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    How to Join

    ​Hundreds of businesses in Maryland have joined the Healthiest Maryland Businesses program! To join or growing network of health-minded businesses, complete the CDC Worksite Health ScoreCard by visiting: https://nccd.cdc.gov/DPH_WHSC/HealthScorecard/Home.aspx​. Instructions for how to add MDH as an administrator are below. 

     

    Why do I need to add MDH as an administrator on our CDC Worksite Health Scorecard?

    The Healthiest Maryland Businesses  program utilizes the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Worksite Health ScoreCard to evaluate worksite health promotion programs, policies, and environmental supports. Assessing ScoreCard data year over year helps you determine which strategies are effective and helps you identify which strategies should be prioritized in order to address the employee population. Our team uses that information to provide enhanced technical assistance and improve the benefits we offer our members. Please note, you or a member of your team should also be added as the point of contact administrator. 

    How do I add MDH as an administrator on the CDC site?

    When prompted, enter this information:

    First Name: Amanda 

    Last Name: Klein 

    Email Address:  mdh.hmb@maryland.gov

    Job Type: Other: MDH Administrator 

    ScoreCard Completion: No 

    Point of Contact: No 

    Click OK. An email will be sent that alerts MDH they have been added as an administrator. 

    What happens after we complete the Worksite Health Scorecard?

    Congratulations! You are now an official member of Healthiest Maryland Businesses and can start reaping the rewards.  In addition to those offered by our program, we also encourage you to use the results from your Worksite Health ScoreCard and access valuable tools available through CDC's Workplace Health Resource Center

    How often should our business complete the Worksite Health Scorecard?

    To maintain membership with Healthiest Maryland Businesses, the Worksite Health ScoreCard should be completed annually. Businesses will add MDH as an admin so we can access your scores and reports. This saves you from having to download and email them to the MDH coordinator.

    Can you tell me more about Healthiest Maryland Businesses before our business joins?

    Absolutely! We suggest starting by visiting our About Us ​page. If you still have questions, please contact us at mdh.hmb@maryland.gov.