In Argentina, population health is a national priority. While the country’s public health sector has made great progress toward improving health, national health outcomes lag behind comparable geographies in the region. As a result, the country faces an increasing burden of both non-communicable diseases and communicable diseases. Employers in Argentina are addressing these issues with an eye to controlling costs by improving efficiency and/or quality of health services, offering preventive services, and working toward building well-being programs. This report includes background information, program strategy and status, program types, staff support, complexities and barriers, data and measurement, and recommendations for employers.