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!
Join us for a special members-only meeting on this very important topic.
Discussion will include:
How do health plans support your employees with a cancer diagnosis?
How do plan programs and strategies fit with yours?
Join your peers in open dialogue with your health plan's experts on November 27.
Topics for discussion are the ones you - NEBGH members - chose in a recent survey!
[ ] Do you manage benefits for at least 10,000 employees in the US?
[ ] Is your workforce distributed in areas throughout the country?
[ ] Do you want to provide high-quality outcomes while paying less for joint replacement, spine and bariatric surgeries?
If you answer “YES” to these questions, you need to consider participating in the Employers Center of Excellence Network (ECEN).
It’s a program recommended by 98% of the patients who have participated at companies like Walmart, Lowes and McKesson!
ECEN has negotiated payment rates for high-quality surgical care for specific high-cost procedures at some of the top hospitals in the country.
Hear more about what ECEN can do for you and your employees!
Individuals and populations are different.
So which do you target – and how – to achieve better health outcomes for your employees?
Find out what really matters when it comes to better health – both physical and mental – from one of the “World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds”!
Pharmacy is ripe for innovation and there’s a flurry of activity in this space designed to better engage employees, improve convenience, increase adherence, and ultimately deliver better outcomes at a lower cost.
But will these innovations deliver?
Join us as we evaluate:
The #1 cause of stress in the US is work-related. Stressors caused by job pressure, interpersonal conflicts and a lack of work life balance costs employers up to $300 billion annually in behavioral health care and missed work. Yet, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) go underutilized, engaging just 5% of the average workforce.
In this webinar, hear from BuzzFeed and Ginger.io on why 88% of U.S. employers are prioritizing behavioral health programs and taking action to improve their effectiveness. Learn how BuzzFeed was able to increase access to emotional support for their workforce, improve outcomes and engage up to 25% of employees with Ginger.io.