Impact of worksite health promotion on health care costs and utilization. Evaluation of Johnson & Johnson's Live for Life program.

@article{Bly1986ImpactOW,
  title={Impact of worksite health promotion on health care costs and utilization. Evaluation of Johnson & Johnson's Live for Life program.},
  author={J L Bly and Raymund C Jones and Joel E. Richardson},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1986},
  volume={256 23},
  pages={3235-40}
}
This study explores the relationship between exposure to a comprehensive worksite health promotion program and health care costs and utilization. The experience of two groups of Johnson & Johnson employees (N = 5192 and N = 3259) exposed to Live for Life, a comprehensive program of health screens, life-style improvement programs, and worksite changes to support healthier life-styles, was compared with that of a control group (N = 2955) over a five-year period. To account for baseline… CONTINUE READING

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