Complementary and Integrative Medicine Law, Ethics, and Policy
Bring Michael to your next conference or event to capture the imagination with a keynote speech or fact-filled breakout session on any aspect of healthcare law, regulation, ethics, or policy dealing with alternative, complementary, and integrative medicine. Michael tailors talks to each audience with specific examples from your organization.
|• Can Integrative Medicine be Made Legally Defensible, Ethically Appropriate, and Clinically Responsible?
• Malpractice Liability Risk Management in Complementary Medicine
• Managing Credentialing, Discipline, and Common Practice Perils
• Herbal Medicine in Clinical Practice: A Medico-Legal Primer
• Spirituality in Healthcare: Opportunities and Legal Cautions
• Legal Boundaries and Ethics in Healing
• Future Medicine: Befriending Technology While Honoring the Soul
|As an attorney and published author, Michael is an experienced speaker to such top medical schools, hospitals, corporations, and other organizations as Harvard Law School, Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Divinity School, the First International Congress on Tibetan Medicine, and the Society for Air Force Physicians. He has appeared in nationally syndicated radio interviews, television shows, and newspapers, from Discovery Health Channel to “Here’s to your Health,” the Los Angeles Times, the Houston Chronicle, and Dynamic Chiropractic.||
“I heard Michael present the legal landscape of this very novel and unfamiliar area of health care to a ballroom filled with thought leaders from medical education and health care delivery systems, and was immediately impressed with his intellect and thoughtfulness. On that day he not only summarized the state of the law regarding complementary medicine, but also gave us a glimpse of what the future might hold for medicine….” Karen Adams, M.D., Oregon University Health Sciences
“Michael’s work unquestionably stands with that of other luminaries such as Rachel Naomi Remen MD, Jon Kabat-Zinn MD, and Dean Ornish, MD, who have been pioneers in this area….”