What Is Included in Introductory Return on Investment (ROI): The Worth of a Community Health Worker?
Community Health Worker programs can have a great impact on communities and health outcomes, while also being cost effective. In the Introductory Return on Investment (ROI): The Worth of a Community Health Worker Program session, supervisors will learn about the data supporting the investment of dollars in Community Health Worker programs and how they can begin to apply this concept to their own organization. The objectives for this session are to:
- Define Return on Investment and its importance to organizations employing Community Health Workers
- Demonstrate the financial worth of the Community Health Worker professions in organizations and communities
Make The Training Work For You
This session can be completed individually or as a full Foundations training. If you would like to mix and match sessions to create your own training package, please contact us for additional information.
This training session can be provided on-site at the location of your choice or as a live, fully interactive virtual training.
This training session lasts 2 hours. A virtual training costs $639 and an on-site training is $2,219* including all travel costs.