NEBGH Healthy People 2030 Champion

Big news! The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion has recognized NEBGH as a Healthy People 2030 Champion for our work to improve health and well-being!

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Upcoming Events

June 27
NEBGH Members only, Webinar NEBGH Medical Director’s Weekly Monday COVID-19 Update

Here’s a fast and easy way to understand what the newest info on the pandemic means for you and your employees.

From infection risk and safety measures to the outlook for vaccines and treatments, NEBGH’s medical director breaks it all down for you.

Each Monday at 1 PM – it’s appointment viewing!

July 11
NEBGH Members only NEBGH Medical Director’s Monday COVID-19 Update: Special Long COVID Edition

Millions of Americans have long COVID according to an extensive study of privately-insured patients by FAIR Health, with many implications for employers over the months and years to come.

FAIR Health’s President Robin Gelburd  joins Dr. Mark to talk about who’s at greatest risk, the most common symptoms and the potential impact on patients, families and workplaces.

July 20
NEBGH Members only, Webinar Social Determinants of Health and Your Employees: What You Can Do To Help

Most organizations – regardless of industry – have employees that struggle with health-related social needs. 

Understanding how SDOH affects your employees – and what you can do to help – is essential to your overall health and well-being strategy.  It’s also an important part of DE&I!

Learn what steps you can take now to make an impact – including looking at your data and creating a culture that supports all employees.

Featured Event

NEBGH’s Latest Guide

Obesity, Diabetes and Racial Health Equity: What Employers Can Do

BIPOC employees are disproportionately affected by obesity and diabetes, and poor outcomes resulting from these diseases.

You can help by ensuring that all of your employees have equitable access to high-quality treatment.

Find out more in NEBGH’s just-released guide Obesity, Diabetes and Racial Health Equity:  What Employers Can Do.