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An Employee-Centered Care Model Responds to the Triple Aim: Improving Employee Health



An Employee-Centered Care Model Responds to the Triple Aim: Improving Employee Health



Workplace Health and Safety 66(8): 373-383



Health care expenditures, patient satisfaction, and timely access to care will remain problematic if dramatic changes in health care delivery models are not developed and implemented. To combat this challenge, a Triple Aim approach is essential; Innovation in payment and health care delivery models is required. Using the Donabedian framework of structure, process, and outcome, this article describes a nurse-led employee-centered care model designed to improve consumers' health care experiences, improve employee health, and increase access to care while reducing health care costs for employees, age 18 and older, in a corporate environment.

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DOI: 10.1177/2165079917742663


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