In my practice, patients pay cash for my services. Some are initially confused by this arrangement, but to me it’s simple: you pay me and I’ll be your doctor.
Being an Advocate for Your Patients
Even though I have been practicing medicine in an atypical, concierge practice model, there are still instances where I sense a growing adversarial relationship between the doctor (me) and my patients.
What’s Your Number?
Family-practice doc David Albenberg explains his move from traditional care to concierge medicine and offers tips for figuring out what number works for you.
Keeping it Real: The Point-of-care Lifestyle
Point of care, strictly defined (by me), is a mindset, a discipline, a systems approach where patient encounters are conducted in real time.
Easy Access for Patients
Much has been written of late on the subject of access to healthcare.
Staffing your micropractice
The traditional practice of primary care is complex - let’s face it, you could more accurately predict the likelihood of a patient presenting with a subdural hematoma based on his or her symptoms than you might Blue Cross’ likelihood of accepting a preauthorization for the CT scan.
In 2003, after only seven years in practice, I had a patient panel size of 3,500.
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