Cost-Effectiveness Report Attracting National Attention
Bravewell’s recently published report, The Efficacy and Cost-Effectiveness of Integrative Medicine, is attracting national attention.
Aside from being available on The Bravewell Collaborative website, the report was also published in the September/October issue of the peer-reviewed and indexed medical journal, EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing.
The full report is being presented on the online healthcare seminars at www.theconference.ca and from Oct 17 -23, 2011, it was their featured presentation. Theconference.ca is an international health care conference that showcases best practices and the latest in health care strategies and thought from around the world. Health care professionals, consultants, organizations and businesses from across all sectors, disciplines and philosophies, present important work. Access to the site is free.
The report was featured on the health care blog Visions Medical. The blog said, “We prioritize staying current on the latest research and literature supporting Integrative Medicine as a prevailing form of treatment and prevention. Most recently, The Bravewell Collaborative, a foundation supporting and spearheading the Integrative Medicine movement from knowledge to practice, released a report that overwhelmingly proved the cost-effectiveness of Integrative Medicine.”
The Efficacy and Cost-Effectiveness of Integrative Medicine was also included in the October edition of Research Review, a monthly report published by the Institute for the Biocultural Study of Religion (IBCSR). The IBCSR Research Review (IRR) furnishes online information about research articles related to the scientific study of religion, published in leading journals in the previous month, including relevant articles about spirituality, medicine, and health. It is delivered free via email to those who sign up to receive it on IBCSR's website (www.ibcsr.org).
“The Bravewell Collaborative is pleased to see the increasing interest in integrative medicine and its ability to improve care and reduce costs,” said Christy Mack, President and Co-Founder of the Bravewell Collaborative.