Doctors should never be disincentivized from caring for their sickest patients.
If telemedicine is supposed to provide convenient and accessible care, why are so few using these services?
Concierge medicine and direct primary care both have membership fees, but that doesn’t make them the same. Here are 10 differences you should know.
Medicare as rolled out its “direct primary care prototype,” but physicians should look closer at the model as it’s not quite DPC.
This healthcare expert believes concierge medicine is the future of healthcare due to its benefits for both patients and physicians.
In a culture where a single online negative review can sway patients from your practice, it's important to have a plan for dealing with negative comments.
Concierge medicine offers the convenience that patients get at urgent care clinics, and combines it with the quality care that a familiar physician can provide.
Concierge medicine can help physicians dealing with burnout in more ways than one. Here's are a few examples.
Keeping morale high is often difficult in medicine. Concierge medicine can help, according to this healthcare expert.
Concierge models offer doctors flexible schedules that remain financially lucrative and afford them more free time.