Monthly Archives: May 2013

Preparing for the Patient Revolution

Providers don’t just operate in silos defined by their professions, their delivery systems, or their theoretical paradigms. They operate in silos of information. There is simply so much information out there, it’s hard to track, let alone digest. By 1900, … Continue reading

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Chiropractic & Primary Care: What’s the Right Question?

The well-documented work-force challenges facing the current American ‘health’ care system seem to paint a very dark picture for patients. According to a 2010 study by the American Association of Medical Colleges, by 2025 there will be a projected shortage … Continue reading

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Population Health and Chiropractic

My friend and noted integrative health blogger John Weeks challenged me in his response to my post on Leadership Lost with a question: ‘what would you prescribe for chiropractic’s involvement and contribution, as opposed to what would you like to avoid?’ Great … Continue reading

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