This research tracks the experience of more than 770 employers in planning and implementing 15 diverse health and productivity management (HPM) initiatives—ranging from education to prevention to postcondition management. It also examines the extent to which employers extend these practices across occupational and nonoccupational benefits lines. We found that
almost two in three employers are engaged in one or more HPM practices. On average, employers with HPM include six to eight practices in their programs, depending on employer size. Most practices extend across individual benefits lines, and satisfaction with HPM runs fairly high.
IBI partnered with LRP Publications in this research.