What we learned in 5 years of research on EAPs and behavioral health
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AbstractThis presentation offers highlights of a 5-year collaborative research project between Brandeis University's Institute for Behavioral Health, Harvard Medical School's Department of Health Care Policy, and MHN, Inc. a MBHC organization that provides stand-alone EAP, MBHC carve-out, and integrated products, funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (Contract #P50 DA010233). The research team undertook a series of studies looking at EAPs, managed behavioral healthcare and substance abuse treatment, including: A literature review of key issues and a proposed research agenda; A Survey of EAP users regarding perceptions and experiences of EAP services; Employer decisions about EAP design and services; Workplace stress, Organizational factors and EAP utilization; Integrated vs. MBHC benefits – Effect on access & utilization; Service Use patterns in Integrated & MBHC-only plans; Effect of EAPs on outpatient behavioral healthcare.
DescriptionEAPA Annual Conference presentation, undated.
SponsorsEmployee Assistance Professionals Association.
Employee assistance programs
Harvard Medical School. Department of Health Care Policy
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/8141
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