Welcome to HBOM


HBOM is a partnering Collaborative
Quality Initiative (CQI).

We work with other CQIs to help their participating POs, hospitals, practices, and providers to make the healthy choice the easy choice.

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Healthy Eating

HBOM is making healthy eating the easy choice, starting with the Healthy Eating JUMPSTART program. This program delivers low carbohydrate groceries directly to patients with low income and type 2 diabetes.


Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco is the single greatest preventable cause of disease and premature death in America today. HBOM is working to ensure all patients get the support they need to quit smoking.  


Physical Activity

Stay tuned for exciting updates in 2023!


 Low carb eating patterns have been shown to decrease glucose variability, hunger, cravings, and insulin requirements for patients with type 2 diabetes.

Food is medicine.

Explore resources for lower carb lifestyle. 

JUMPSTART Low Carb Curriculum

Coming Soon!

70% of smokers want to quit, but in Michigan only 15% receive treatment.

We can do better.

We want to make offering tobacco treatment easy. Explore some of our resources below.

Tobacco Cessation Resource Library

Explore dozens of tobacco cessation resources for both providers and patients.


Tobacco Cessation Provider Box

The Tobacco Cessation Provider Box includes everything your practice needs to start offering tobacco cessation treatment in the State of Michigan. The box includes:

  • Quit Smoking Resource Guide Tear Off Pad (50 sheets)
  • Quit Smoking Medication Cards
  • Tap for Support NFC Card
  • Michigan Tobacco Quitline Cards
  • Value-Based Reimbursement Toolkit
  • Waiting Room Poster
  • Suite of Digital Tools

You can customize the content of your box. CLICK HERE to inquire about receiving one.

Tobacco Cessation VBR Partners

Access tools for partnering organizations and learn more about how we partner with CQIs to promote tobacco cessation.


 Nearly 1/3 of adults in Michigan with chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, and obesity, reported zero leisure time physical activity in the past month.

Promoting physical activity is one of the most effective ways to improve health and well-being.

Check back for updates to this initiative in 2023