American Institute for Preventive Medicine (healthylife.com)
Many health promotion and benefits professionals like to hold well-being activities based on the dates of National Health Observances. The publicity generated by the organizations that sponsor these health events can increase employee participation and engagement. To that end, for the past 35 years, the American Institute for Preventive Medicine has developed an annual Well-Being Activity Planner. Each month the planner lists health events, along with previews of future events to help professionals plan their company's well-being program. The planner also provides no cost and low cost resources and recommendations on how to enhance your well-being program. To receive your copy of the planner, please go to the 2019 Wellness Activity Planner or contact the American Institute for Preventive Medicine at email@example.com.
Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (ABHW)
The Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (ABHW) is the national voice for payers that manage behavioral health insurance benefits. ABHW member companies provide coverage to over 200 million people in both the public and private sectors to treat mental health, substance use disorders, and other behaviors that impact human health and wellness. Dedicated to advancing federal policy and educating the public on mental health and addiction care, ABHW advocates on behalf of health plans for improved access and higher quality of care to ensure better health outcomes for individuals and the community. For more information please see www.abhw.org.
Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health (GPBCH)
The Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health (www.gpbch.org) brings together employers in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Southern New Jersey, who care about workforce health and who want to drive improvement in the quality, safety, and value delivered by the U.S. healthcare system. GPBCH is a member of the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions.
HealthCareMandA.com is a comprehensive data source that is devoted to health care mergers and acquisitions for the serious analyst and investor. This publication alerts you to developments in every key segment of the health care services and technology markets, including behavioral health care, biotechnology, eHealth, home health & hospice, hospitals, laboratories, long-term care, managed care, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, physician medical groups, rehabilitation and more. You won't find more comprehensive information anywhere else.
Health IT Outcomes is the premier information resource for today's most pressing Health IT topics. Our mission is to provide healthcare providers with expert guidance on technology system selection, integration, project management, and change management. In addition to its online presence, Health IT Outcomes produces a bi-monthly print publication focused on peer-based content centered on best practices and implementation trends. Visit us at: http://www.healthitoutcomes.com/
Over 30 Years at the Forefront of Healthcare Innovation and Technology.
The HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG) is a national network of select healthcare executives, thought leaders and experts of various disciplines who come together to navigate the tactical and strategic issues facing the healthcare industry today.
Through year-round regional and national events, and the production of monthly webinars, whitepapers and blogs, HCEG provides a platform for its members and sponsor partners to promote healthcare innovation, technology and the development of lifelong professional relationships.
Originally chartered as the Managed Care Executive Group (MCEG), HCEG was founded in 1988 by executives looking for a forum where the open exchange of ideas, opportunities for action, collaboration and transformational dialogue could freely ensue, especially with respect to the annually identified HCEG Top 10 opportunities, challenges and issues all members face. The HCEG Top 10 serve as the foundation for HCEG educational and programming initiatives throughout the year.
HERO is a national non-profit dedicated to identifying and sharing best practices in the field of workplace health and well-being (HWB) to improve the health and well-being of workers, their spouses, dependents and retirees. For more information, please visit: www.hero-health.org
Managed Care delivers high-interest analysis and articles through original research and writing. Its editorial mission is to advise managed care executives, physicians, and pharmacists on the integration of the business and medical aspects of the rapidly changing managed care market. A strict fact-checking and peer-review process ensures the accuracy and relevance of editorial content. For more information, please visit: www.managedcaremag.com
National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions
National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions is a non-profit, membership association of employer-led coalitions. Established in 1992, National Alliance purchaser-led coalition members across the United States represents more than 12,000 purchasers and 45 million Americans, with healthcare spending estimated at more than $300 billion. These business coalitions are composed of mostly mid- and large-sized employers in both the private and public sectors in nearly every major metropolitan area and multiple rural locations. National Alliance members are committed to community health reform, including an improvement in the value of healthcare provided through employer-sponsored health plans and to the entire community.
Founded in 1981, the Pittsburgh Business Group on Health (PBGH) is one of the nation's leading non-profit, employer-led health care coalitions. PBGH promotes health care and benefits strategies through education, collaboration and innovation among members and the community to deliver value and quality for companies, organizations and their employees.
Through its various education initiatives, nationally recognized group purchasing programs and data focus, PBGH improves the cost, delivery, and value of health care. It offers member-only forums, as well as community events for the exchange of ideas and viewpoints to drive engagement and find solutions to the health care issues facing employers.
Advocating value and innovation, PBGH unites the voice of business on the critical issues facing employers and their employees, and provides the platform to both influence and usher in a new era of health care and benefits.
WBL description: Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation (WBL) is the premier network of female executives across the health care industry. Built on and inspired by genuine relationships between peers, the WBL Foundation brings together women executives for honest discussions about the opportunities and challenges facing the industry. This peer network provides the platform through which members are able to move their companies forward, advance their careers, and make a true impact on the health care industry. To learn more, please visit: https://www.wbl.org/