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DMU alumnus leaves the “hamster wheel” of volume-based medicine for concierge practice

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Once upon a time, Alan Morrison, D.O.’94, FACP, had a “thriving, busy, exciting, action-packed, solo, freestanding, independent internal medicine practice” with lots of patients but little time to spend with them. He wanted more face-to-face time for each appointment, but the only way to sustain the practice, he said, “was to keep seeing more and more patients every day. And that was not a sustainable model…from a general well-being standpoint, and being actually able to practice the kind of medicine that I want to practice.”



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