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The Campaign to End Obesity

As American children head back to school, a study released today by the national accounting firm Ernst & Young for the Campaign to End Obesity found that the economic return on investment in providing healthy school meals is roughly $108.4 billion over a generation. These savings are directly related to the health and education improvements that are demonstrated to occur when children eat more nutritious foods during the school day...

CEO Action Fund Applauds Introduction of the Treat and Reduce Obesity Act of 2017

Washington, D.C. – The Campaign to End Obesity Action Fund today commended Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Tom Carper (D-DE) and Representatives Erik Paulsen (R-MN) and Ron Kind (D-WI) for reintroducing important legislation aimed to help address the U.S. obesity epidemic, which costs U.S. taxpayers some $200 billion each year – a figure that will continue to rise absent policy and other interventions. The “Treat and Reduce Obesity Act of 2017,” introduced in both the Senate and the House today, would give seniors with obesity access to needed, effective and safe therapeutic tools to help them lose and manage their weight, including counseling from trained health care professionals and FDA-approved pharmaceutical therapies. These tools, along with diet, exercise, and, in certain circumstances, surgery, can help to form a comprehensive obesity treatment approach. “As a doctor, I’ve seen obesity’s effect on a person’s physical and mental wellness,” said Dr. Cassidy. “We must work together to make effective treatment of obesity a priority. This bipartisan legislation will lower health costs and give patients access to proper tools for better health.” Currently, many of these tools are unavailable to seniors because they are not covered by Medicare. However, as economic evidence increasingly shows that effective interventions for patients with obesity and those at risk for obesity can generate long-term health and economic returns, there is growing interest in ensuring that Americans have the resources they need to achieve and sustain a healthy weight. Scott Goudeseune, chairman of the board of the CEO Action Fund, praised the legislation, saying, “Now is the time to make prevention and wellness a national priority and tackle the obesity crisis head-on. The severe health risks of obesity and the costs of care for obesity-related illnesses are alarming. Increasing patient access to effective weight management approaches will make a significant difference in fighting this disease and addressing its long-term budget impact.” “Obesity accounts for nearly 10 percent of all annual medical spending in the United States. Unless we do something to address the obesity epidemic, the costs and harm to public health will only continue to rise,” said Rep. Kind. “The Treat and Reduce Obesity Act of 2017 is a critical step to improving health outcomes for our aging population, as well as reining in out-of-control health care spending.”
Scott Goudeseune, President and CEO of the American Council on Exercise, Appointed New Board Chairman
Washington, D.C. - The Campaign to End Obesity (“the Campaign”) today announced that Scott Goudeseune, President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Council on Exercise (ACE), has been appointed the new Chairman of the organization’s Board of Directors. In announcing the Campaign's new leadership, outgoing Board chair Mark Schoeberl of the American Heart Association said, “Scott brings a wealth of experience in managing and growing nonprofit organizations and a vital perspective in particular on the role of physical activity in combating obesity. With obesity affecting one in three adults and one in five children in our country already, it's critically important that the Campaign continue to engage the best and the brightest leaders to promote policies that will move the needle on this epidemic. Scott is well equipped to this task." Said Goudeseune added, “It is a great honor to have been given the opportunity to lead the Campaign. I have watched as the Campaign’s work and influence has grown over the years, and I am excited about building upon that platform to tackle the substantial amount of work ahead of us.” The Campaign also announced that Jeffrey Poltawsky, Senior Vice President at the American Family Children’s Hospital at UW Health, has been appointed Vice Chair. Both Goudeseune and Poltawsky will serve one-year, renewable terms. The Board also named Ed Foster-Simeon, President and CEO of the U.S. Soccer Foundation, to another term as Treasurer. ### About the Campaign to End Obesity To help move the needle in the fight against obesity, the Campaign to End Obesity (“Campaign”) convenes leaders from across industry, academia, and public health to push for policy changes to address this epidemic. The Campaign provides the information and guidance necessary for decision-makers to advance policy changes designed to reverse one of the nation’s costliest diseases.