Effective occupational medicine: opinions wanted

October 10th, 2005 by Julie Ferguson

Want to have an impact on the future of occupational medicine? Do you purchase (or influence the purchase) of occupational medicine services for your organization? Do you manage relationships with medical service providers for your company? If so, the American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) invites your opinion via an online survey. Click here to take the survey.
The purpose of the survey is to assist the American College of Occupational and Environmental medicine (ACOEM) in learning more about the current practices, priorities, and point of view of those who pay for and use occupational medical services. In particular, ACOEM wants to learn how company managers and executives in organizations are currently viewing a few major issues in organizational and occupational health. ACOEM also wants to hear what companies look for when choosing physicians to provide either hands-on or consulting medical services for their workers compensation and disability programs.
The survey is being conducted by Crescendo Consulting Group, a national research and consulting firm based in Portland, ME. Results will go directly to Crescendo Consulting Group to preserve anonymity.
The survey should take less than 15 minutes of your time, and individual responses will be confidential. In exchange for participation, ACOEM will provide an executive summary of results to any participants who supply contact information.