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Resources from Consumer Reports® to Engage and Empower Employees to Make Better Health Care Decisions


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The National Business Group on Health and Consumer Reports have partnered to provide Business Group Member Companies with a series of compelling reports on critical health issues. The overall goal of this partnership is for large employers to disseminate these reports to employees and dependents so that they:

  • Can become more engaged consumers of health care;
  • Empower themselves with unbiased, evidence-based information from a trusted brand; and
  • Make better decisions that help them get appropriate, safe and affordable health care.

The Business Group is eager to learn how large employers are using these reports. To share feedback or experiences distributing the reports, please contact us at


Making Healthy Choices
A toolset developed by Consumer Reports for engaging employees in the decisions they need to make regarding their health care. Click here to get started!

Promoting Smarter Health Care Decisions with Resources from Consumer Reports®
This Top Solutions provides a variety of ways employers can reach their diverse populations with resources from Consumer Reports.

Allergies and Asthma

Alzheimer's disease


Cardiovascular Disease


Heartburn and GERD


Kidney Disease

Lab Tests

Maternal, Child and Infant Health

Musculoskeletal Conditions

Palliative and End of Life Care

Peripheral Artery Disease

Preventive Services

Rheumatoid Arthritis


Resources that originally appeared in a Consumer Reports magazine or publication:

  • The doctor will email you now This report from Consumer Reports focuses on patient portals and the reasons why consumers should give them a try.

  • Dr. Who? This report from Consumer Reports focuses on nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other "advanced practice providers" who deliver care to patients.

  • A doctor's office that's all about you This report from Consumer Reports focuses on patient-centered medical homes, which seek to provide comprehensive, continuous, well-coordinated medical care to patients.

About Consumer Reports Health

For more than 75 years, Consumer Reports has been working for a fair, just, and safe marketplace for all consumers and empowering consumers to protect themselves. Fighting for a better health marketplace has been a significant part of that work. To maintain its independence and remain free of any conflicts of interest, Consumer Reports accepts no ads, free samples, or corporate contributions. Its income comes from the sale of its publications and from services, fees, and noncommercial contributions and grants.

Cost-Effective Printing Solutions

National Business Group on Health members and others who would like to discuss cost-effective printing solutions for print dissemination of these reports to members/employees can contact Dominic Lorusso, Associate Director, Consumer Reports Health Partner Development at

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