You can review a copy of publications from this study by pressing on the title(s) below.
- Depression Care Management: Can Employers Purchase Improved Outcomes?
- Do Employers Know the Quality of Health Care Benefits They Provide? Use of HEDIS Depression Scores for Health Plans
- Employer Purchasing of Depression Management Products Before and After Implementation of the Affordable Care Act
- Employer, Purchasing Group, and Vendor Characteristics Associated with Depression Product Purchasing Behavior
- Firm Characteristics Associated with Organizational Support for Risk-Taking in Providing Employee Health Benefits
- Intervention Impact on Employer Influence in Depression Product Discussions
- Intervention Impact on Depression Product Appraisal and Purchasing Behavior by Employers: A Randomized Trial
- Marketing Depression Care Management to Employers: Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial
- Peer Influence on Change in Employer Appraisal of Depression Care Management Products
- Purchaser Preferences in Strategies to Improve Depression Treatment
- The Potential for Brokers to Market Depression Products to Employers as Health Plan Add-Ons
- Understanding the "Black Box" of Employer Decisions about Health Insurance Benefits: The Case of Depression Products
- Work Productivity Loss from Depression: Evidence from an Employer Survey
Depression can have a debilitating effect on the productivity and morale in the workforce... but it can be successfully treated.