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I-WELL / Integrative Wellness & Lifestyle Systems

Transforming Lives through Holistic / Functional Medicine &Leading-edge eHealth services

“CHN / I-WELL”  –  Advanced Wellness / Prevention / Life Enrichment

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CHN / I-WELL Certified   Conscious Health Network / CHN  will integrate many progressive modalities into CHN / I-WELL Life Enrichment programs provided at designated "CHN/I-WELL Certified" retirement and intergenerational communities, as well as Wellness Resorts, Spas, Retreat Centers, Workplaces, and in private residences.

CHN / I-WELL Lifestyle Adoption  CHN will customize wellness/lifestyle integration programs for individuals and families that will include Body, Mind & Spirit modalities. Clients who take advantage of CHN Lifestyle Adoption programs will enjoy the substantial benefits of supporting personnel and services, and short-term immersion into environmental and programmatic settings that will be – to a great extent – replicable and supported in the home or other residential setting.

Personalized Incentives & Supports  will ensure that everyone has access to CHN Lifestyle Adoption programs at home and in their working environments, including frontline personnel and their loved ones. Such perquisites will yield significant ROI (return-on-investment) for all vested interests.

“I-WELL” – Integrative Wellness & Lifestyle System

  • Healthcare & Lifestyle Programs – Residential & Institutional
  • Natural Wellness Resort/Spa – Life & Health Enrichment Programs
  • Spa-at-Home Wellness – Programs & Services
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  • Integrative Medicine (IM) / Holistic Methodologies & Modalities for Health & Healing
  • Natural Nutrition & Dietary/Vitamin/Herbal Supplementation
  • Best practices in Traditional Therapies, medical interventions & pharmaceutical usage- resulting in cost benefits, efficiencies, & improved care delivery/client outcomes
  • Psychological support systems – professional & community-based
  • Movement programs, e.g., Dance, Yoga, Ji Gong, Tai Chi, Water Sports, PT/OT
  • Multi-cultural & Religious Services, Ceremonies, Events (on-site & Audio/Visual recordings)
  • Meditation-Passive/Active, Sound, Chant, Guided, Fantasy (on-site & recorded)

Wellness / Prevention / Lifestyle  CHN will be providing services in many healthcare and community venues within its first year providing "CHN / I-WELL Certified" Wellness, Prevention and Lifestyle programs to early adopter clients.

Strong Demand  The projected economic, societal, and governmental metric outcomes are expected to ensure demand such that the Company can scale quickly, as referenced in the CHN rollout plans and financials.

CHN / CCS-Certified  CHN intends to include several long-term care (LTC) facilities in its launch through its Conscious Care Systems/CCS division and will provide an additional certification, i.e., CCS-Certified, to these communities. (See: CCS Integrative Medicine/Wellness Programs)

Community Outreach  CHN will rollout Community Outreach activities with various programs to be termed Neighborhood Outreach, Adopt-A-Neighbor and CHN Conscious Communities- multi-layered initiatives that will organize neighbors in any locale so that everyone benefits, i.e., individuals and families give what they have to give and get back what they need or desire.

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Village & Value  Modeled after traditional societies, CHN / I-WELL has designed its community programs to work effectively in any setting. There are many ways in which these integrated enterprises will be profitable and provide public relations opportunities for participants and affiliates alike.

CHN Bronze-Platinum Medical & Lifestyle  packages will factor significantly into customized daily regime recommendations, and follow-through incentives and education for clients. Participation of individuals, their families, and their medical providers will be integral to the customization of CHN programs and services.

Customized & Incentivized  Initial design and implementation of highly personalized programs will include technological assessments and input, (e.g. Remote Monitoring, AI, Robotics, IoT, etc.), as well as individually tailored prescriptions from IM practitioners, available onsite and through telehealth outlets.

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Integrative geriatric medicine offers older adults a type of care that emphasizes lifestyle modifications such as nutritional interventions, exercise and movement therapies, mind-body practices, and alternative treatments, such as acupuncture and chiropractic care.Mar 27, 2023

https://thebiomedcenter.com/service-overview/ Using innovative European biological medicine technologies and comprehensive assessments, we heal the system, not the symptom to help you achieve optimal performance.

Digital health solutions benefit the integration of health systems The need for more targeted therapy options is becoming more apparent in the face of increasing diagnostic challenges, disease complexity and unprecedented health crises.

