IBI’s fourth survey of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) investigates changes in health benefits since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010 and explores the links among employers’ benefits decisions, their corporate culture and their stated benefits goals. The survey was completed by 345 CFOs and other senior finance executives—40% of whom reported their company’s revenues at more than $2 billion, placing them among the Fortune 1000.
Director of Research Brian Gifford, Ph.D. provides an overview of the survey results. The findings go against the popular notion that CFOs demand a hard ROI from health promotion programs and that companies are scrambling for the cheapest options. For further details, view the webinar below.