David Riley founded the Integrative Medicine Institute (IMI) to help improve healthcare decision making through research, analysis, and clinical practice. One goal has been to combine the best of complementary and conventional medicine in a holistic and collaborative model of care for patients.

IMI has led a variety of practice-based health services research efforts on effectiveness, safety, patient satisfaction, and costs when complementary and alternative therapies are integrated with conventional medicine since 1992. We have helped create data collection networks serving as a bridge between stakeholder in Integrative Medicine in the United States and Europe. Dr. Riley is currently involved in a variety of international Integrative Medicine consulting projects ranging from medical publishing to clinical trials to herbal medicines to health care policy projects in Europe, the United States, and the Middle East.

Lynn Getz has been involved in Integrative Medicine since the 1990s. Her activities have included the Globe Foundation, Integrative Pediatric Council, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, and the Bravewell Collaborative.

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