RESEARCH ON DECREASED HEALTHCARE COSTS AND UTILIZATION
Changes in Physician Costs Among High-Cost Transcendental Meditation Practitioners Compared with High-Cost Non-practitioners Over 5 Years. Herron, R. E. American Journal of Health Promotion 2011; 26(1): 56–60.

Can the Transcendental Meditation Program Reduce the Medical Expenditures of Older People? A Longitudinal Cost-Reduction Study in Canada. Herron R. E. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 2005; 17(1): 415–442.

The Impact of the Transcendental Meditation Program on Government Payments to Physicians in Quebec: An Update. Herron, R. E., Hillis, S. L.American Journal of Health Promotion 2000; 14(5): 284–291.

An Innovative Approach to Reducing Medical Care Utilization and Expenditures. Orme-Johnson D. W., Herron R. E. American Journal of Managed Care 1997; 3: 135–144.

The Impact of the Transcendental Meditation Program on Government Payments to Physicians in Quebec. Herron R. E., et al. American Journal of Health Promotion 1996; 10: 208–216.

Cost-Effective Hypertension Management: Comparison of Drug Therapies with an Alternative Program. American Journal of Managed Care 1996; Vol. II(4): 427–437.

Medical Care Utilization and the Transcendental Meditation Program. Orme-Johnson D.W. Psychosomatic Medicine 1987; 49: 493–507.

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