Behavioral health & the changing workplace: What we must do next
The pandemic has amplified behavioral health challenges, like burnout, that affect the workforce and employers are looking for ways to better support their employees. Join a live, complimentary webinar on July 22, 2021 at 2 P.M. EST, with Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies and leading industry voices that will break down some of these challenges, particularly with vaccines rolling out and hybrid work models taking shape, and discuss solutions for today and the future.
Addressing barriers to behavioral healthcare for your workforce
Two of the greatest challenges to helping people get the behavioral health support they need are stigma and behavioral healthcare inequities. In some cases there is a reluctance to talk about mental health, and quality behavioral healthcare is not equally available in all communities. In our latest mini-white paper, we explore these barriers along with some strategies to help address them and better support your workforce.
Workplace Changes and the Full Health Future of the Workforce
Changes across work and personal life are affecting behavioral health at record scale. Watch as Blue Cross Blue Shield Association's chief human resources officer and leading voices from Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon, Business Group on Health and ARCHANGELS discuss changes employers can make now that will influence the future of work.
Strategies for Bringing Equity to Maternal Healthcare
Studies show Black, American Indian and Alaska Native women are more likely than white women to suffer and die from pregnancy-related causes in the U.S. Watch as experts from Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, 4Kira4Moms and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield sit down as part of Business Group on Health’s Annual Conference to discuss strategies employers can use to help eliminate disparities and achieve equity in maternal healthcare.
Taking a Total Cost of Care approach to control spending
There are many levers you can pull to help lower cost while providing your employees with higher-quality healthcare and a better overall experience. Understanding the full picture of Total Cost of Care and how this approach can uncover new ways for your organization to control spending is a great place to start.
Better Together: Integrating Pharmacy and Medical Benefits
As pharmacy costs continue to rise, organizations are footing a good portion of the bill. Integrating pharmacy benefits with your medical plan may be a way to lower costs and improve your employees' health and healthcare experience. Read how data and insights are driving integration decisions for organizations.
Supporting Millennials' Behavioral Health
We're continuing to keep a close eye on millennial health and our latest data show this generation's mental health is a major concern—nearly one-third have a behavioral health condition. That's why employers are offering full-health solutions to help put millennials on a better path forward. Check out our mini-white paper for the latest findings and more ideas on how to best support your employees, especially during these unprecedented times.