Thank you to all of our members and partners!

Your support makes our mission of "Empowering our members to drive excellence in health and achieve the highest value in healthcare delivery and the consumer experience" possible! Stay tuned for what we have in store for 2020!

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"NEBGH is one stop shopping for staff education and training, with no travel required! And the relationships I've built with other members outweigh the price of membership."
Shari Goldfarb, Deutsche Bank

Upcoming Events

March 4
Conference, NEBGH Members only Managing Specialty Pharmacy Costs

Specialty pharmacy often comprises 50-80% of your total drug spend. Cost for this important component of health benefits is clearly an issue, and how to manage it is a big challenge.  Don’t miss this event!

  • Hear about the big concerns employers have managing specialty pharmacy
  • Learn key strategies and best practices from your peers to ensure transparency and accountability
  • Gain better insight into industry trends
  • Identify solutions for managing specialty drug costs and outcomes

March 10
NEBGH Members only, Webinar Cancer Care Benefits That Make A Difference

Many employers provide core, essential benefits when it comes to care for employees and family members diagnosed with cancer.

But are there additional programs and services that can help improve outcomes and enhance a cancer patient’s experience?

Join NEBGH’s Medical Director, Dr. Mark Cunningham-Hill, and CEO Candice Sherman for a walk through NEBGH’s latest guide for employers - Delivering Value in Cancer Care: The Employer Perspective.

Find out what you can do to make sure you and your employees are getting the best value from the dollars you spend.

April 16
Conference, NEBGH Members only Supporting Children’s Mental Health

Nearly 20% of children have a mental health or developmental disability and chances are their parents are your employees. Despite your best efforts, parents may not be able to find or afford a mental health specialist for their kids. Left untreated or undertreated, children suffer the effects of these conditions and parents are stressed, leading to absenteeism and reduced productivity.

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.