How maternal health disparities affect women of color in your workforce
Birth is especially dangerous for women of color. The disparities in maternal health across racial groups are long-standing, and they require direct action from all of us. Our latest infographic will take you through the scale of impact of these disparities on mothers of color—particularly Black women. You’ll also learn key strategies to drive maternal health equity in your workforce, and see what Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies and others are doing to tackle this complex issue.
Realizing the Affordability Advantage of Integrated Specialty Pharmacy
Organizational expenses continue to increase, and one area many employers look to streamline is the cost of specialty pharmacy. This may leave you considering whether to carve in or out your specialty pharmacy benefits. The reality is that becoming more cost-efficient takes going beyond a price-centric approach to affordability. Uncover the value of integrating specialty pharmacy into overall benefits by diving into the three key drivers of affordability: cost, utilization and effectiveness.
UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH ON YOUR WORKFORCE
The effects of youth mental health struggles don’t stop with children. Our latest infographic demonstrates the scale of impact this crisis has on working caregivers, as well. Youth mental health is a complex issue, and addressing it requires a comprehensive approach. In this infographic, you’ll learn actionable steps to support caregivers and their families, and see examples of what Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies are doing across the country in support of youth mental health.
Savings with clinical programs as part of a total cost of care approach
Supercharge savings and improve health outcomes with more efficient management of clinical programs. See how this collaborative approach can help get your employees the right care at the right time – and how it fits into a Total Cost of Care strategy.
Addressing the behavioral health needs of the workforce, equitably
Join Dr. Adam Myers, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, and industry leaders from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Anthem, Inc., Health Care Service Corporation and Boeing for a discussion around the behavioral health crisis in America. What is the current state of behavioral health in the American workforce? Which populations are disproportionately impacted by this crisis, and how? In what ways is this affecting employers, and how can they join forces with health plan partners and other key stakeholders to advance behavioral health equity for the workforce? Learn the answers to these questions and much more about this critical challenge in our latest webinar.
Addressing behavioral health disparities
Behavioral health conditions are on the rise and continue to disproportionately impact certain racial, socioeconomic and geographic groups. The next mini-eMagazine in our Health Equity series – Volume #3 Uniting to Advance Behavioral Health Equity – investigates these disparities, the cost implications on organizations and strategies to collectively meet the diverse healthcare needs of the workforce.
Addressing Maternal Health Disparities
In the developed world, the United States is the most dangerous place to give birth—especially for women of color. The next mini-eMagazine in our Health Equity series—Volume #2 Working Together to Advance Maternal Health Equity—highlights maternal health disparities and their root causes, the impact on your workforce and organization and ways we can work together to make pregnancy safer for all women.
Advancing Maternal Health Equity: Coming Together to Support Mothers in the Workforce
Join Reed Melton, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Stacia Cohen, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Stacey D. Stewart, March of Dimes and Brenna Shebel, Business Group on Health for a discussion around the maternal health crisis in America. What disparities are mothers of color facing, and what are key influencing factors? How is it impacting employers? And how can employers, health plan partners and other key stakeholders come together to advance change? Get answers to these questions and more by viewing our latest webinar.