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Title: Beyond Opioids
Beyond Opioids by Bruce Shutan.pdf  (691.24 kB)  article
Other Titles: EAPs, clinical resources and benefit design plan design, along with the right corporate culture. can help self-insured employers manage a host of addictions across group medical and work comp
Authors: Shutan, Bruce
Date: 2017-12
Publisher: The Self-Insurance Institute of America
Citation: Shutan, B. (2017, December). Beyond Opioids. The Self-Insurer, 4-10.
Abstract: The nation’s opioid epidemic is so dire that it is supplanting concern about chronic diseases, cancer and other addictive behaviors such as smoking, warn industry observers and government of officials alike. It’s also decimating the group medical, behavioral health and workers’ compensation areas for self- insured employers, not to mention undermining talent management.
Subject Keywords: benefit plan design
self-insured employer
behavioral health
Opioids
Corporate culture
Employee assistance programs
Workers' compensation
Insurance, Health
Insurance Benefits
Description: This article was originally published in the Self-Insurer, December 2017.
Type: Article
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