Concierge Medicine is Available to Everyone | W. Lipton

By Wayne Lipton

JUNE 2017 – DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING — The New York Times recently ran an article about extremely high-end concierge practices. These elite programs charge patients upwards of $20,000 per year for membership—a figure that is obviously way out of reach for most Americans. The truth is, most Americans don’t need anywhere near $20,000 per year of medical attention—they just need a relationship with a physician they trust. That relationship is what is slowly being eroded in today’s healthcare marketplace.



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