India is a key focus country of interest for the Global Business Group on Health.
These reports provide an overview of India in the areas of population health, health care, health-related legislation, and benefits.
Benchmarking and Metrics
- Health and Benefits Dashboard — September 1, 2015
These employer resources highlight health and benefits issues in countries across world regions.
- Benefits Benchmarking Survey Results — February 23, 2015
These survey reports contain information about benefits, plan design, costs and areas of focus among GBGH member companies with operations in GBGH target countries and world regions. To ease member burden, GBGH concentrates on a different country and world region each quarter. All world regions should be represented by mid-2016.
- Health Risk Factors in 45 Countries — September 12, 2014
This document outlines health risk factors by sex across a portfolio of 45 countries.
- Best Practice Maternity Program — May 15, 2014
The Global Business Group on Health sponsored a project to develop a best practice model for maternity programs in India. The full report includes background information about current maternity provisions, best practice recommendations and program design details.
- India's Burden of Tobacco — May 31, 2014
This document outlines the toll of tobacco in India including the prevalence of tobacco-related disease, its economic cost and locally available cessation resources.
- Benchmarking Health Promotion: India — March 26, 2015
Employers in India are increasingly looking to health promotion strategies to drive improved employee attraction, retention and productivity. This report outlines common wellness and well-being benefits and practices among GBGH employers in India.
- Health Resources Guide – March 26, 2015
This resource guide includes information on health and wellness vendors, government agencies, medical associations, and advocacy organizations in India.
= Global Business Group on Health Members only
= National and Global Business Group on Health Members only