Summit on Integrative Medicine, Health of Public

Skyrocketing healthcare costs and the growing interest in unconventional healthcare approaches to prevention and wellness in the U.S has caught the attention of the government.  On February 25-27, 2009, The Institute of Medicine (IOM) convened to discuss what is deficient in conventional healthcare and explored models for a more integrative approach to healthcare.

The meeting included approximately 600 integrative medicine experts and leaders in government, industry and academia.  The summit provided critical information to improve and transform the U.S. healthcare system.

Dan Ullman published a summary of the Summit on  Mr. Ulman’s article also includes online links to access more information on the Summit.