Who assesses how well a drug works and the economic value that represents for patients? How is the clinical effectiveness of a drug for a certain condition assessed vs. its competitors - and a “fair price” established?
The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) is an independent, nonprofit watchdog on drug pricing.
You’ve asked about ICER – now find out!
The gig economy is exploding and more employers than ever are relying on independent contractors as an important part of their workforce.
Is anything new or different when it comes to pitfalls on employer-provided benefits for these gig workers?
…and we’ll answer your questions!
Google is one of many companies that have brought Mental Health First Aid at Work to its workforce.
Now you have the opportunity to get your team trained in this evidence-based approach if you are a NEBGH member company with employees based in NYC.
And through a partnership between NEBGH and Thrive NYC, you can do it free of charge! You can train 10 people, 100, 1,000 or more – at a savings of $150 per person.
Mental Health First Aid at Work is a 6-to-8-hour course that gives you and other managers in your company real tools for dealing with employees who have mental health or substance abuse issues – including those at risk for suicide.
The course trains you and your team how to:
Join global physician executive Raymond Fabius, MD and other wellness leaders for dinner, drinks and a brief presentation about a practical approach for implementing population health management strategies, followed by a roundtable discussion.
Learn about what other employers are doing in a relaxed setting – great conversation, great wine and great food!
Registration is limited and on a first-come-first-served basis.
Let Sandi Stein help you take the work out of dressing for work!
Join NEBGH at this fun summer event for drinks, hors d’oeuvres and great conversation