New ‘Functioning for Life’ Program Takes Off in Functional Medicine (Video)

Offering disease-specific shared appointments is popular

Since the Center for Functional Medicine opened in Fall 2014, there has been a great demand for appointments. To address this need, the center launched its Functioning for Life (FFL) program early this year. FFL is a series of disease-specific shared appointments that have been well-received by patients.

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The new program is keeping the center busy with programs running early and late in the day to accommodate patient’s schedules. Here Patrick Hanaway, MD, Director of Research at the center, gives some insight into:

  • How the appointments are structured
  • Percent of patients who have gotten the care they need
  • Behavior changes
  • Outcomes

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