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About the Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress
Hosted by the Academy of Integrative Pain Management, in partnership with the Integrative Health Policy Consortium and PAINS Project, the Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress the only collective of its kind to unite representatives from 75+ organizations and agencies -- including licensed and certified health care professionals, public and private payers, people living with pain, federal agencies, purchasers of health care, researchers, policymakers, and policy experts -- to improve access to comprehensive integrative pain management (CIPM) for all.
What is CIPM?
Why is access to CIPM so vital?
What are the goals of the Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress?
Watch this short video created before our inaugural meeting that illustrated the common ground among our participating organizations:
The Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress is facilitated by the Academy of Integrative Pain Management and State Pain Policy Advocacy Network, in partnership with the Integrative Health Policy Consortium (IHPC) and Pain Action Alliance to Implement a National Strategy (PAINS).
Academy of Integrative Pain Management is not affiliated with Harvard University, nor is Integrative Pain Care Policy Congress a Harvard University program or activity.