The CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ provides a framework for employers to have a healthier workplace by focusing on cancer risk reduction, early detection, access to clinical trials and high-quality care.
Welcome to CEO Cancer Gold Standard
Effective health and well-being programs are constantly evolving. Health benefits and well-being programs must adapt to keep pace as an organization grows, mission priorities change, and corporate and community cultures shift. The Gold Standard framework and application now reflect this dynamic.
Rather than a simple pass/fail accreditation, the Gold Standard Journey now captures and celebrates an organization's evolving commitment to the health and well-being of its employees, their families and communities.
The Gold Standard seeks to support a culture of health by focusing on Five key Pillars. At the recommendation of the Gold Standard Health and Well-Being Council, the CEO Roundtable on Cancer Board of Directors is proud to announce the Updated Pillars.
The new Pillars prioritize health education, navigation and communication efforts and include well-being categories beyond physical health. They also emphasize attention to health equity -- the goal for every person to be as healthy as possible regardless of their circumstance or background.
With the onset of the pandemic in early 2020, Gold Standard employers found themselves well positioned to react swiftly and effectively to the unprecedented challenges faced by the global community. The importance of employee and community health, well-being, and resilience has never been more apparent.
Wanting to expand the reach and impact of the life-saving tenets of the Gold Standard, critical changes have been made to the Gold Standard application. New requirements have been incorporated into the framework, the application scoring model has changed and an applicant feedback report is being introduced.
As a result, there is an impact to the 2022 Re-Accreditation.