Ezekiel Emanuel, a medical doctor and former chief health policy advisor to President Obama, has a pretty good idea of what we can expect to see in health care over the next decade – things like the end of insurance companies as we know them, an increased focus on treating the … [Read more...] about A trend toward patient-driven health care
Is it possible that the real health problem in America isn’t so much the lack of access to quality care as it is too much access? According to a recent article in The Atlantic, this may very well be the case, at least for some of us. But it’s also possible that as we begin to … [Read more...] about Are we getting too much health care?
How integrative medicine can make health care simpler, more effective and more affordable. Marco Visscher, Ursula Sautter and Carmel Wroth | November 2009 issue Suffering from headaches and depression? Don't let your doctor put you on Prozac; instead, look for the … [Read more...] about Five steps to better health through integrative medicine
While economic upheaval has caused many businesses to fail, Ode has interviewed several entrepreneurs who have found ways to thrive and remain focused on positive social change. We interviewed them about their companies, how they view the current economic situation, how they … [Read more...] about Interview with Preston Maring, founder of Kaiser Permanente's Farmers Markets
Andrew Weil is responsible for popularizing integrative medicine. He says Victoria Maizes is an up-and-coming pioneer in the field. Stacey Kalish | Jan/Feb 2009 issue Victoria Maizes, Executive director, Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. Tucson, Arizona Photo: Brendan … [Read more...] about Victoria Maizes: Taking integrative medicine mainstream