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June 29, 2012

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There is still no strict definition on what alternative medicine really is. But presently, it borders on the broadness of description covered by what we know of as conventional or orthodox medicine. However, to define alternative medicine as we believe it to be, it may be a knowledge that is considered as unaccepted, untested and unscientific.

If we are developing CME to increase physician competence, physician performance and patient outcomes, then healthcare prices should naturally decrease and quality increase. We need to take a whole new look at healthcare; I have a physician (specialty in geriatrics) who just spoke yesterday on the importance of less care at end of life. It's a counter-intuitive idea (in modern medicine), but one that has proven to work in his practice; reducing cost and improving patient (and family) satisfaction.

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