FON: The Business of Integrative Health & Medicine

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Disruptive Functional Medicine Innovation Drives Value-Based Future at Cleveland Clinic

Is the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine poised to disrupt how chronic disease is treated, and reimbursed from commercial payers and Medicare, by delivering value over volume? [Special Report]

Telemedicine Legal Series—Part 1: Practice Issues

What is the difference between ‘telehealth and ‘telemedicine’? Expert healthcare attorney Michael H. Cohen explains the laws governing both the practice of medicine and other health professions. Learn legal definitions and more.

Hospital Systems Ignore Integrative Medicine at their Peril

The majority of hospital systems and cancer centers in major U.S. markets now offer an integrative medicine program of some shape or form.

How to Get Paid Delivering Integrative Medicine

The future of evidence-based integrative healthcare delivery is limited to its economic feasibility, at both the consumer and practitioner level. This post focuses on the latter.

The Economic Potential of Integrative Medicine

h5. With a growing list of integrative medicine and integrative oncology centers and clinics in the U.S., and a recent report from Nutrition Business Journal stating that consumption of natural products and integrative medicine services is projected to reach $50B annually—those on the outside looking in would assume that it’s an exciting and lucrative time…

 
 
 

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