About American Institute for Preventive Medicine
Since 1983, the American Institute for Preventive Medicine has been internationally recognized for its ability to implement wellness programs in a way that increases engagement, motivation, and behavior change. The Institute has helped over 13,000 organizations reduce health care costs and absenteeism, while increasing productivity.
AIPM is one of the first five companies to receive URAC Accreditation for Comprehensive Wellness which demonstrates meeting or exceeding industry recognized standards.
For the first time in history, our workforce is comprised of four unique generations. AIPM is a leader in addressing the needs of these groups. With the perfect combination of “high touch” and “high tech” approaches, we engage everyone in one, cohesive program. Our CALMEr2 approach addresses 7 key areas to create a corporate culture of health. It stands for Communication, Assessment, Lifestyle Enhancement, Medical Self-Care, Education, Rewards and Reporting.
AIPM is also uniquely positioned to be the only wellness provider you need. Just as no two populations are the same, no two wellness programs should be the same either. Let our experienced wellness consultants, help you design a successful program.
The AIPM Advantage:
• Dedicated Wellness Consultants. When you choose to work with AIPM, you have more than a partner in wellness: you have a dedicated wellness consultant, trained to design the best program for your organization.
• Research Driven Approach. Our development team and Medical Advisory board work tirelessly to incorporate the latest research into our products and services. Recently, we’ve found a way to leverage behavioral economics to drive engagement.
• Real Results. You’re not in business for 37 years without happy and engaged
clients and participants
American Institute for Preventive Medicine Offerings
- PLATFORMS & HUBS
- Wellness Companies
- H&P POINT SOLUTIONS
- Corporate Sleep Disorder Vendors
- Mindfulness at Work
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- Tobacco Cessation Program
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Corporate Challenge Program
- Corporate Walking Challenge
- Corporate Nutrition Programs
- Health Coaches
- Health Coaching Software
- Telephonic Health Coach
- Incentive Fulfillment Companies
- Weight Management Programs
- CLINICS, ASSESSMENTS & SCREENINGS
- Biometric Screening
- Finger Stick Blood Test
- Off Site Lab Testing Programs
- Corporate Immunization Companies
- Health Risk Assessment
- Physician Forms
- DECISION SUPPORT
- Care Management Companies
- Disease Management Programs
American Institute for Preventive Medicine Reviews
American Institute for Preventive Medicine Materials
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