Education, Conferences & Networking

Save tens of thousands of dollars in education and consulting fees by attending our programs – free to HR and benefits leaders from all member organizations. They’re local, so you save on travel costs too!

Programs feature benefits leaders and nationally recognized experts, and always include time for peer-to-peer networking. Topics include employee engagement, wellness and wellbeing, mental health, specialty pharma, fertility and women’s health, chronic conditions, cancer and more……

And don’t miss our one-day Annual Health & Wellness Benefits Conference each June. Members tell us it’s the best conference they attend all year!

Looking for more?

Talk to us about our benefits leaders-only roundtables in NY and NJ, and our wellness working group.

And sign up for webinars – we hold at least one every month!

Click here to see a list of our upcoming events.

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June 14

Knock Out Waste in Healthcare Spending: Employer Strategies That Pack a Punch!

Are you getting value from each healthcare dollar you spend?  Do you feel confident your employees are getting the right care early on, and not cycling through unnecessary treatments and visits?  How do you figure out where to start when it comes to identifying unneeded expenditures?

Recent estimates indicate that waste — which includes services that offer little or no clinical benefit to your employees — accounts for as much as 30% of healthcare spending.

Join us for our 7th Annual Conference and learn how you can deliver a big “one-two punch” to healthcare waste in your organization!

Thursday, June 14, 2018
7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Convene Conference Centers
117 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
Who Can Attend
"NEBGH does an excellent job of addressing all of the current trends and topics in the ever-changing world of benefits. It is especially helpful to us as an employer to discuss these matters in a setting filled with other employers who are also navigating their way through the same varying issues. We leave the meeting groups feeling challenged and inspired."
Barbara Molloy, Loews Corporation