8 Tips for Communicating With Employees about ACOs, PCMHs and Other Delivery System Changes
Employers, by using effective communication strategies, are well-positioned to educate and motivate their employee members to take advantage of delivery system improvements, and also direct them to more efficient health care providers. This Employer Guide provides recommendations for communicating payment and delivery reforms to employees.

Key Insights and Learnings from the 2016 Employers' Summits on Health Care Costs & Solutions
This Top Solutions outlines the most compelling insights and learnings from the 2016 Employers' Summits on Health Care Costs & Solutions

The Primary Care Imperative: New Evidence Shows Importance of Investment in Patient-Centered Medical Homes
Patient-centered medical homes (PCMH) seek to equip primary care providers with tools necessary to provide higher quality care, with financial incentives to control costs at the same time. Employers have reasonable doubts about delivery system reforms, but new evidence shows clear and convincing positive results from the vast majority of PCMH practices. This issue brief gives an overview of the PCMH model, reviews the exciting evidence, addresses common employer concerns, and provides employer recommendations.

Considerations for Health and Well-being Across Generations
To best support the needs of a multigenerational workforce, employers should consider designing benefits using a tailored approach. Employees beginning their careers often have different physical, financial, emotional and personal needs than employees transitioning into retirement.

Seeing the Bigger Picture: Beyond Wellness to Well-being
Leading employers are changing their focus from offering benefits and programs centered on improving employees’ physical health to deploying holistic well-being strategies. There is a business case for a broader well-being strategy as a means to improved health, greater productivity and higher performance in conjunction with decreased health care costs and lower turnover. This document provides an overview of five factors that contribute to well-being and that large employers can influence within their own organizations: social connectedness, job satisfaction, financial security, physical health and emotional health.

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Groom Law Group, Chartered
BBU, Inc.
Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Vista Outdoor Inc.
Reed Group, Ltd.
Veritas Technologies, LLC
Myriad Genetic Laboratories, Inc.
Collective Health
Boston Scientific
Huntington National Bank
Sensata Technologies, Inc.
Mobile Health Consumer
Owens Corning
News Corp
The National Railroad Passenger Corporation