2008 DMEC Behavioral Risk Survey and White Paper

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The goal of this survey was to examine employer strategies, advancement, prevalence, and effectiveness in the area of Behavioral Risk Management. This white paper represents the findings from two surveys: one that was conducted with employer members from the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) as a follow up to a survey conducted in 2006; and another first-time survey of employer members of the Partnership for Workplace Mental Health, a program of the American Psychiatric Foundation (APA).

Responses indicate that behavioral risk management continues to be of importance. Key stakeholders are embracing and moving the concept forward, yet more metrics, resources and research are needed to support the effectiveness of this best-practice area.

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