Health and Productivity on the Workplace: the Relationship between Payer, Provider and Policy Maker in Oncology and Hematology
Call for Papers from the Journal of Health & Productivity (ISSN 2164-4373)
The Journal of Health & Productivity (JHP) published by InPress Media Group and Sunvalley Communication for the Institute for Health and Productivity (IHPM) publishes current research and debate on all aspects of employee health and productivity.
The Journal of Health & Productivity aims to be the leading multidisciplinary publication offering peer-reviewed high-quality original research and review articles with real relevance to payers, providers, policymakers, and employers. The Journal provides corporate decision-makers critically examined evidence applicable to their own issues concerning employee health and its impact on productivity.
Led by Editor-in-Chief William B. Bunn III, MD, JD, MPH, vice president of Health, Safety, Security and Productivity at Navistar International, the Journal?s Editorial Advisory Board of leading academic researchers and industry experts ensures that the publication is a must-read for researchers and practitioners concerned with the health and productivity of the workforce.
Reaching more than 12,000 senior executives via print and more than 9,500 electronically, the Journal of Health & Productivityheavily penetrates the market is serves, including corporate employee coalitions, business associations, health plans, providers and government agencies.
The Journal of Health & Productivity (JHP) publishes:
- Peer-reviewed research articles on all aspects of employee health and productivity;
- Practical advice via in-depth case studies, presenting simple practical solutions to employee health and productivity problems
- Real-life implications for the individual, the employer, and public health systems in general
- Policies, processes, systems and governance issues related to cost-effective health and productivity programs for employers.
Call for papers: Oncology & Hematology Special
The Journal of Health & Productivity (JHP) is planning to advance the Journal of Health & Productivityfurther by publishing special peer-reviewed issues addressing the topics relevant to the employer/payer and provider relationship in oncology and hematology.
Based on ongoing response from its members, the IHPM recognizes that there is an unfilled need for authoritative, peer-reviewed, information about health and productivity-related to oncology and hematology.
The Journal of Health & Productivity is seeking original work to facilitate understanding of the often divergent perspectives of payers, providers, policymakers, and employers, presenting relevant must-read information that will enhance decisions made by providers, payers, and policymakers.
The Journal of Health & Productivity will be addressing unique oncology and hematology topics relevant to executives concerned about the health and productivity of their employees.
The overall goal of the Journal is to improve employee healthcare in the oncology and hematology.
The editors of the Journal of Health & Productivityare seeking original research articles and informed commentary on the following topics:
- Cancer in the workplace: prevalence and economic impact
- Measuring the economic burden of cancer
- The impact of cancer and hematological disorders on workplace health and productivity
- The psychosocial impact of cancer and hematological disorders and the effect on employee productivity
- Lost productive time associated with cancer and hematological disorders
- Measuring outcomes and quality of care and the impact on employee productivity
- Cost of new therapeutic agents and impact on patients, employees, providers and employers
- Effects of innovative models of care, care delivery, and quality of care on employee health and productivity
- Effects of healthcare reform on cancer care ? and how this impacts employers and employees
- Methodologies for accountability of payers and providers in oncology/hematology and the effect on employers and employees
- Effect on employee health and productivity of health promotion and care delivery models in oncology/hematology:
- Improving the functional health of employees with cancer and their impact on total labor costs
- Impact of new economic models on oncology care and the effect on employee productivity
- Effects of healthcare reform on cancer care on employee health and productivity
- Impact of plan design on patient access to appropriate therapies
- The benefit of integrating evidence-based guidelines into practice on employee health and productivity
- An innovative collaboration between payers, providers, policy-makers and the effect on workplace health and productivity
- Advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and the impact on employee health and productivity
- Cancer survivorship, late treatment-related side effects (physical, psychosocial and cognitive abnormalities), and employee health and productivity
How to submit
Preference will be given to high-quality original research and review articles. Contributors are encouraged to report on current research, clarifying the practical implications on employee health and productivity of their work in order to increase understanding and provide a platform for further research and development.
All submitted papers will undergo the standard peer-review process required by the Journal of Health & Productivity. Due to space constraints, please limit the text to 4500 words and the graphic elements to a combined total of 6 tables and figures. Final decisions regarding inclusion in this special issue rest solely with the Editors.
Please send your manuscript to:
Peter Hofland, PhD
Publisher and Executive Editor Journal of Health & Productivity
Sunvalley Communication, LLC
4960 South Gilbert Road, Suite 1286
Chandler, AZ 85249