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.
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.
Developing Full-Health Benefits That Are Beneficial to All
Now more than ever, employers are focused on developing benefits that support the full health—both mind and body—of their diverse workforce. Through a series of mini-white papers, we're tackling how to make full-health benefits more inclusive, addressing new ways to support the growing number of working caregivers, and showcasing how to conquer the challenge of effectively measuring the value of these benefit offerings.
Rethinking the office
For most employers, what constitutes "the office" looks very different now than at the start of 2020. Whether you're planning to bring your employees back to the workplace or continuing to connect remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of challenges ahead. From testing and screening your employees to enhancing virtual care benefits, here are a few resources to help guide the way.
Taking a full-scale approach to behavioral health
With a clear connection between physical and mental health, it's time to broaden our approach to care to treat the whole person. Our latest efforts explore the impact of behavioral health on your workforce, how COVID-19 is already factoring in, and how your organization can make full health the focus.