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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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Healthy Worksite Initiative for Employees of the State of Washington

Richard Nevins, MD;1 Scott Pritchard, MS;2 Kathleen Clark, MS, RD, CDE;3 Sara Eve SarLicker, MPH4

1 Chief Clinical Officer & VP Research & Development, Institute for Health and Productivity Management
2 Director, Integrated Employee Health & Productivity, Health Care Authority, State of Washington
3 Project Manager, Integrated Employee Health & Productivity, Health Care Authority, State of Washington
4 Health Program Specialist, Integrated Employee Health & Productivity, Health Care Authority, State of Washington

 

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2. Aldana SG, Pronk NP. Health promotion programs, modifiable health risks, and employee absenteeism. J Occup Environ Med. 2001;43(1):36–46.

3. Goetzel RZ, Long SR, Ozminkowski RJ, et al. Health, absence, disability, and presenteeism cost estimates of certain physical and mental health conditions affecting U.S. employers. J Occup Environ Med. 2004;46(4):398–412.

4. Wright DW, Beard MJ, Edington DW. Association of health risks with the cost of time away from work. J Occup Environ Med. 2002;44(12):1126–1134.

5. Colditz GA. Economic costs of obesity and inactivity. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1999;31(11 Suppl):S663–S667.

6. Hodgson TA, Cai L. Medical care expenditures for hypertension, its complications and its comorbidities. Med Care. 2001;39(6):599–615.

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9. Institutes of Health, Third report of the National Cholesterol Education Program Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults (Adult Treatment Panel III). Executive Summary. Bethesda, MD, National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, 2001 (NIH publ. No. 01-3670).

10. Pelletier K. A review and analysis of the health and cost-effective outcome studies of comprehensive health promotion and disease prevention programs at the worksite: 1991–1993 update. Am J Health Promo. 1993;8:43–49.

11.  Leutzinger J, Pirner M, Landschulz W, Nevins RL, Sullivan S, Silberman C. Metabolic syndrome and
worksite health promotion. The Art of Health Promotion. 2006;1-11.

12.  Nevins R, Leutzinger J, Healthy Worksite Initiative for Employees of the State of Washington. Journal of      Health  Productivity,. 2009: 10-20

13.  Daniel, DM, Norman J, Davis C, Hindmarsh MF, McCulloch DK, et al. A state-level application of the Chronic  Illness Breakthrough series: results from two collaborative on diabetes in Washington State.  Jt Comm J Quality Saf 2004;30 (2): 69-79

14.  MacColl  Institute, Chronic Care Model for Improving Chronic Illness Care , www.improvingchroniccare.

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