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Defining and Fulfilling True Patient-Centered Care

Though the popular catch-phrase “patient-centered care” is often used, but it may be missing the mark because needs are not being met in this COVID-19 era of care. Patient drop outs and refusals are common with telemedicine becoming more common, as a recent telemedicine Cochran Database study shows. In this article, we propose a novel approach to patient-centered care that can be applied in virtual, telemedicine-style practices and in-person clinics

A Lifestyle Program Like No Other

Introducing the Next Level Lifestyle Program, brought to by Biotics Research 2020 has presented many challenges, but has also taught us lessons: Overweight and obese patients are at a greater risk for infectious diseases 95% of healthcare practitioners lost business during quarantine Patients are looking for healthy solutions and you, our healthcare practitioners, need virtual practice options. Clinical Benefits for Your Patients. Optimal Metabolic Function Ideal Body Composition Increased Energy

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Successfully Launch An Online Wellness Education and Lifestyle Medicine Program

Since the pandemic, they way you manage your patient relationships, their wellness goals and market your practice has no doubt changed. Even if you thought everything was covered before the world turned upside down, there is much to learn in this new digital age of medicine. And, there’s always something new to learn about launching an online program, no matter how many times you’ve launched one. Tools are constantly being

The Benefits of Becoming a Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner

The new Lifestyle Medicine (LM) diplomas and lifestyle medicine’s recent addition to the curriculum at medical schools such as Cambridge University represent its emergence as a standalone specialty. However, despite its basis in a holistic approach to health, LM is not a complementary or alternative form of medicine. It is a mainstream, evidence-based specialty that uses lifestyle therapeutic approaches to prevent, treat, or modify non-communicable chronic diseases that account for

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Defining and Fulfilling True Patient-Centered Care

Though the popular catch-phrase “patient-centered care” is often used, but it may be missing the mark because needs are not being met in this COVID-19 era of care. Patient drop outs and refusals are common with telemedicine becoming more common, as a recent telemedicine Cochran Database study shows. In this

A Lifestyle Program Like No Other

Introducing the Next Level Lifestyle Program, brought to by Biotics Research 2020 has presented many challenges, but has also taught us lessons: Overweight and obese patients are at a greater risk for infectious diseases 95% of healthcare practitioners lost business during quarantine Patients are looking for healthy solutions and you,

The Benefits of Becoming a Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner

The new Lifestyle Medicine (LM) diplomas and lifestyle medicine’s recent addition to the curriculum at medical schools such as Cambridge University represent its emergence as a standalone specialty. However, despite its basis in a holistic approach to health, LM is not a complementary or alternative form of medicine. It is