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C Priority Assessment Group Participants and Luncheon Discussion Leaders PRIORITY ASSESSMENT GROUP PARTICIPANTS February 25, 2009 Integrative medicine and its role in shaping the national health reform agenda Moderator: Elizabeth Goldblatt, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Rapporteur: Reed Tuckson, UnitedHealth Susan Bauer-Wu, Emory University Jeffrey Bland, Metagenics, Inc. Sherman Cohn, Georgetown University Simon Fielding, Foundation for Integrated Health Susan Folkman, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Christy Mack, The Bravewell Collaborative Diane Neimann, The Bravewell Collaborative Margaret O’Kane, National Committee for Quality Assurance Badri Rickhi, Canadian Institute of Natural and Integrative Medicine Identifying and advancing workable models of care Moderator: Carol Black, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Rapporteur: Fred Sanfilippo, Emory Healthcare Brian Berman, University of Maryland Lilian Cheung, Harvard University Mary Hardy, Venice Free Clinic Mark Hyman, Institute for Functional Medicine Bradly Jacobs, University of California, San Francisco 183

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184 INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE AND THE HEALTH OF THE PUBLIC Woodson Merrell, Albert Einstein School of Medicine Charles Sawyer, Northwestern Health Sciences University Timothy Birdsall, Cancer Treatment Centers of America Lori Knutson, Penny George Institute for Health and Healing February 26, 2009 Advancing the science base Moderator: Bruce McEwen, Rockefeller University Rapporteur: Richard Lifton, Yale University Donald Abrams, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Kenneth Brigham, Emory University Margaret Chesney, University of Maryland Gary Deng, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Wayne Jonas, Samueli Institute Lixing Lao, University of Maryland Patrick Mansky, NIH National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Rustum Roy, Pennsylvania State University Alan Trachtenberg, Indian Health Service Reorienting the workforce Moderator: Victor Sierpina, University of Texas Medical Branch Rapporteur: Aviad Haramati, Georgetown University Adam Burke, San Francisco State University Lee Chin, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center Timothy Culbert, University of Minnesota Patrick Hanaway, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine Mary Jo Kreitzer, University of Minnesota Roberta Lee, Department of Integrative Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center Karen Malone, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey William Meeker, Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research David Rakel, University of Wisconsin Designing and building the economic incentives Moderator: Sean Tunis, Center for Medical Technology Policy Rapporteur: Helen Darling, National Business Group on Health Eric Caplan, Lewin Group

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APPENDIX C 185 Robert DeNoble, Marino Center for Integrative Health Erminia Guarneri, Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine Patricia Herman, University of Arizona Davis Masten, Cheskin and the National Academies Presidents’ Circle Anne Nedrow, Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine/Oregon Health Sciences University William Rollow, Enhanced Care Initiatives Richard Sarnat, AMI Groups Michelle Simon, Seattle Healing Arts Center LUNCHEON DISCUSSION LEADERS February 25, 2009 Health care reform agenda Lawrence Lewin, Executive Consultant Arnold Milstein, Pacific Business Group on Health Economic realities of integrative medicine Kenneth Pelletier, University of Arizona and University of California (UCSF) Schools of Medicine Marcel Salive, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Evaluating the evidence base Kenneth Brigham, Emory University Bruce McEwen, Rockefeller University Josephine Briggs, NIH National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Lawrence Green, University of California, San Francisco Education/workforce of integrative medicine Cyril Chantler, King’s Fund Aviad Haramati, Georgetown University School of Medicine Victor Sierpina, University of Texas Medical Branch

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186 INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE AND THE HEALTH OF THE PUBLIC February 26, 2009 Enhancing wellness Jon Kabat-Zinn, Center for Mindfulness in Medicine William George, Harvard Business School Mind–body–societal connections Esther Sternberg, National Institutes of Health James Gordon, Center for Mind-Body Medicine Models of integrative medicine Mike Magee, Center for Aging Services Technologies Tracy Gaudet, Duke Integrative Medicine Public perspective of integrative medicine Ellen Stovall, National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship Judy Miller Jones, National Health Policy Forum Mary Woolley, Research! America