The CEO Roundtable on Cancer has accredited Johns Hopkins with the CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ recognizing its efforts to reduce the risk of cancer for its employees and covered family members.
The Johns Hopkins Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work program is an innovative health care benefit program that supports employees and their managers. Having had positive results internally, Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work is now available to employers throughout the United States. Current clients include companies in industries ranging from automobile and aviation & aerospace to pharmaceuticals to information technology and manufacturing.
The CEO Roundtable on Cancer, a nonprofit organization of CEOs, founded by former President George H.W. Bush, created the Gold Standard to recognize employers for taking exceptional health and wellness measures on behalf of their employees and family members. Over 200 private, nonprofit and government employers in a wide range of industries have earned Gold Standard accreditation.
“CEO Cancer Gold Standard accreditation is further testament that Johns Hopkins Hospital efforts to improve health begins with improving the health of their own employees,” said Robert A. Bradway, chairman and chief executive officer of Amgen and chairman of the CEO Roundtable on Cancer.
To earn Gold Standard accreditation, an employer must establish programs to reduce cancer risk by taking concrete actions in five key areas:
Learn more about Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work and how it can benefit your organization.