The way we live has changed, and health, work and wellbeing will never be the same.
What will it take for us – and our employees – to embrace this new world, and to flourish? How can we capitalize on all we’ve learned during the last two years to create a new paradigm for benefits leadership?
From virtual care strategies, care navigation and diverse networks to new approaches to engagement and emotional wellbeing, employers and experts will help you deliver innovative solutions and collaborate with partners in your organization to promote a connected, committed workforce.
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!
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.
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.
Why is diabetes more difficult to control for lower-wage workers?
And what’s the link between diabetes and COVID-19?
Why are minority groups experiencing more complications – and deaths – from COVID-19?
Learn what actions you can take to support lower-income employees at risk for diabetes and COVID-19 complications.
A conversation with NEBGH Medical Director Dr. Mark Cunningham-Hill.
Employees and their families are going through a lot right now. The aftermath in terms of mental health issues will be significant.
Join us as we explore how the deaths of colleagues, friends and family members, fears of infection and mortality - and the loss of daily life as we’ve known it - is affecting us. Hear how COVID-19 social distancing may increase risk for prolonged grief, and the evidence base for this condition and other stress and trauma related symptoms.
What help and resources will be most helpful to employees now and in the months to come?
NEBGH’s Medical Director talks with Dr. Naomi Simon, Director of the Anxiety and Complicated Grief Program at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, who also recently led a work group on COVID-19 death and dying exposures within the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Disaster Committee.
Employee wellness is critical to recovering from the worst of the current pandemic and preparing for the next one.
Reliance on healthcare and health systems is not enough – individuals, businesses and healthcare stakeholders all need to come together to address the challenges we face.
Dr. Batman shares his thoughts on what employers need to do now.
Join Epstein Becker Green’s healthcare and employment law experts Susan Gross Sholinsky and Gretchen Harders for the latest on legal and regulatory changes that affect you.
What does the COVID-19 CARES Act mean for you, your employees and your health plans?
What else is happening that you need to be aware of?
Get the latest – and send us your questions!
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:
…and how employers are adapting to caregiving in the coronavirus era.