Tactics to Structure Integrative Medicine Programs at Teaching Hospitals
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Integrative medicine practitioners offer patients with various ailments complementary care that may enhance their quality of life and rate of recovery. Since integrative therapies are not grounded in traditional medicine, some physicians have been slow to accept their benefits, presenting a challenge to integrative medicine center administrators who seek to generate patient referrals from these physicians. This brief describes the structure of integrative medicine programs at four teaching hospitals.