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Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Integrating into the Nursing Practice

Complementary and Alternative Medicine:
Integrating into the Nursing Practice
Complementary alternative medicines (CAMs) are not a new-fangled medical practice that has recently come out (Bennett, 2009). Several complementary alternative medicine therapies are; homeopathy, aromatherapy, touch therapy, and music therapy, these therapies named here is just a small number of therapies that are out there, and has been around for two decades according to (Matthew, Whedon, & Weeks, 2011). This paper will explore the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) and how the ACO could possibly benefit the healthcare system and nursing practice (Matthew et al., 2011). In the conclusion of this paper, it will point toward the fact that complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) does in fact, have a place in today’s nursing practice and healthcare systems.
With this in mind, our economy in the United States (U.S.), over the past decade has gone into a major decline. Furthermore, there has been an escalated cost in healthcare; new proposals that would reduce healthcare spending/cost and a con…

 

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