Tag: concierge medicine

Innovation, Patient Experience

When Your Primary Care Physician Breaks Up With You

July 8, 2019

Via: Forbes

My primary care physician announced that he will be changing to a “concierge” practice, requiring my wife and me to pay $2,000 each per year in exchange for his caring for fewer patients and, therefore, being more available to us. […]


The Rise Of Medical Tourism Accepting Crypto Currencies

January 4, 2018

Via: Forbes

Healthcare is being transformed in many ways. For example, not only are the rich and super-rich embracing concierge medicine, but also so are those less wealthy looking for higher quality care than is often traditionally available. At the same time, […]


Why The Future Of High-Quality Primary Care Is Concierge Medicine

November 27, 2017

Via: Forbes

For the vast majority of people, their health and the health of their loved ones are their most precious assets. Unfortunately, in life – at some point – ill health is almost inevitable. When necessary, who would not want the […]


Why You Want To Become A Patient At A Concierge Medical Practice

November 6, 2017

Via: Forbes

Concierge medicine is booming. The number of concierge physicians continues to increase in large part due to patent demand. In evaluating this trend the appeal of concierge healthcare appeals for some core reasons. According to Jeffrey Friedman M.D., Director of […]

News, Regulatory

The Rise of Concierge Medical Practices At Hospitals

October 23, 2017

Via: Forbes

For a number of reasons from a healthcare system riddled with problems to people wanting access on demand, concierge medicine is booming. While the cost of joining a concierge medical practice ranges quite a lot, it is geared to more […]


Why Concierge Medicine Is Going To Boom

October 9, 2017

Via: Forbes

In the United States, the healthcare system is in need of significant repairs. The likelihood of these repairs happening in today’s politically charged environment is pretty low. At the same time, the healthcare systems in other countries are also broken […]

Patient Experience

Concierge Medicine: Better Patient Access, But …

January 11, 2016

Via: MedPageToday

A decade ago, when concierge-style practices emerged, “it was primarily for physicians in the second half of their careers, looking to shrink their practices a bit,” said James Williams, MD, a physician in Washington, D.C., who recently adopted the model. […]