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CVS Health Launches 12th Annual CSR Report and Evolved Platform, Better Health, Better Community, Better World

Evolved strategy emphasizes impact on community health and wellness following its acquisition of Aetna
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WOONSOCKET, R.I., April 4, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) today unveiled its 12th annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) report featuring its evolved platform, Better Health, Better Community, Better World. The company’s new social purpose business strategy is designed to be more inclusive of the company’s commitment to addressing the complexities of today’s health care system and the role it plays in addressing the most pressing public health challenges of the day, nationally and in our communities.

Taking a Bite Out of Student Loan Debt

by Jim Witkin
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To get a good job and earn a good salary: stay in school, go to college, and get a degree. So goes the conventional wisdom, and the research bears this out. Countless studies have shown that individuals with college degrees will earn more money over the course of their careers than those without a degree.

But the numbers also show that for many, the degree comes with a mountain of student loan debt that will take a good portion of their careers to pay off.

Twitter Chat With Aetna: #HealthierWorld, Thursday, 6/7 Noon ET/ 9am PT

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Join Aetna, The American Public Health Association, the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District, Mercy Maricopa, 3BL Media and Triple Pundit, as we discuss what it will take to ensure a #HealthierWorld! Thursday, June 7, Noon ET/9am PT/5pm BT

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Join Aetna, The American Public Health Association, the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District, Mercy Maricopa, 3BL Media and Triple Pundit, as we discuss what it will take to ensure a #HealthierWorld! Thursday, June 7, Noon ET/9am PT/5pm BT

Leading CEOs Present Long-Term Business Strategies to Institutional Investors

CECP aims to spark the movement of trillions of dollars in capital to reward corporations that integrate material environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors into long-term business plans
Press Release

NEW YORK, September 19, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Building off the momentum from its successful inaugural Forum in February, CECP: The CEO Force for Good will again host CEOs from leading S&P 500 companies at the September 19 CEO Investor Forum (CIF) in New York.

Engaging Remote Employees

by Danielle Holly
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By Danielle Holly, Common Impact

11th Annual CECP Board of Boards Convening of CEOs

Address Societal Challenges, Deepen Connections to Strategic Investor Community, Build the Business for the Future
Press Release

New York, January 11, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Fifty CEOs of the world’s largest companies will convene at CECP’s 11th annual Board of Boards: Competing for the Long Run, February 29, 2016 in New York, NY. A Forbes-named top three “power player” event for CEOs, the Board of Boards is a closed-door, CEO-to-CEO forum on the case for thinking long-term about business and societal strategies.

Health Insurance Companies Report Higher Than Expected Profits for 3Q Under the ACA - The Minute

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Health insurers are reporting third quarter results, and the numbers are attracting a lot of scrutiny from investors since they represent three-quarters of the first full year of changes under the Affordable Care Act. The figures are attracting even more attention because health insurance companies are recording higher than projected profits.

Accountable Care Organizations Report Lower Costs- Health Minute for September 16th, 2013

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Accountable Care Organizations, ACOs, are at the center of the new Affordable Care Act. This healthcare business model bases insurance payments to healthcare providers on the quality of care they deliver, not the traditional fees-for-service. Skeptics have questioned the projected savings, but now, there are hard numbers to prove that ACO’s can deliver lower costs and increased profits. The CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield program that covers one million members in Maryland, northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

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