Why it matters for business
America has a health deficit. The deficit is hurting the country's economic competitiveness and negatively impacts companies' ability to create value. Improving employee, customer, and community health remains the most pressing challenge for the business community and requires more than traditional approaches.
The good news is that addressing the health deficit pays dividends. Through investments in health along the value chain, companies strengthen their ability to serve customers, provide a platform for communities to thrive, and help consumers live longer, more fulfilling lives. Successfully tackling the health deficit means more productive workforces, more resilient communities, and innovation in business models, products, and services.
Tools cover persuasion techniques, prioritization frameworks, solution design, effective stakeholder engagement, and program measurement.
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These case studies provide examples of how private-sector companies have worked to build health equity in communities, develop employee health and well-being programs, and provide metrics for assessing positive impact on population health.
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