Texas Business Group on Health
Hundreds of employers and coalitions across Texas have found solutions to their employee health benefits challenges through the Texas Business Group on Health. Isn't it time you become one of these?
The Forum provides valuable opportunities to learn new ideas, evidence-based solutions and best practices that can help employers purchase high value healthcare, improve employees’ overall health and well-being, reduce their health risks and manage chronic conditions more effectively, while controlling healthcare costs.
The Texas Business Group on Health (TBGH), in partnership with Sanofi Genzyme and Regeneron, is pleased to present the 13th edition of the Texas Type 2 Diabetes Report™ for 2018.
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Texas Business Group on Health Reports on the State of Type 2 Diabetes Across Texas
TBGH’s Depression Advisory Group met on August 22, 2018 to discuss ways for North Texas employers and health systems to improve access and utilization of appropriate mental health care services when they’re needed. Click on the title above to see this report.
Continuing the Cancer Care Journey from Diagnosis to Treatment to Return to Work
Employee benefits managers from leading Texas based employers participated in a facilitated discussion on May 22, 2018 about the employee’s cancer care journey and the role employers could play to ensure that employees receive the best cancer care and employer support possible throughout that challenging journey from diagnose through treatment to return to work. Click link above to view full report.
We understand that employers want to provide healthcare benefits that meet their employees' needs and offer the best value.
Bringing together leaders and decision makers from a variety of businesses, the Texas Business Group on Health is a regional, employer-sponsored healthcare coalition.
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About Texas Business Group on Health Texas Business Group on Health (TBGH), founded in 1985, is a non-profit statewide business association dedicated to promoting healthcare innovation, accountability, and value in support of supports a healthy, productive workforce. Members include nearly 200 Texas employers and their regional employer coalitions, including Dallas-Fort Worth Business Group on Health, Houston Business Coalition on Health, and San Antonio Business Group on Health. TBGH serves as a valuable resource for Texas employers in health benefits management and healthcare purchasing issues. TBGH also advocates employer healthcare interests in state legislation and policy development. For additional information, visit www.tbgh.org.