CDC ScoreCard

The CDC Worksite Health ScoreCard is a tool designed to help employers assess their implementation of science-based health promotion and protection strategies in their worksites.  Chronic conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and obesity are among the most common and costly of all health problems, but adopting healthy lifestyles can help prevent them. A wellness program that seeks to keep employees healthy is a key long-term strategy that employers can use to manage their workforce and curb rising health care costs.  Detailed information about the CDC's ScoreCard program is available here.

Worksite ScoreCard

Introduction to the CDC's Worksite Health ScoreCard Tutorial
Online Health ScoreCard
Employers for Health Consortium - Akron Brochure
CDC Workplace Health Resource Center


Topic areas

Click on the links below for information and resources for each of the Health ScoreCard topic areas.

Organizational Supports banner
Tobacco Use banner
High Blood Pressure banner
High Cholesterol banner
Physical Activity banner
Weight Management banner
Nutrition banner
Heart Attack and Stroke banner
Diabetes banner
Depression banner
Stress Management banner
Alcohol and Substance Use banner
Sleep and Fatigue banner

Occupational Health and Safety
Vaccine Preventable Disease banner
Maternal Health & Lactation Support banner
Cancer banner