Practice Development

Heal Thy Practice Conference Highlights Economic Solutions for Holistic Healthcare

By Administrator - Vol. 9, No. 1. , 2008

Real health care reform is taking place in the clinics of doctors who’ve reclaimed their noble calling as healers, and who’ve created new business models for truly health-oriented, prevention-centered care. Holistic Primary Care is pround to announce our first conference, “Heal Thy Practice: Transforming Primary Care,” an intensive program focused on business development and practice management strategies that can empower physicians desiring to develop a thriving holistic practice.

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Defining Your Values Is Key to Building a Healthy Practice

By Erik L. Goldman | Editor in Chief - Vol. 8, No. 4. , 2007

Now more than ever, the nation needs health care systems that focus on prevention. Equally pressing is the need to restore economic viability to primary care and rebuild physician-patient relationships. The changes will only come when doctors re-define their professional values and restructure their practices accordingly. Dr. Elson Haas, a holistic pioneer with more than 30 years’ experience, reflects on the values underlying his thriving practice.

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Fee-for-Service, Concierge Practice: The Right Models for Holistic Care?

By August West | Contributing Writer - Vol. 9, No. 3. , 2008

Despite the rapid growth of public interest in holistic medicine, and broader acceptance in medical circles, most Americans are hard-pressed to find physicians who provide comprehensive holistic care. Because most holistic services are not covered by insurance, doctors are obliged to develop new practice models outside the insurance framework. Fee-for-service and concierge care hold great appeal, but also present significant challenges.

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