Despite mounting evidence of the positive impacts of Community Health Worker programs, there is currently a lack of data relating these services to financial outcomes. One possible method to further evaluate and understand these programs’ economic impact is the “return on investment” (ROI) analysis, which calculates the total benefit derived from each dollar invested in a program.
This one page brief report offers an overview of the studies conducted on determining the ROI of CHW interventions across the U.S., and suggestions on how to conduct an ROI analysis on your program. It is available for free to our resource portfolio members.
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