Assignment: Hospital-centered violence intervention
Assignment: Hospital-centered violence intervention
umanan-Mendoza, Mendoza, Punzalan, Reganit, & Bacolcol (2015)
Violence-workplace Violence intervention (hospital- based)
Hospital-centered violence intervention
Savings of $4,100 for 100 individuals Average hospital costs postrecidivism (base case): $6,513 (range $1,996Y$100,000) Cost of VIP: $2,810 Average hospital costs postrecidivism with standard referrals: $18,722
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Chong et al. (2015)
Mean cost per patient: CAN$13,949Y$21,464
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Venous thromboembolism post op
Estimated extra cost per case in 2015: $17,367
Estimated extra hospitalization cost: $8000
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Wellness screening Flu vaccine, metabolic syndrome
Per Wellness Council of America: $100Y$150/employee/year to promote wellness Add another $300 per employee annually if incentives and health coaching are included
Note. ADE = Adverse Drug Event; ADHD = Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; AHRQ = Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality; COPD = Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ; ED = Emergency Department; Int$ = International US dollars; IP = Inpatient; NIH = National Institutes for Health; OP= Outpatient; ROI = return on investment.
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