Resources

Local and National Data Available on Return to Work Strategies

Published 05/18/2020

The RIBGH would like to thank all those who participated in the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalition's national Pulse of the Purchaser Poll - COVID-19 Return to Work Strategies. Data from a total of 210 employers, ranging in size and industry, was successfully collected. The results provided a rich insight into what employers are...

Action Brief: Covid-19 The Importance of Shared Decision Making

Published 04/22/2020

Source: The National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions | added 04/22/20 Helping employees make informed decisions about their choices and responsibilities is a growing trend that is especially important in light of COVID-19. Having a tool to guide shared decision-making conversations enables employees to think through their questions and concerns in advance of an office or e-visit so conversations with healthcare providers are efficient...

Understanding The Spread of Covid-19

Published 04/22/2020

Source: The National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions | added 04/22/20 As corporations are beginning to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the practical aspects of how to take action are becoming more challenging. To appreciate the implications, let’s look at an example if an employee is found to be ill with COVID-19.

Covid-19 Resources for Employers

Published 04/22/2020

The RIBGH is committed to keeping our membership informed with the most up-to-date and relevant resources to help manage the ever-changing landscape of COVID-19. Below, we have compiled information, no-cost tools, and resources employers can use and share with their employees. RIBGH COVID-19 Employer Webinar Series Supporting Employees in Post-COVID-19 Workplace 5/28/2020The American work environment as we previously...

CARES Act: What Employers Need

Published 04/08/2020

Source: The National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions On Friday, March 27, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed by President Trump after passing both the House and Senate earlier in the week. This $2.2 trillion stimulus package is wide-reaching and intended to provide economic relief for the individuals and businesses hit...