Integrative geriatrics is a new field of medicine that advocates for a whole-person, patient-centered, primarily non-pharmacological approach to medical care of the elderly. Most current geriatric practices overprescribe medications and procedures and underutilize non-pharmacological, low-cost, high-touch methods. Patients, however, often show reluctance towards these standard practices, as the interventions they rely upon are often invasive. The practice of integrative geriatrics is rooted in lifestyle interventions, such as nutrition, movement therapies, and mind-body and spirituality approaches, that allow patients to have different path to their healthcare-one that utilizes pharmaceuticals and invasive procedures only when safer integrative approaches are not available or not effective.

This first definitive textbook of this new field presents detailed, evidence-based information for all healthcare providers and advocates who work with the geriatric population. It is intended not only for providers in outpatient settings, but also for those who work in nursing homes, assisted and independent living facilities, and senior community centers. In addition, Integrative Geriatric Medicine will provide valuable information for leaders and politicians who are involved with implementing policies and procedures for care of elderly patients looking for safer, less costly, and more patient-centered approaches.

National Institute of Health (NIH) / National Library of Medicine (NLM) https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28802465/

Integrative Medicine for Geriatric and Palliative Care PMID: 28802465 DOI: 10.1016/j.mcna.2017.04.013

Abstract More than 80% of people in the United States who are older than 65 years have 1 or more chronic medical problems, and 50% have 2 or more. The cost of care for the elderly is at least 3 to 4 times that of younger populations and is rapidly growing, mostly because of a lack of preventive approaches and overly medicalized and fragmented care. This article summarizes the most up-to-date evidence for specific integrative modalities for common geriatric conditions, including falls, frailty, osteoporosis, and end-of-life palliative care.

  • Complementary and integrative medicine for older adults in palliative care. 2015. PMID: 25920054 Review.
  • Integrative Medicine for Cardiovascular Disease and Prevention.. 2017. PMID: 28802470 Review.
  • Integrative Pain Management. Bonakdar RA. Med Clin North Am. 2017. PMID: 28802475 Review.
  • Complementary and Integrative Medicine for Neurologic Conditions. 2017. PMID: 28802469
  • Adapting a whole health model to home-based primary care: Bridging person-driven priorities with veteran and family-centered geriatric care.
    2021. PMID: 34410781 Free PMC article.
  • https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7458879/
  • Emerging Complementary and Integrative Therapies for Geriatric Mental Health Sarah A. Nguyen, MD and Helen LAvretsky, MD,
  • Abstract Purpose the use of complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) is on the rise among diverse populations of older adults in the USA. CIM is commonly perceived as safer, less expensive, and more culturally acceptable. There is a growing body of evidence to support the use of CIM, especially mind-body therapies, diet and nutritional supplements used for mental disorders of aging.
  • Unfortunately, CIM is rarely included in the healthcare systems on the large scale with the exception of a few modalities (i.e., acupuncture and chiropractic care) due to the lack of reimbursement by the US medical insurances, and remain unaffordable for many older adults living on a limited income[4]. Billions of dollars are spent out of pocket per year on a poorly regulated large health-promotion industry with unvalidated health outcome claims and with limited evidence and can be confusing to navigate for the consumers, and especially for older adults. In this review, we focus on the most popular CIM modalities with the strongest evidence, including diet and mind-body therapies used for commonly occurring mood, anxiety, and cognitive disorders.
  • Although the terms, "alternative," "complementary," and "integrative" are often used interchangeably, the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) defines these terms as follows: "alternative" medicine refers to a set of practices of medicine (e.g., traditional, oriental, mind-body, etc.) without sufficient evidence base that is used in place of conventional medicine, whereas "complementary" medicine refers to non-mainstream practice that is used together with conventional medicine. "Integrative" medicine refers to the use of conventional and complementary approaches in a coordinated way targeting specific disorders or underlying neurobiological processes (e.g., inflammation). CIM emphasizes a holistic, patient-focused approach to healthcare and wellness targeting the whole person rather than one organ system. Historically, these practices are oriented toward harmonious rebalancing of mind, body, and spirit. The NCCIH identified three categories for complementary and integrative approaches: (1) natural products (herbal medicines, botanicals, vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and other dietary supplements); (2) mind and body practices (massage therapy, meditation, yoga, acupuncture, chiropractic/osteopathic manipulation, hypnotherapy, tai chi, qigong, healing touch, and relaxation exercises); (3) other complementary approaches (indigenous healing practices, Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, homeopathy, and naturopathy).

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