Read the new editorial series that highlights health equity efforts underway at companies that are part of the AHA CEO Roundtable leadership collaborative. Read More About Equity at Work
We know many of our employees and their loved ones have cancelled or postponed doctor visits during the ongoing pandemic out of necessity, misinformation, or fear. We also know the pandemic has sparked an overall decrease in disease management, an overall increase in unhealthy behaviors, and sharp uptick in symptoms of anxiety or depression. How
The AHA CEO Roundtable joins together to protect employee and community health this flu season with a new PSA campaign, “Point of Prevention.” The campaign signals a fresh and heartfelt focus on how Americans can help save lives this fall, as the nation faces the potential “twindemic” of influenza and COVID-19. We are doubling down
Members of the American Heart Association CEO Roundtable are leading the way to protect employees and their communities to improve influenza vaccination rates with a renewed effort to promote and incentivize getting the vaccine. Download the Issue Brief.
This is a PDF download of the members list found on the members page.
The American Heart Association CEO Roundtable (CEO Roundtable) commissioned this report to underscore the business imperative to employers for providing comprehensive, science-based support for employee mental health.
Our Mission is to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. Grounded in the science of heart and brain health, we’re taking a holistic approach to well-being that includes mental health.
Five actions employers can take to cultivate a mental health-friendly workplace.
Descriptions from 19 companies that showcase a wide range of implemented programs, policies and practices. The intent in sharing these examples is to spark ideas among other companies and provide examples of mental health support for employees.
Mental Health: A Workforce Crisis is a new report commissioned by the AHA CEO Roundtable and conducted by the Center for Workplace Health Research and Evaluation bringing attention to the prevalence of poor mental health. This report is an important resource for employers to best manage and support their employee’s mental health. You can also