The articles in this special section examine opportunities for early intervention that is intended to retain the jobs of workers who have medical conditions that could put them at risk of prolonged work disability.
Related Publications for Targeting Early Interventions to Help Workers with Medical Conditions Keep Their Jobs
Opportunities for Early Intervention to Avoid Prolonged Work Disability: Introduction to the Special SectionDec 01, 2018
Employers’ Perspectives on Accommodating and Retaining Employees with Newly Acquired Disabilities: An Exploratory StudyDec 01, 2018
his qualitative study examines factors that influence employers’ efforts to provide accommodations to, and ultimately retain, workers with newly acquired disabilities.
Early Identification of Potential SSDI Entrants in California: The Predictive Value of State Disability Insurance and Workers’ Compensation ClaimsDec 01, 2018
We examine the potential for using information in short-term disability claims to identify workers at high risk of leaving the workforce and entering Social Security Disability Insurance.
Benefit Duration and Return to Work Outcomes in Short Term Disability Insurance Programs: Evidence from Rhode Island's Temporary Disability Insurance ProgramDec 01, 2018
Findings suggest that STDI claimants with certain characteristics are more likely to receive benefits for a long duration or not receive PRTW benefits, signaling that they might benefit from early Vocational Rehabilitation supports and services that would allow them to remain productive members of the...
Using Predictive Analytics for Early Identification of Short-Term Disability Claimants Who Exhaust Their BenefitsDec 01, 2018
Early interventions can help short-term disability insurance (STDI) claimants return to work following onset of an off-the-job medical condition.