Salary Survey for Community Benefit

Community Benefit Connect is conducting a national salary and job survey for professionals working in community benefit! This survey will help to define the community benefit workplace and provide benchmark data. The results of the survey will be summarized and made available through Community Benefit Connect. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey.

Click here to take the survey

Community Benefit Connect is planning to conduct this survey annually. We are interested in your ideas for additional questions or clarification of current questions. We have provided comment sections in the survey to ask for your suggestions. If you have questions about this survey please contact Melissa Biel at

Join us in person at the Community Benefit Connect 4th Annual Convening

May 9, 2018, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Irvine, California

The Community Benefit Connect Fourth Annual Convening provides a unique networking opportunity for hospital community benefit professionals and those interested in community benefit. We will discuss current issues and challenges facing you as practitioners, and showcase the best of community benefit today. Community benefit professionals from a variety of settings will share models and make new connections. At this meeting we will release the model job description for community benefit based on a national job analysis. Join us as we learn from each other; discuss solutions to community challenges, and share advice and ideas. Come be inspired!

Event objectives

  • Meet and connect with community benefit colleagues.
  • Discuss emerging community benefit issues and discover ideas and solutions.

Click here to see the meeting agenda and register:
The conference fee is only $75 and includes breakfast and lunch.

Send Us Your Webinar Ideas

Community Benefit Connect is planning the 2018 webinar calendar. If you have suggestions for topics and/or speakers, please contact us with your ideas.
Email Melissa Biel at

Resources for Community Benefit

Oral Health
Families USA Issue Brief
Using Hospital Community Benefit to Improve Access to Oral Health Care

American Hospital Association Social Determinants of Health Series
Transportation and the Role of Hospitals

Best Practices for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Best Practices for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Programs: A Guide to Effective Health Care System Interventions and Community-Clinical Links.
Effective strategies in community programs linked to clinical services.

The Washington Post calls out hospitals in Baltimore for not doing more for asthma prevention as part of community benefit.