According to a 2015 article by BioMed Central, the primary factors that motivate health organizations to pursue corporate social responsibility include reputational benefits, recruitment and employee satisfaction, better rankings in sustainability indices, entrance into new markets, long-term economic returns and improved population health. The article concluded, “CSR is of increasing importance for health organizations.”
As studies like this have become more prevalent, corporations have taken notice, with the majority of health organizations now undertaking major Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) campaigns. But with effective strategies and outcomes still being assessed, how can your organization be sure that its community efforts are impactful and cost-effective?
In our NTC ED Talk video and whitepaper, NTC’s Vice President of Operations Pat Rowan discusses how quality assurance measures can help.