• Promoting a Healthier Workforce

    Health and Productivity Management

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  • Health and Productivity Management Center 

    HPM Center

    Smart business leaders are confronting spiraling health costs in a new way: by promoting a healthier workforce. They recognize that health and wellness programs can actually improve productivity, bringing a better return to the bottom line than mere cost containment.

    This concept is at the heart of a major new ACOEM initiative:

    The Health and Productivity Management Center
    Housed at ACOEM headquarters in suburban Chicago, the HPM Center offers the most comprehensive mix of Health and Productivity Management services in the nation – from the leading experts on HPM:

    • Educational course the  HPM Clinic – Ranging from 2-3 hours to full day; can be customized forin-house training or in conjunction with regional or national meetings, the course is packed with hands-on instruction in the principles of HPM. E-mail memberinfo@acoem.org for more information.
    • HPM Toolkit – ACOEM offers the most thorough site on HPM available –The Health and Productivity Management Toolkit is a special workplace resource created by ACOEM.  The Toolkit helps individuals understand the concepts of Health and Productivity Management (HPM) and the value of a healthy workforce by providing access to video, audio and written content – including more than 1,000 pages of academic and research material – that you can use to build your skills in Health and Productivity Management.   The HPM Toolkit will be periodically updated and is available through an on-line subscription. Physicians may use the toolkit to obtain up to 10 CME/MOC credits.

    Subscription is FREE for ACOEM Members! 


    “ACOEM'S mission is to promote healthier, more productive workplaces, and the HPM Toolkit offers practical advice and resources to help achieve this goal. It is by far the most comprehensive collection of educational material on the topic of HPM available anywhere today.” 

    ACOEM Past President Pamela A. Hymel, MD, MPH, FACOEM