The overarching goal of PRIMIER is to build a national database that will enable PRIMIER researchers to evaluate the change in patient-reported outcomes (e.g., quality of life, mood, stress, and pain) over time for patients receiving Integrative Healthcare. The database is populated as patients complete an online survey at specified intervals.
Finding therapies that are financially within reach or covered by health insurance can be challenging, but the The Get Well Program at Cincinnati’s Alliance Integrative Medicine (AIM) is bringing help to the underserved.
A Report from the Bravewell Clinical Network outlines the current practices of seven leading integrative medicine clinics in the U.S.
A dialogue with Steve Amoils, MD, and Sandi Amoils, MD, in the June 2014 Townsend Letter.
Data supporting the efficacy and cost effectiveness of an integrative approach to health care comes from three sources: medical research conducted at universities, studies carried out by corporations developing employee wellness programs, and pilot projects run by insurance companies. The integrative approaches being studied place the patient at the center of the care and address the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and environmental influences that affect a person’s health.
The BraveNet prospective observational study on integrative medicine treatment approaches for pain.
Objective: To describe characteristics and motivation of patients seeking care at an Integrative Medicine clinic.
How Integrative Medicine Is Being Practiced in Clinical Centers Across the United States.
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