With integrative medicine set to emerge as the primary form of healthcare in our country, the opportunity for practitioners to reach patients has never been greater—but having both the clinical and business expertise to run and grow a successful practice can be a challenge. In these interviews with 2 of the industry’s top clinical experts, Tieraona Low Dog, MD, and Mimi Guarneri, MD, listeners will learn more about the intersection of (and need for) both clinical and business expertise, as well as the great opportunity that exists for integrative practitioners to positively impact medical care in our country. Interested listeners can hear more from these experts at this year’s IGNITE Conference, being held just outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 13-16.
“There’s not enough conversation surrounding the issue of ethics in medicine,” states Low Dog in this interview in which she describes practical ways to “clean up our ethical house.” Low Dog will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming IGNITE Conference, where she will address some of the tough ethical issues that integrative practitioners face today.
Read Dr. Low Dog’s full bio HERE
Pioneering a New Model of Care: An Interview with Mimi Guarneri, MD
In this podcast Guarneri talks about a team approach and how integrative practitioners can expand their tool box to help transform medicine. She describes the topic of the keynote she will deliver at the 2016 IGNITE Conference, taking place this October.
Read Dr. Guarneri’s full bio HERE
Hear more from these experts during their keynote sessions at IGNITE Conference 2016!
Podcast originally published by Natural Medicine Journal. View page HERE