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EDITOR: “You have to define what “exceptional” means … You want patients to come back in the following days for another round of offending. Present the truth of medicine in uncompromising terms, rally hard against couch potatoes, and tackle the most emotionally charged topics in their lives, while providing an “environment” where people feel cared for.”

“Gain some customer service experience– try a service industry job as these skills are not taught in med school. Moving into Concierge Medicine is not solely about providing excellent medical care without the restraints of insurance industry mandates. You have to also appreciate the lost art of customer […]

Key Performance Indicators and Your Concierge-Style and Direct Care Medical Practice’s Success

Written By Michael Tetreault, Editor, Concierge Medicine Today Key Performance Indicators (KPI), also known as Key Success Indicators (KSI), help a concierge medical practice define and measure progress toward organizational goals (Source: About.com). Once a private practice has analyzed its mission, identified all its audience, and defined its […]

Medscape Pediatrics > (VIDEO) — Trends That Disrupted Medicine in 2016: Our Take by Hansa Bhargava, MD — “Concierge Med AND DPC Made the list!” ~CMT

December 29, 2016 Healthcare is ever-changing, it seems now more than ever. What trends are resonating with our colleagues and our patients? Whether it’s emerging technologies, clinical changes, or the fast-paced transformation of the business of medicine, we hope to help you stay on top of it. Here […]

NEWS, INDUSTRY-Wide Report: Concierge Doctors Can Now Refer Their Patients to Qualified Surgeons Based on Actual Medical Outcomes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACTS:  Michael Tetreault (770) 455-1650, ext. 151 | editor@conciergemedicinetoday.com Concierge Doctors Can Now Refer Their Patients to Qualified Surgeons Based on Actual Medical Outcomes A new partnership equips Concierge and Direct Primary Care physicians with a tool to refer patients to Top Surgeons with […]

FORBES: The Physicians Foundation recently released its findings from this year’s … retire, take a non-clinical job, switch to “concierge” medicine or take other …

48 percent of surveyed physicians plan to cut back on hours, retire, take a non-clinical job, switch to “concierge” medicine or take other steps… By Walker Ray, MD and Tim Norbeck, Forbes, Contributor Oct 25, 2016 @ 10:47 AM – The Physicians Foundation recently released its findings from […]