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Corporate Medical Services: Administration Excellence

ID: PHR-208


Features:

5 Info Graphics

51 Data Graphics

38 Metrics


Pages: 75


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: Shipped


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
  • KEY FINDINGS
  • VIEW TOC AND LIST OF EXHIBITS
Effective management of corporate medical services programs is essential to maintaining low costs. Companies across various industries can use this information to evaluate the effectiveness of their corporate medical services and occupational medical programs in order to minimize the costs of these programs. Key topics in this presentation include:
  • Cost of Medical Services per employee supported
  • Scope of onsite clinical services, employee wellness services, and drug testing
  • Use and cost of external medical staff versus internal medical staff
  • Volume of patient visits per employee

This 75 slide presentation is the result of a client-driven Best Practices, LLC research project. It was based on an in-depth survey of medical executives with companies across a variety of industries.

Industries Profiled:
Aerospace; Banking; Utilities; Energy; Manufacturing; Pharmaceutical; High Tech; Financial Services; Chemical; Automobile; Consumer Products; Health Care; Telecommunications


Companies Profiled:
Boeing; DTE Energy; Bombardier Aerospace; Osram Sylvania; Bristol-Myers Squibb; U.S. Steel; Carrier Corp.; Cisco Systems; CUNA Mutual; Dow Chemical; Duke Power; Emerson Electric; General Motors; International Paper; KimberlyClark; Lucent Technologies; Motorola; Pitney Bowes; Pratt & Whitney; Raytheon; Rockwell Automation


Key Findings

The total cost of Medical Services per employee served averaged $125, and $88 at the top quartile
  • Overall, 43% of staff budgets are devoted to contract staff
  • On average, companies handle just over one patient visit each year for every employee supported by Medical Services
  • Over a third of companies use TPAs to run their drug testing programs
  • 71% use external staff for some or all of their medical services program activities
  • No direct correlation was found between spending for external staff and the cost of Medical Services per employee supported
Table of Contents

Introduction
  • Key Findings and Metrics
  • About the Benchmark Class
  • Medical Services Benchmarks
- Program Scope
- Cost Factors and Ratios
- Use of External Staff
  • About On-site Clinics
  • About Other Medical Services Programs
  • Next Steps

List of Charts & Exhibits

Number of Employees Supported
  • Frequency of Offered Programs
  • Total Staff Cost per Employee
  • Number of Employees per Medical Services FTE
  • Impact of the Number of Clinic Services
  • Clinic Productivity per FTE
  • External Staff Cost and Use
  • Frequency of Offered Clinic Services
  • Occupational Health Exams
  • Drug Testing Type, Frequency, and Staff Size
  • EAP Structure
  • Employees per On-site Counselor
  • International Health Program Scope
  • Post-Offer Screening Impact
  • Wellness Program Offerings