Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Performance Benchmarks

Cigarette smoking continues to be the leading cause of preventable
morbidity and mortality in the United States, reports the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services. CDC data indicates that cigarette-smoking
related healthcare expenditures in 2008 in the United States totaled
nearly $96 million, and that the employer bears a cost of $3,391 per
smoking employee per year, including $1,760 in lost productivity and
$1,623 in excess medical expenditures.

2011 Benchmarks in Tobacco Cessation and Prevention takes a
comprehensive look at efforts by the healthcare industry to short-circuit
smoking and related behaviors, based on recent market research by the
Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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2011 Benchmarks in Tobacco Cessation and Prevention

HIN's market research found that smoking cessation
is one of the top five disease management efforts
for which financial and benefit-based incentives
are offered.

This 25-page special report documents the efforts
of more than 80 companies to curb and prevent
tobacco use, compiled from responses to a 2010
survey on this topic. It provides data on the
following tobacco prevention and cessation trends:

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