Our voices and actions make a difference as our nation faces critical challenges in healthcare reform and management, including the national opioid crisis.
One of IHPC’s long-standing objectives has been to support simple and direct access for members of Congress to the most recent developments about the improved health outcomes and cost-reducing qualities of integrative practice and its increasing adoption within the U.S. healthcare system.
Bi-partisan leadership of Colorado congressmen — Democrat Jared Polis and Republican Mike Coffman —recently created the first-ever Congressional Integrative Health and Wellness Caucus. Serving as a non-partisan educational forum for up-to-date information regarding the role of integrative health, wellness and medicine, the Caucus provides the opportunity for education and discussion regarding legislative and administrative options that can make integrative healthcare more readily available. Congress has significant authority over federally funded programs and grants to the states that impact health and healthcare in America.
• Take Action as a constituent and urge your Representative to join this important new bipartisan effort in Congress.