Supporting Low-Wage Employees in a Consumerism World
This issue brief summarizes recent studies on health care utilization among CDHP members with and without health accounts. It then provides employers with strategies and tactics to encourage appropriate use of health care among low-wage and hourly employees.

Learning from the Best: Innovative and Emerging Practices from the 2014
Over the last 10 years, Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® award winners have consistently tried to improve employee engagement and program results. This compilation of initiatives from the 2014 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® winners highlights some of these emerging practices

Ebola Virus Disease: Resources and Tools for Employers and Employees
This publication includes information and resources employers can use to address the "unprecedented outbreak of Ebola". More Resources

Communicating Consumerism and Consumer-Directed Health Plans (CDHPs): Eight Years of Best Practices
This Issue Brief includes recommendations about communication and examples of successful approaches based on the experiences of National Leadership Committee on Consumerism and Engagement member companies. Employers who want to enliven their communications, or those who are just beginning down the CDHP road, may want to consider these approaches.

2015 Large Employers Health Plan Design Changes Survey Report
This year's survey results, which reflect the plan design changes of 136 large employers, highlights the focus by members on engaging employees in better health care decision making as well as providing incentives to employees to lead healthier lifestyles.

Four Years On: Insights from the Global Distinction Awards
This document presents lessons the National Business Group on Health has learned during its first four years (2011-2014) of recognizing corporate best practices in global wellness.


Kindred Healthcare, Inc.
Ferguson Enterprises
Solid Benefit Guidance
Hearst Corporation
Pacific Gas & Electric
Alliance Data
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Huntington Ingalls Industries
Doctor on Demand