The unwell workforce costs employers $153 billion annually, a figure set to rise to $1.201 trillion by 2023 and $5.668 trillion by 2050.
Ensuring the health of the workforce does not need to be an economic burden. Employees who are thriving in health cost employers 41% less than employees who are struggling, and 62% less than employees who are suffering. CHMI, in collaboration with its national and local strategic partners, has developed a comprehensive framework that identifies programs, policies, and best practices that are effective, replicable, and based on the best available research. By addressing wellness issues through an integrated approach, employers have the opportunity to create environments where wellness is respected, accessible, and promoted, while earning $3.27 for every wellness dollar invested.
Employee Health Improvement Framework
Read our comprehensive framework that identifies programs, policies, and best practices to create a healthy workforce.

MORE ABOUT EMPLOYEE HEALTH IMPROVEMENT

CHMI engages with businesses and agencies of all sizes  from Fortune 500 companies to Small-Medium Enterprises to identify  opportunities within their respective employee populations to improve and support employee well-being. CHMI, in collaboration with its national and local strategic partners, has developed a comprehensive framework that identifies programs, policies, and best practices that are effective, replicable, and based on the best available research. The goal of the framework is to support employers and organizations that want to increase productivity, reduce healthcare costs, decrease workplace injury, and improve rates of presenteeism and absenteeism through interventions in nine key policy areas that collectively address the entire spectrum of physical, social, emotional, mental, and financial indicators of health. CHMI works with employers to improve employee health outcomes, decrease health disparities, and reduce healthcare costs through the development of an evidence-based and comprehensive employee health and well-being approach.

The Components of our Health Improvement Framework include:

  • Core Business Alignment (ROI)
  • Value Added Benefits
  • At-Risk Employee Populations
  • Family Friendly Workplace- Promoting Family Forward Culture
  • Employee Health
  • Talent Management
  • Veterans and Military
  • Built Environment
  • Digital Technology