News You Can Use! COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The COVID-19 situation across New York City and the United States continues to evolve and we at NEBGH want to support you during this uncertain time. Check out the latest on the COVID-19 outbreak and what you – and your employees – need to know.

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Upcoming Events

April 7
NEBGH Members only, Webinar Caregiving in the Coronavirus Era: Help for Employees

Employees bearing the burden of caring for an ill or elderly family member are facing more challenges than ever before.  “Social distancing,” barriers to travel and working at home – especially while also caring for children – complicate matters exponentially.

News Corp’s Marco Diaz talks with Wellthy’s Eileen Roach about caregiving challenges and opportunities in these areas:

  • Legal
  • Financial
  • Housing
  • Medical
  • In-home Care
  • Social and Mental

…and how employers are adapting to caregiving in the coronavirus era.

April 13
NEBGH Members only, Webinar NEBGH’s Medical Director Weekly Monday COVID-19 Update: COVID-19 and Return to Work

Mount Sinai's Dr. Lindsay Jubelt joins NEBGH's Dr. Mark Cunningham-Hill for a discussion on return to work in the Coronavirus era:

Issues for employers include:

  • Medical Clearance for Return to Work
  • Tested Positive or Presumed Positive
  • Minimum Days Off
  • Days Free of Symptoms
  • Testing and Testing Availability

Join our extended Monday session!

Featured Event

Diabetes and Lower-Wage Workers

Download NEBGH's Newest Report!

More than 30 million Americans – roughly one in 10 – have diabetes, making it one of the most prevalent diseases in the U.S.  Studies show the cost of diagnosed diabetes has reached $327 billion annually, with health costs for individuals with diabetes more than twice those without. Low socioeconomic status doubles the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, which is more common among racial and ethnic minorities and people who are less educated, and more likely those who are lower-wage earners.

Download our new guide Diabetes and Lower-Wage Workers which will show you how to address the health care needs of lower-wage workers with diabetes and the rising costs associated with them.