ Perspective on COPD and HEDIS Measurement - William Tulloch - NCQA

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Wellness and Health Improvement:

Programs that Increase Engagement & Sustain Behavior Change

Trane:  Heidi Lattig, Director of Health & Productivity

Johnson & Johnson:

Fikry Isaac, MD, MPH - Exec. Dir., Global Health Services &

Jennifer Bruno - Worldwide Dir., Wellness & Health Promotion

Journal of Health and Productivity
Journal of Health and Productivity

 

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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 1 • October, 2006

The Association Between Self-reported Health Risks and Presenteeism
 
 
The Workplace Costs of Mood Disorders: Brining Bipolar Spectrum Disorder into the Equation
 
 
Increasing the Frequency of Diabetes Testing Among a Worksite Population
 
 
The Prerequisite Importance of Transparency in Judging the Potential Usefulness of Workplace Health Promotion Studies: Beyond 'Published in a Peer-ReviewED Journal' and 'Strength of Study Design Type'

VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1 • April, 2007

Viewpoint - Tobacco-Free Workplaces
 
Impact of a Heartburn and Ulcer Care Education Program on Employee Productivity and Medication Use
 
A Prescription for Appropriate Antibiotics Usage: Physicians and Pharmacists Collaborate Within a Workplace Health Center
 
Does Overtime Put Employees At Risk? The Evidence from a U.S. Heavy Manufacturer
 
Preliminary Trial on the Effectiveness of Early Intervention Manual Therapy in Reducing Costs of Presenteeism Due to Musculoskeletal Pain

VOLUME  2, NUMBER 2 • October, 2007

Medical and Work Loss Burden of Pre-dialysis Chronic Kidney Disease and Related Anemia: An Employer's Perspective
 
The Impact of Multiple Sclerosis on Patient Employment: A Review of the Medical Literature
 
Employer Initiatives to Support Smoking Cessation: Strategies for Success
 
Cost-Efficiency of Employee Influenza Vaccination: Strategies to Maximize Employer Benefit
VOLUME  3, NUMBER 1 • May, 2008
Validation of Employer-Focused Actuarial Model for Measuring the Economic Burden of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
   
Comparison of Worker Productivity and Resource Utilization Between Employees with Anemia of Pre-Dialysis Chronic Kidney Disease, Healthy Employees, and Those with Other Chronic Diseases
   
Comparative Models for Workplace-Centered Wellness
   
Improving Employee Follow-up Rates in Longitudinal Studies of Worksite Health Programs
VOLUME  3, NUMBER 2 • December, 2008

An Economic Model of the Expected Impact of an Employer-Sponsored Influenza Vaccination Program for Employees and their Household Members

   

Screening for Migraine in the Workplace

   

An Alarming Wake-Up Call: The Impact of Insomnia on Health and Productivity

   

Assessment of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS) and Risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in Railroad Workers

VOLUME  4, NUMBER 1 • July, 2009
Burden of Migraine in the Employer Setting
   
A Metabolic Health Initiative in the City of Phoenix
   
Measuring Productivity Loss to Reduce It
VOLUME  4, NUMBER 2 • December, 2009

Framework for Assessing the Financial Benefit of Wellness Programs

   

Obesity and its Metabolic Comorbidities in a Worksite: Prevalence and Economic Impact

   

A survey of employees’ knowledge and attitudes about cardiovascular health and their employers’ roles in employee health improvement: Implications for worksite engagement

VOLUME  5, NUMBER 1 • August, 2010
Change in Health Risks Associated with a Total Population Health Promotion Counseling Program in a Health Care System
   
Healthy Worksite Initiative for Employees of the State of Washington
   

Assessing the Burden of Illness and Lost Work Productivity Associated with Frequent Disease Flares among Patients with Ulcerative Colitis

   
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