CVS launches 'Transform Health 2030' CSR report

CVS Health has unveiled Transform Health 2030, its new corporate social responsibility (CSR) framework for the next 10 years. The report lays out how CVS will work to simplify health care, support the development of its colleagues, invest in community health, and reduce its environmental impact.

CVS Health has unveiled Transform Health 2030, its new corporate social responsibility (CSR) framework for the next 10 years. The report lays out how CVS will work to simplify health care, support the development of its colleagues, invest in community health, and reduce its environmental impact. The plan has four main pillars: Healthy People, Healthy Business, Healthy Community, and Healthy Planet. CVS made significant progress toward these goals in 2019. Achievements include opening more than 50 HealthHub locations to help improve health outcomes, generating more than $5.6 billion in economic impact, and creating 35,000 jobs for minority and women-owned business through its supplier diversity program. The company also delivered $6.4 million in free health care services to 70,000 participants through Project Health in 2019 and invested a total of $50 million in affordable housing. CVS also removed oxybenzone and octinoxate from all store-brand sunscreens, among other actions.