GOODMAN: ‘What If No Doctor Will See You? … when he opens a concierge practice, he’ll typically take about 500 patients with him (according to MDVIP, the largest organization of concierge doctors). That’s about all he can handle, given the extra time and attention those patients are going to expect. But the 2,000 patients left behind now must find another physician. So in general, as concierge care grows, the strain on the rest of the system will become greater.’

By John C. Goodman DECEMBER 15, 2013 – At this point we have no idea how many people will become newly insured under ObamaCare. For the first year out, the number of […]

MDVIP: “I don’t think we’re anywhere near the saturation level in any market,” said Dan Hecht, the company’s chief executive officer. “The more we do, the more interest there is from patients.”

Concierge medicine cuts patient load, red tape for primary-care doctors By SHERRY JACOBSON Staff Writer sjacobson@dallasnews.com Published: 13 December 2013 11:07 PM –The patients slowed to a trickle, and the doctor’s income […]

Nationwide Study of DPC, Retainer and Concierge Medicine Being Conducted by HIMSS and George Mason University: Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Encourages Participation In This National Industry Wide Survey –

Nationwide Study of DPC, Retainer and Concierge Medicine Being Conducted by HIMSS and George Mason University Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Encourages Participation In This National Industry Wide Survey –   FOR IMMEDIATE […]

BUSINESS: Affordable ‘DPC’ medicine doc in Madison, WI closes up shop — ‘… Attempted to set up deals with over 500 small businesses …plus, insurmountable obstacles for his practice to get a foothold in the local health care scene.’

The DPC Journal reached Dr. Schupp for comment this morning (Nov. 22, 2013) and he said the following to our Editor, Michael Tetreault … “I wanted to try something different [entrepreneurial] and […]