Patients in concierge medicine practices spend up to $200 a month for better in-person and virtual access to physicians. Here’s how concierge medicine improves clinical outcomes, and how technology supports the typical practice.
Whether to provide more comprehensive patient care or prevent themselves from burning out, a growing number of physicians around the United States are making the transition to concierge medicine. These physicians care for fewer patients but spend more time with them, and by charging upfront membership fees, they avoid many of the hassles of dealing with health insurance.
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