It's not a "safe" pre-planned public move in worship. The problem with this type of thinking is it goes against the picture of a New Testament church. Healing was the norm during their services.
Here are three reasons to return a focus towards healing:
1). Healing is a spiritual gift given for the church. (1 Corinthians 12:28) When some people pray for a healing, God answers their prayer. Churches that don't provide opportunities to heal others are neglecting the body of Christ. When someone has the gift of healing, but isn't allowed to use it - everyone loses.
2). Healings typically accompany confession. (James 5:15-16) Can you remember the last time you ever heard someone who confessed their sins at church? The breakthrough to experience healing is likely through confessing your sins to one another.
3). Healing was a main ministry of Jesus. (Luke 6:17-18) If something was important to Jesus, it should be important to us. Nowhere in Scripture does it say this gift ceased. When churches don't have special times of healing, members suffer, spiritual gifts aren't being used, and the body of Christ displays a lack of faith in God.