Cancer is a major cost driver for employers and a key concern in many employee populations.
Do you know how to assess quality and value, and ensure that you and your employees are getting the best outcomes from the cancer care you purchase?
We produce new guidance on cancer nearly every year, and our most recent work focuses on delivering value in cancer care.
Take a look at our December 2020 guide!
Cancer Survivorship: Challenges and Opportunities for Employers
More than one in three people are diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes, including a growing number of millennials. Survivors – both patients and those around them – face workplace challenges, including physical, mental, and those related to work and quality of life.
Delivering Value in Cancer Care: The Employer Perspective
When one of your employees – or a family member – is diagnosed with cancer, you want to provide the best possible care and support. And you want to obtain the highest value from the benefits and programs you pay for. Find out more in our new guide!
Genomic Medicine and Employers: Separating the Hope from the Hype
What is genomic medicine? How is it being used to improve health outcomes? What do employers need to know?
Our new guide will introduce you to this fascinating topic!
Improving the Cancer Patient Experience: Putting Employees at the Center of Your Cancer Benefits Strategy
Cancer strikes millions of Americans and touches many lives. When an employee or an employee’s family member is diagnosed with cancer, your benefits department will play a critical support role. This guide will help you develop a more employee-centric approach for supporting employees and their families once a cancer diagnosis has been made.
High Value Cancer Care: Guidance for Employers
NEBGH’s report is based on interviews with cancer experts and employer benefits professionals, and a May 2016 workshop attended by 48 stakeholders – employer benefits professionals, oncology experts, care providers and health plan executives. It notes that healthcare in general in the U.S. is moving from a primarily volume-based, fee-for-service system to one in which value is central, and as a result, the cancer care landscape is also undergoing significant changes ranging from new options for better navigation and coordination of care, and more personalized and precision-based treatments, to new payment models like bundles and total cost of care.
Employers and Cancer Care Quality: A Closer Look
Employers play a role in the cancer care ecosystem. This report demystifies cancer care quality and documents how it is being defined. Find employer resources for building a top quality employer cancer care program and see how you measure up to other NEBGH employers by examining survey results about cancer care benefits, programs and policies.
12/9 - At Work with Cancer
Rachael K. McCann
Senior Director, Health & Benefits, NA Inclusion & Diversity Leader, Willis Towers Watson
Chief Executive Officer, CancerCare
Director, Employee Benefits, Pfizer Inc.
Dr. Mark Cunningham-Hill
Medical Director, NEBGH
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