WHAT’S MISSING FROM HEALTH CARE?

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IHPC provides insights and information to understand how shifting the focus of healthcare from reaction to prevention is powerfully advantageous. In this new paradigm, health creation and promotion can create considerable cost savings while improving healthy outcomes for all Americans. Click on any of the buttons below to find out more about integrative health and wellness. 


National Attorneys General Show Courage and Leadership in Opioid Crisis – call for prioritizing non–opioid pain options.


Non-Pharma Approaches to Pain & Wellbeing – MOVING BEYOND MEDICATIONS


Reference booklet aggregates the results of integrative care research – “Today’s Answer to Affordable Care”


The Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress: Gathering, for the first time, leaders and experts representing the full scope of licensed and certified health care professionals involved in pain care, along with insurers, regulators, people with pain, researchers, and policy experts who believe that integrative pain care is essential.


IHPC Recommends Education Critical for Adoption of Non-pharmacologic Pain Treatments: Response to FDA request for public comment


Future of CMS Innovation Center? Make it Integrative


IHPC Responses to NCCIH Draft of its Five Year Strategic Plan


Advancing Non-discrimination in Healthcare: A key aim in removing barriers to health


Congress Focuses on Integrative Health & Wellness

Bipartisan Effort Cites Prevention and Healthcare Delivery Change

Join Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), and Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) in the new Integrative Health and Wellness Caucus, a bipartisan Congressional effort. In the midst of the largest American health crisis in recent history, this Caucus will provide legislators and other policy and regulatory officials the opportunity to understand how shifting the focus in healthcare to prevention, health creation and health promotion can result in considerable cost savings while improving health outcomes for all Americans.

The Integrative Health and Wellness (IHW) Caucus will serve as a non-partisan educational forum for legislators to:

  • Receive the latest information from experts on best practices and new research
  • Identify legislative and administrative opportunities across federally funded health programs to bring solutions to the American people.

Members of Congress who would like to join the Caucus should contact Representative Chu’s office directly at 202-225-5464. For more information on the IHW Caucus, contact IHPC’s Director of Government Affairs, Kallie Guimond, at kguimond@ihpc.org.