Medical cost savings for participants and nonparticipants in health risk assessments, lifestyle management, disease management, depression management, and nurseline in a large financial services corporation.

@article{Serxner2012MedicalCS,
  title={Medical cost savings for participants and nonparticipants in health risk assessments, lifestyle management, disease management, depression management, and nurseline in a large financial services corporation.},
  author={Seth A. Serxner and Angela Alberti and Sarah L Weinberger},
  journal={American journal of health promotion : AJHP},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={245-52}
}
PURPOSE To compare changes in medical costs between participants and nonparticipants in five different health and productivity management (HPM) programs. DESIGN Quasi-experimental pre/post intervention study. SETTING A large financial services corporation. SUBJECTS A cohort population of employees enrolled in medical plans (n  =  49,723) [corrected]. INTERVENTION A comprehensive HPM program, which addressed health risks, acute and chronic conditions, and psychosocial disorders from 2005… CONTINUE READING