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11. The Impact of Technology on Health Care: What's in Store for Large Employers?

We’ve all heard about artificial intelligence and how it’s going to change the way we interact and perceive the world around us. The health care industry is no exception. At our upcoming Business Health Agenda conference, we will explore whether AI innovation, fueling new uses of data, could create a tipping point in health care.

Tags: global
12. Breaking Down Brexit

Brexit, the United Kingdom’s impending withdrawal from the European Union, is top of mind for Global Business Group on Health members. Our team recently conducted an interview with representatives from the British embassy to learn more about the situation and potential implications and associated outcomes.

Tags: global
13. Measles Outbreaks: Preventable But On the Rise

The governor of Washington State declared a local public health emergency last week after a measles outbreak just outside of Portland, Oregon infected over 35 individuals, most of whom were unvaccinated. Considered all but eradicated in the U.S. just two decades ago due to widespread use of very effective vaccines, this potentially deadly disease has made a return. What can employers do to encourage vaccination amongst employees and their children? How can they go about increasing use of evidence-based vaccines for several diseases?

Tags: global
14. 2018 in Review: Global Areas of Focus and Contributions

Global Business Group on Health reviews the 2018 year. What have been the top interests of GBGH members in 2018? What are your peers most concerned with?

Tags: global
15. International Women's Day is March 8th!

March 8 will be International Women’s Day. The theme is #PressforProgress. According to Mercer, less than 60-70% of women are in the workforce, and female representation drops as career levels rise.

Tags: global, women at work
16. JoinJade: Employers Addressing Hepatitis B Stigma, Prevention and Care

Hepatitis B is a virus that causes up to 80% of liver cancer worldwide. It most often impacts people of working age between 35-65 years old.

Tags: Hepatitis B, Global, JoinJade
17. 3 Employer Approaches to Purchasing EAP Around the World

Typically, employers either prefer to implement a single global EAP supplier or utilize a variety of regional or local vendors around the world. The argument for a single vendor includes broad geographical coverage, ease of communication, centralized account management and standard data reporting.

Tags: Hepatitis B, Global, JoinJade
18. Defining the Governance Process for Global Benefits

It’s important that a governance structure for benefits be in sync with the overall mission and goals of a company. What is at stake, among other things, is a company's fiscal health. Employers want to secure their employees’ health and well-being consistently across their operations in different local and global markets.

Tags: global, governance, cost control
19. Addressing Stress in the Global Workforce

According to the World Health Organization, “work-related stress is the response people may have when presented with work demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities and which challenge their ability to cope. Stress occurs in a wide range of work circumstances, but is often made worse when employees feel they have little support from supervisors and colleagues, as well as little control over work processes.”

Tags: mental health, stress, resilience, global
20. Do We Need an On-Site Clinic in Timbuktu?

The decision to open an occupational or medical on-site health clinic in a given country is a multifaceted one. There are regulatory, external and internal issues to consider, and questions and answers will differ by company and by location.

Tags: global, on-site clinics, occupational health & safety

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