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Everyone Saves Money When Smokers Kick The Habit

Scores of hospitals throughout New Jersey are in the process of going entirely smoke-free. This includes outdoor areas, parking lots and entire health facility campuses. Designated smoking areas will be discontinued and people will be prohibited from lighting up, even in parked cars. While this move is long overdue, smokers need more than just a ban to help them quit. Simply forbidding people from smoking during work hours is not enough. Legislators and employers alike should realize not only the health implications, but the notable economic benefits of helping people fight their addiction to cigarettes.

In fact, smoking cessation should have a high priority in this time of grave economic distress and health-care reform. The smoking habit is expensive and not just to the addict handing over cash to buy discount cigarettes and other cigarettes products. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates tobacco use costs the U.S. economy $193 billion annually, after taking into account medical expenses and money lost due to lower productivity caused by absenteeism. (The estimate doesn't capture the productivity lost when workers take breaks repeatedly during the day to light up.)

According to the CDC, employers spend an extra $3,856 a year for every smoking employee and, in New Jersey, the government estimates that at least 17 percent of adults smoke statewide. With our local and national economies in crisis, and budgets stretched beyond their limits, it is imperative that health-care reform includes preventive care coverage and programs that, over time, save money and lives.

It is during difficult times such as these that stress-related smoking increases while smoking awareness programs are being cut or eliminated altogether. The experience of Oklahoma, with its state tobacco cessation program, makes a strong case for why government and large employers must help smokers quit. It makes financial sense.

Oklahoma began offering state employees a new insurance benefit that provides more tobacco cessation assistance. An estimated 570 workers have successfully quit and its department of health estimates the state has saved $2.2 million, or $3,800 per quitter, through reduced health-care costs and increased employee productivity. The savings represent a sixfold return on the state's investment in the program.

Providing access to care, including support groups, smoking cessation medications and education, is how the state is helping to save lives and achieve a substantial return on its investment. This could greatly benefit New Jersey, which is in the midst of a budget crisis. People need to do whatever it takes to quit, whether it's attending a support group or counseling, taking an FDA-approved medication or changing their lifestyle. This means insurance companies, large employers and government should weigh the long-term cost savings and provide proper access to any and all treatments available.

The harsh fact is cigarette smoking will claim the lives of 443,000 people this year, representing the No. 1 form of preventable death in the United States today. This comprises more than one-third of all cancer deaths; indeed, one in every five deaths in New Jersey this year will be smoking-related. Since we know the addiction is deadly and insidious, we should provide the smoker with alternatives and assistance to fight their habit.

When the American Medical Association recognized alcoholism as a genuine disease and health-care insurance started covering treatments, alcoholics began to recover at higher rates, creating a better quality of life for them and their families. We must treat smoking with the same earnestness and not limit access to medications in state Medicaid programs or employer health plans.

We need a unified effort from all sectors to prevent pain and suffering, increase productivity, save tax dollars and most importantly, save lives. We can make an impact, if everyone realizes the upside to prevention and to giving access to all available treatments.

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