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Michael P. O'Donnell, PhD, MBA, MPH;
Editor in Chief, American Journal of Health Promotion


Established in 1986, the American Journal of Health Promotion was the first peer-reviewed publication devoted exclusively to health promotion. More than 25 years later it remains true to its original goals:

  • Provide a forum for the many diverse disciplines that contribute to health promotion
  • Reduce the gap between health promotion research and practice by delivering the most current and relevant research in the field while addressing its practical application.

Producing the Best Health and Financial Outcomes
by Using the Most Effective Health Promotion Strategies

Core Conference: March 20-22, 2013
Intensive Training Seminars: March 18-19, 2013
Westin Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

The Medical Fitness Association in collaboration with the American Journal of Health Promotion to present a two-day Intensive Training Seminar, Best Practices in Developing and Managing a Medical Fitness Facility.
Join Ken Germano, CEO & President of the Medical Fitness Association and a distinguished panel of presenters including:
Medical Fitness and the Experience Economy - The Integrated Model
Jeff Bensky, PhD
President, JMB Associates
Creating the Opportunity to Practice Medical Fitness
John Caliri
Director, FirstHealth Centers for Health & Fitness
Medical Fitness & Clinical Integration, "The Outcome and Business Solution"
Douglas Ribley, MS
Vice President of Health & Wellness Services, Akron General Health System
What Hospital Leadership Wants/Needs to Know About Medical Fitness
Neil Sol, PhD
Director, SFO Medical Clinic

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This session will outline the elements necessary for a successful medical fitness facility including facility design and site selection, attracting and retaining members, tailoring programs appropriate to members' health conditions, integrating programs with primary care and acute condition medical departments, creating ancillary revenue streams, responsible fiscal management, and meeting the needs of top management.  All of the presenters have extensive experience in designing, managing and owning successful medical fitness facilities.  This session is appropriate for leaders of successful facilities that want to perfect their strategies as well as professionals in hospital and commercial settings who are considering developing programs.
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