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Products & Services Human Resources HR Strategy and Structure

Driving Corporate Medical Services and Occupational Medical Program Effectiveness

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Pages/Slides: 75


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
  • STUDY SNAPSHOT
  • KEY FINDINGS
  • SPECIAL OFFER
In today's economy, maintaining low costs is essential to the business function. Effective administration of Corporate Medical Services is extremely important to lower costs and increase the productivity of Medical Services Directors. Companies across various industries can use the information in this study to evaluate the effectiveness of their corporate medical services and occupational medical programs in order to minimize their cost.

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


Study Snapshot

This 75 slide presentation is based on an in-depth survey of medical executives across various industries. The study was conducted by Best Practices, LLC.

Key topics include:
  • Occupational health policy
  • Post-offer medical screening
  • Medical policy administration
  • Electronic medical records
  • Employee wellness

Sample Key Findings

The total cost of Medical Services per employee served averaged $125 for the benchmark class, and $88 at the top quartile.
  • On average, companies handle just over one patient visit each year for every employee supported by Medical Services.
  • 71% of benchmarked partners use external staff for some or all of their medical services program activities.

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