September 1993
Volume 74, Number 7

Providers need clear antitrust policies as they form integrated delivery networks.

These patient management strategies can eliminate unwarranted medical procedures, resulting in greater satisfaction for patients and lower costs for payers.

Catholic providers have the history, experience, and will to be a strong presence in the healthcare system reform debate.

Third-generation wellness efforts emphasize spiritual and emotional well-being as an inextricable part of physical health and healing.

Healthcare reform must include incentives for improving public health.

Alternative medicine raises difficult questions for researchers, providers, and patients.

A hospital's employee assistance program focuses on prevention and organizational wholeness.

Spirituality and medicine must find common ground in the new healthcare era.

Holistic spirituality retreats teach participants how to incorporate the principles of human wholeness into their lives.