About The BraveNet Practice-Based Research Network

The BraveNet Practice-based Research Network (PBRN) was established in 2007 in order to contribute to the evidence base and demonstrate the effectiveness of integrative medicine in real world clinical settings. Under the guidance of the BraveNet Coordinating Center at Einstein, the network consists of 19 member clinics:

BraveNet strives to advance Integrative Medicine by:

  1. Collecting and analyzing data on use, effectiveness, safety, cost, and patient satisfaction
  2. Creating an atmosphere of collaboration that stimulates and supports innovation in integrative medicine
  3. Contributing to the scientific credibility of integrative medicine
  4. Facilitating the dissemination of information that will influence the practice of medicine and creation of healthcare policy
  5. Providing a way to improve care at each practice and clinic, and
  6. Providing a way to work collaboratively to develop new methods of care.

BraveNet Executive Committee

Benjamin Kligler (Chair)

Diane McKee (Coordinating Center Director)

Donald Abrams 

Jeffery Dusek 

Kathryn Hansen

Rowena Dolor 

Claudia Lechuga 

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