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A healthy economy requires healthy enterprises. In turn, an enterprise stands and falls with the health, i.e. efficiency and commitment of its most important creation of value factor, the employee.
Directly visible or also invisible time missed by temporary losses or chronic duration illnesses, high fluctuation, poor motivation, poor creativity and service quality, missing emotional tie with the enterprise or inner notice weaken not only the competition ability and the stock of an enterprise, but charge the national economy and the health system altogether.
According to model calculations by the Federal Institute of Maintenance of Industrial Health and Safety Standards from the year 1998, enterprises in Germany spend about 28.4 billion euros per annum for employees fallen ill directly. The damage by a direct illness conditional production loss is estimated at about 45 billion euros per annum.
The complete economic damage among others due to high time missed, low motivation, productivity, etc. amount to a valued sum for the federal territory between 234 and 245 billion euros per annum.
Tailormade interventions to the worksite health promotion support companies to maintain and to promote the health, i.e. efficiency and performance readiness of their employees, to lower direct and indirect time missed and therefore illness costs. Among others, Heuchert et al. point at a prevention potential not exhausted until now.
The health insurance companies can carry out measures of the operational health support completing the maintenance of industrial health and safety standards. So the legal order of the health insurance companies in the context of the Code of Social Law to take up and to realize interventions, which contains a high potential for enterprises.
In accordance with a study of the federal ministry for health and social affairs (BMGS), about 45% of the legally scheduled budget was used for health support by health insurance companies in the year 2002. The judging size provided by the year 2002 amounted to Euro 2.56 per annum, Euro 1.19 per insured was spent in the year 2002, according to the study. Current data from the year 2005 were not published yet.
The operational health support has developed further within the last three years. However, it is assumed that the health potential lying in § 20 SGB V is neither exhausted by health insurance companies nor enterprises on a full scale yet.
¿The topic seems rather unimportant at first sight; it is worthwhile on the second look despite this comparatively small size of the expenditure to watch and to form the topic ¿prevention by health insurance companies¿ with special attention. Why? This is worthwhile because although the first and right step is very very timid, it is just done to one SGB V in that direction in which success or failure of a future ¿health¿ politics which earns this name will make up its mind. The way of 1,000 miles starts with a first step¿.
Aim of the master thesis on hand therefore is to receive an insight into the current realization and previous development of the operational health support in the context of a site regulation and for the practical realization, to find out beneficial as well as inconvenient factors. The prospects shall be included and compared comparatively both by enterprises and by health insurances. A broader aim of the study is taken up to find out to which extent the possibilities of the operational health support are known to the enterprises and whether the currently available prevention offers show the actual need currently as well as for the future.
From this, concrete action recommendations for further positive development of the operational health support shall be derived in the future.
Since this study is a practice oriented empirical work, theoretical background is outlined only briefly. In the theoretical part, the prevention oriented regulations and possibilities of the operational health support in the § 20 SGB V are represented briefly before the contents of SGB V will be presented.
For the current realization, the questions which shall be examined in the empirical part following on this are derived from the data on hand.
To this, methodology and execution of data collection and analysis are explained at first. The results of the interview are introduced and discussed in this connection. Concrete action recommendations for the further positive development and practical realization of the operational health support are derived from it for the future.
Table of Contents:
1.Bases of the Worksite Health Promotion8
1.1Importance of the Worksite Health Promotion8
1.2Changes in Working Conditions9
1.3Business Economic Aspect9
1.4People and World Economic Aspect11
2.Legal Framework of the Worksite Health Promotion12
2.1Prevention Oriented Regulations in the § 20 SGB V13
2.2Prevention as a Legal Order and Task of Health Insurances13
2.3Development of the § 20 SGB V in the Course of Time14
2.3.1Health Support according to the Health Reform Law 1989-1996 14
2.3.2Restrictions by the Contribution Relief Law 1997-199914
2.3.3Modified new Beginning as of 2000 by the ¿GKV Health Reform¿15
2.4Free Choice of Health Insurance Companies15
2.5Common Action Fields of Health Insurance Companies16
2.6Previous Realization of the § 20 SGB V17
3.Specification of the Question18
4.3.1Construction of the Interview Guide21
4.3.2Aims of the concrete Questions of the Interview Guide22
188.8.131.52Corresponding Questions for Health Insurances and Companies 22
184.108.40.206Questions differing from it for Companies25
4.4Selection of the Examination Collective26
4.5Planning of the Examination26
4.6Execution of the Examination26
4.7Refurbishing, Analysis and Representation of the Data28
5.Representation of the Results29
5.1.2Importance of the Worksite Health Promotion31
5.1.3Development of the Worksite Health Promotion since 200033
5.1.5Possibilities for Companies36
5.1.6Practical Realization of the Worksite Health Promotion38
5.1.7Inconvenient Factors from View of Health Insurances40
5.1.8Beneficial Factors from View of Health Insurances43
5.1.9Need for the Future from View of Health Insurances46
5.2.2Importance of the Worksite Health Promotion48
5.2.3Development of the Worksite Health Promotion since 200049
5.2.5Information on the Possibilities for Companies51
5.2.6Practical Realization of the Worksite Health Promotion52
5.2.7Inconvenient Factors from View of Companies54
5.2.8Beneficial Factors from View of Companies56
5.2.9Need for the Future from View of Companies58
6.1Interpretation of the Results59
6.1.1Importance of the Worksite Health Promotion59
6.1.2Development of the Worksite Health Promotion since 200061
6.1.4Possibilities of the § 20 SGB V63
6.1.5Information on the Possibilities of the § 20 SGB V64
6.1.6Practical Realization of the Worksite Health Promotion64
6.1.7Beneficial Factors for Worksite Health Promotion65
6.1.8Need for the Future67
6.2Action Recommendations for the Practice67
6.2.2Importance of the Worksite Health Promotion67
6.2.3Concept and Definition of the Worksite Health Promotion68
6.2.6Development of the Worksite Health Promotion68
6.2.8Legal Framework Conditions69
6.2.9Practical Realization of the Worksite Health Promotion70
6.2.10Need for the Future70
6.3Incorporation into the current Research Context71
6.4Further Examination Recommendations71
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