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HPM Bootcamp Program To Stamp Out Healthcare Problems

Keeping people healthy is crucial to how well business will succeed today and in the times to come, according to Health & Productivity Management Advisors Inc. (HPM). To help kick-start the strong relationship needed between employee health and productivity in America’s workplace, HPM has launched a hands-on approach for employees – a boot camp.

HPM Bootcamp is a nationwide series of intensive three-day training sessions that focus on the approach, design and implementation of health and productivity management programs with evidence-based and outcomes-driven information and insight.

Geared for employers and leaders who need to enforce a health and productivity management strategy within their employer, the HPM Bootcamp consists of three components, all which ultimately teach participants how to structure, design and implement programs to improve the health of their workforce, reduce costs and improve their productivity, profitability and competitive edge.

"The aim is to deliver 30,000-foot-level theory down to the street for a higher return on investment," said Les C. Meyer, CEO of HPM and co-founder of HPM Bootcamp.

The first of 18 scheduled HPM Bootcamps is scheduled for Nov. 14-16 in Birmingham, Ala. All events are national in scope yet address the local needs and issues as required and requested by HPM’s community partners; one focus point of the Alabama session is to help local employers overcome the healthcare conflicts that come with Alabamans leading the nation in diabetes and second place for obesity.

"We are pleased to offer Alabama employers an integrated approach to promoting health, and programs that strategically and systematically motivate employees to health achievement while improving the employer’s bottom line," said Karen Hill, president and CEO of Employers Coalition for Healthcare Options, Huntsville, and host of the first HPM Bootcamp.

For more details about the program, tuition costs, or to register, visit www.HPMBootcamp.com.

Address: Health & Productivity Management Advisors Inc., 3846 South Jersey Street, Denver, CO 80237; (303) 757-6756, www.HPMBootcamp.com.


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