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  • Even Small Employers Are Striking Out on Their Own. [Journal Article]
    Manag Care 2019; 28(6):34-36Greene J
  • Several factors are at work. Group health insurance got more expensive when the ACA mandated essential health benefits and no-cost preventive care. Some small companies dropped coverage altogether, but now they are coming back into the fold as the employment market has tightened up, say brokers. Starting fresh, they have a chance to consider self-insurance.
  • Feasibility of Family Group Conference to promote return-to-work of persons receiving work disability benefit. [Journal Article]
    Disabil Rehabil 2019; :1-10Brongers KA, Cornelius B, … Brouwer S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Family Group Conference seems a feasible intervention to promote return to work by clients on work disability benefit. Involvement of the social network may have added value to support the clients in this process. An effectiveness study to further develop and test Family Group Conferences is recommended. Implications for rehabilitation Family Group Conference may represent a promising approach to be used in activation strategies to enhance social inclusion and return to work of persons receiving disability benefits. Conventional supply-oriented activation services could be improved by providing the Family Group Conference to unemployed persons on disability benefit. Involvement of the social network may have added value for return to work of clients receiving work disability benefits.
  • Employee Perceptions About Public Health Agencies' Desired Involvement in Impacting Health Equity and Other Social Determinants of Health. [Journal Article]
    J Public Health Manag Pract 2019 Mar/Apr; 25 Suppl 2, Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey 2017:S124-S133Shah GH, Yin J, … Waterfield K
  • CONCLUSIONS: With increasing efforts to reduce health inequities and leverage SDoH for improved population health, gaps exist in the public health workforce's perceived desirability for their agencies to be involved in such efforts. These gaps exist among employees regardless of their demographic characteristics, length of tenure, or agency setting. Policy and practice initiatives aimed to improve health equity might benefit from our findings positing a need for education regarding SDoH and health equity. Our study findings imply the need for interventions for improving alignment between employee beliefs and organizational priorities for an effective transformation to Public Health 3.0. Fostering cross-sector partnerships with a focus on Health in All Policies (HiAP), SDoH, and health equity must be a high priority for public health agencies, which can be formalized through organizational strategic plans.
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