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02/25/2020

Still the Largest Cause of Preventable Disease and Death in the U.S.

Smoking isn’t just a bad habit—it’s an addiction. Read More

02/18/2020

World Obesity Day: It’s Everyone’s Business

March 4th marks World Obesity Day. Read More

02/03/2020

8 Recommendations for Providing Evidence-Based, Equitable Cancer Care

Cancer is a devastating disease that, with early diagnosis and treatment, can be overcome. Read More

01/28/2020

The Evolving Situation of Coronavirus – What We Know and What We Don’t

Coronavirus has become a household word. Reports evoke memories of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) - and for good reason. Read More

01/10/2020

Business Group on Health: Driving Change Together

For 45 years, we’ve been powering change as the national voice of large employers on health care issues. Now we’re doing some changing ourselves, to better serve YOU, our members. Read More

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12/12/2019

Health Care is Front Page News

Not a day goes by without a major health care related story popping up in news outlets

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11/25/2019

Looking For Quality in All the Right Places

We often search for things where it’s easiest to look for them instead of where they’re most likely to be. This is widely known as the “streetlight effect” and can be applied to health care and benefit strategy.

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11/18/2019

What Can We Do for Caregivers? Alex Drane Tells Us to "Look. Love. Lift."

To all the caregivers out there, thank you.

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11/06/2019

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is December 1. This year’s theme is "Communities make the difference".

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10/31/2019

Are You Election Ready? A Record Number of Employers Give Time to Vote

Forty-four percent of U.S. employers offer their workers paid time off to vote, and for good reason.

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