The Business Group also surveys other stakeholders who influence the delivery and consumption of health care. These include employees of large employers across the U.S. These employee surveys look at a variety of topics, ranging from how employees like to receive communications to how employees think about well-being.
National Business Group on Health/Optum Workplace Well-being and the Employee Experience Survey
Based on a survey of 2,210 employees that work for a company of 3,000+ employees, this report explores the connection between an employee’s well-being status and productivity to the five key dimensions of well-being: physical, financial, mental, social and community. The study also explores employee awareness of, and demand for, specific well-being programs. Lastly, there are findings that connect “health-enabling” communities to employees’ well-being levels.
The Business Group/Alight/Kantar Futures Consumer Health Mindset Study
This study, conducted in collaboration with Alight Solutions, the Business Group and Kantar Consulting, explores the health attitudes, motivations and preferences of employees and their dependents covered by employer health plans. The results help employers to understand consumer perspectives and attitudes towards their health, employer-sponsored well-being programs, navigating the health care system and personalized communications.
The NBGH/Welltok Whispers from the Watercooler Employee Survey — What motivates employees to improve their health and well-being
The National Business Group on Health and Welltok survey of over 1,000 employees who work for large employers looks at what factors are most influential in motivating employees to improve their overall well-being. The findings can be used by companies to help them realign their engagement strategy based on the demographics of their workforce.
The NBGH/Fidelity Investments' Emerging Payment and Delivery Models Survey — The Primary Care Physician's Perspective
The National Business Group on Health and Fidelity Investments survey looks at the perspectives of 500 primary care physicians concerning payment and delivery reform, including pay-for-performance (P4P), primary care medical homes (PCMHs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs). The findings highlight what could be done to improve efficiency and drive optimal outcomes.
NBGH Employee Surveys
The Business Group undertakes surveys of employees of large employers to understand how employees approach a variety of topics related to employees' health.