The American College of Preventive Medicine Corporate Roundtable is an ongoing forum for mission-aligned private sector organizations to discuss and advance issues of shared interest with the College.
ACPM is the nation’s sole medical specialty organization primarily focused on prevention and public health. It strives to improve health promotion, disease prevention, public health and evidence-based health care quality improvement for both individuals and populations. ACPM’s almost 2,700 physician members (view member profile) have both individuals and populations as their "patients” and, as such, oversee policies, practices and resources that can impact health, health care delivery and corporate productivity.
The intent of the Corporate Roundtable is to foster communication between ACPM and Corporate Roundtable members about topics of mutual interest. Corporate Roundtable members meet twice annually, once in September at ACPM headquarters in Washington, DC and once at the Preventive Medicine conference held each year in February.
With great appreciation, ACPM acknowledges the generosity of our 2016 Corporate Roundtable members
In its transactions with Corporate Roundtable members and other industry partners, ACPM commits that its educational activities, scientific programs, products, services and advocacy positions are independent of Company influence, and, likewise, ACPM in no way endorses the products or services of said Companies. ACPM has developed and adopted its own Guidelines for Relationships Between ACPM and Private Corporations, and endorsed the CMSS Code for Interactions with Companies to foster such independence.
ACPM Board of Regents & Corporate Roundtable
ACPM Headquarters in Washington, DC
Issues that Corporate Roundtable members and ACPM address include:
- Educational and programmatic support for employers (both health and non-health related organizations) related to health, health care management, employee fitness and corporate productivity;
- Improving the delivery of clinical preventive services by clinicians within both established and new, innovative care systems;
- Advancing policy and advocacy issues (e.g., improving coverage for preventive services, tobacco cessation, nutrition, physical activity, healthy communities, corporate wellness, and linkages);
- Addressing emerging issues identified by CR members that might benefit from ACPM study, application of existing best practices, or joint proposals to interested funding entities for analysis or improvement;
- Developing new educational resources in changing disciplines, including infectious disease management, environmental health, cardiovascular fitness and lifestyle medicine.
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Please contact Maureen Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org 505-220-0605 to learn more about how your organization can benefit from joining the ACPM Corporate Roundtable.