CFO Surveys

Webinar: Finding the Value in Health – CFOs on Benefits Strategy

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 [...]

CFO Research Infographic-Ready to Invest in Healthy Outcomes

IBI’s 2015 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% [...]

CFO Research Tip Sheet

IBI’s 2015 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% [...]

Finding the Value in Health: Results from IBI’s 2015 CFO Survey

IBI’s 2015 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% [...]

Making Health the CFO’s Business: Results from IBI’s 2011 CFO Survey

In summer 2011, IBI and CFO Research Services (the research arm of CFO Publishing LLC) conducted a third survey into the attitudes, beliefs and experiences of CFOs about the employer’s role in managing health, absence, productivity and disability. While the survey addressed a number of issues, this report focuses on findings relating to health as [...]

Making Health the CFO’s Business: Executive Summary from IBI’s 2011 CFO Survey

In summer 2011, IBI and CFO Research Services (the research arm of CFO Publishing LLC) conducted a third survey into the attitudes, beliefs and experiences of CFOs about the employer’s role in managing health, absence, productivity and disability. While the survey addressed a number of issues, this report focuses on findings relating to health as [...]

The Business Value of Health: Linking CFOs to Health and Productivity: Survey Results from IBI’s 2006 Survey

Chief financial officers know, in nearly equal measure, that ill health has an important effect on workers’ absence, on their ability to focus on the job and on the corporate bottom line. In fact, the management of all health-related costs (e.g., medical, absence, disability) is the second-ranked healthcare management objective for CFOs over the next [...]

The Business Value of Health Executive Summary

Chief financial officers know, in nearly equal measure, that ill health has an important effect on workers’ absence, on their ability to focus on the job and on the corporate bottom line. In fact, the management of all health-related costs (e.g., medical, absence, disability) is the second-ranked healthcare management objective for CFOs over the next [...]

On the Brink of Change: How CFOs View Investments in Health and Productivity

IBI’s inaugural study of the CFO’s view of health, health benefits, productivity and the bottom line demonstrates that senior financial executives are open to approving changes in the way employee benefits are delivered if they are shown modest productivity results. This willingness to change is good news for benefits managers. The findings give much guidance [...]

On the Brink of Change – CFO Brief

IBI’s inaugural study of the CFO’s view of health, health benefits, productivity and the bottom line demonstrates that senior financial executives are open to approving changes in the way employee benefits are delivered if they are shown modest productivity results. This willingness to change is good news for benefits managers. The findings give much guidance [...]