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 RELEASE Contact: Divya Srinivasan, dsriniv2@masonlive.gmu.edu | Michael Tetreault, Tel: 770-455-1650 DECEMBER 13, 2013 – Concierge Medicine […]

FLORIDA: ‘Doctors in traditional practices don’t have the time to ask questions. We have the time to educate, screen and treat patients. We’re motivated because we can practice the way it is supposed to be.’

Dr. Mark Pinsky Brings Concierge Medicine To Brevard County, