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In the case of the current boom-time for app-based concierge care, this means expanded access for those who can pay for expanded access—a very different concept of “access” than that which motivated community health in the 1970s.

Science & Nature

25 Physicians Recognized By Concierge Medicine Today as “Top Doctors in Concierge Medicine in 2020-2021.” Read Full Story …

As Telemedicine Surges, Will Community Health Suffer?

Early advocates thought it could provide equal access to high-quality care. But private investment has increasingly crowded out public service, and use is now surging during the COVID-19 crisis.

By Jeremy A. Greene | Boston Review

At the very moment when urgent care is so urgently needed, the place of the community health center as a space for promoting neighborhood health has evaporated in favor of telemedicine.



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