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.
Every other Monday at 1 PM – it’s appointment viewing!
Women in the workforce are facing unprecedented challenges to their mental wellness – juggling job pressures while pursuing parenthood, managing childcare, and grappling with changing policy around reproductive care all take a toll on employees' physical and mental health.
Your benefits and employee investments must respond to both individual needs and the challenges created by the world we live in.
Do your programs do enough to help women thrive – and not just survive?
More employers are putting vaccine mandates in place even as the Biden Administration puts finishing touches on its own mandates and policies.
How can employers best prepare to comply with federal rules? How do these obligations interact with state and local rules such as New York’s HERO Act? How should employers be handling issues arising from what they’ve already put in place? What pitfalls should they work to steer clear of?
Dr. Mark talks with Epstein Becker Green legal experts Susan Gross Sholinsky, Denise Dadika, and Karen Mandelbaum.
BIPOC populations need diverse provider networks and the ability to efficiently find culturally competent care.
Employers may find themselves in search of new solutions while the existing healthcare delivery system catches up.
Hear about some digital health solutions that may help fill the gaps!
The Federal No Surprises Act takes effect 1/1/2022 and applies to self-insured group plans and fully insured markets.
It puts in place federal standards to protect patients from balance billing for certain situations, such as emergency room visits, hospital charges, and air ambulance services.
Find out what you need to know – and do – to ensure your plan is in compliance.
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to providing DE&I-focused family building programs and benefits for your employee population:
Get clarity on the unique issues faced by diverse groups and what health equity means in the context of family building.
And hear how New York State’s largest private employer is thinking about – and getting guidance – on these issues!
The U.S. Department of Labor has taken action to strengthen the Federal Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act to improve access to affordable mental health care.
Oversight and enforcement are increasing – and employers have an important role to play in compliance. Effective collaboration with plan administrators is key.
What do you need to know?
What actions do you need to take?