116th Congress Focuses on Integrative Health & Wellness
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The bipartisan Congressional Integrative Health and Wellness Caucus has been registered with two new co-chairs at the helm for the 116th Congress. Representative Judy Chu (CA-21st) will serve as the Democratic leader with Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-2nd) as the Republican leader, replacing former Caucus co-chairs Colorado Congressmen Polis and Coffman, respectively. Read More & Take Action Today!

37 State AGs tell insurance industry non-opioid pain treatment options are essential

The Attorneys General of 37 states have co-signed a letter to the private insurance company trade association AHIP, asking for coverage to ensure care providers can deliver non-drug, non-opioid treatment for pain management. IHPC strongly endorses in this Press Release. Click the headline above.

Non-Pharma Approaches to Pain & Wellbeing


A new campaign from IHPC and partners that recommends non-pharmacological approaches as first-line pain treatment. The Pocket Guide for primary care physicians and their patients shows the new therapeutic order.

Future of CMS Innovation Center? Make it Integrative

IHPC response to CMS RFI on CMMI: evidence on quality and cost effectiveness that aligns strongly with CMS' own Triple Aim goals for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and reducing the costs of care.


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Margaret Erickson: Changing the healthcare paradigm—A holistic nurse’s perspective

Nursing may be one of the most trusted professions around, but Margaret Erickson believes it needs to be elevated and respected at a new level. Nurses and the care they provide are foundational to the healthcare system and play a prominent role in today’s pandemic crisis. Yet nursing care is usually included in hospital budgets, shockingly, as “lodging expenses.”  Erickson is u

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: “Pain-demic” – Fallout from COVID-19 Congressional Briefing

“Pain-demic” – Fallout from COVID-19 Congressional Briefing The Opioid Epidemic and Recommendations for Non-Drug Approaches to Pain Management WASHINGTON, DC – July 30, 2020 – The “Pain-demic” bi-partisan virtual briefing hosted by the Integrative Health Policy Consortium (IHPC) and the Congressional Caucus for Integrative Health and Wellness highlighted how COVID-1

Finding Clarity in Crisis

Reevaluation, vision and opportunity In times of trouble or when crisis strikes, what is most important to us usually becomes crystal clear. The global pandemic and the surging movement to finally end systemic racism have sharpened that clarity for IHPC through its mission to eliminate barriers to health for All.  Over the last four months that has translated into increasing ou

Statement from the Integrative Health Policy Consortium

House Appropriations Committee Supports IHPC Priorities July 14, 2020 The Integrative Health Policy Consortium (IHPC) praises the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee for including language in two recent reports accompanying the Fiscal Year 2021 Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Appropriations and the Fiscal Year 2021 Military Constructions, Veter