These comprehensive surveys look at how large employers have designed their health and welfare benefits. Some studies looks specifically at health plan design, while others focus more on change management and well-being.
Large Employers' 2018 Health Care Strategy and Plan Design Survey
Results from this survey indicate that employers are looking to new methods of controlling health care costs, improving outcomes and increasing satisfaction for their employees, both through demand-side (e.g., implementing [CDHPs], modifying plan design and cost-sharing strategies, adding price transparency tools) and supply-side initiatives (e.g., telehealth, on-site clinics, Centers of Excellence, Accountable Care Organizations, etc.).
NBGH/BCBSA: Employer Utilization of Point Solutions
This report presents results from an NBGH fielded large employer survey and insights from a BCBSA survey of their consumer community. The results include information on the most prevalent point solutions, challenges employers have had in implementing point solutions, and other key findings that could impact the future of how employers contract/partner with vendors for various health and welfare services.
National Business Group on Health/Fidelity Investments' Embracing a Broader Definition of Well-Being
This annual survey of large employers provides details on the types of programs employers are offering to improve employee health and wellbeing, the challenges they have faced and how they have leveraged incentives to engage employees.
The Business Group and Optum have partnered to examine what factors drive a strong culture of health in an organization. The study is based on an analysis of Optum's Wellness in the Workplace Survey, and seeks to understand the characteristics of companies who indicate they have a strong culture of health.
NBGH/Xerox Human Resources Services' Emerging Technology to Promote Employee Wellbeing Survey
This topline summary of the results from the joint survey between Xerox Human Resource Services and the National Business Group on Health highlights some of the key findings about what types of technology are being used, and where the market is going over the next few years.
NBGH/Optum: The Cadillac Tax and the Employer Mindset: A Survey of Employers
The Business Group and Optum surveyed large employers to understand employers' reaction to the Cadillac tax and how it will impact their health management strategy, the steps they are taking to avoid the tax and how employees will be impacted by the tax.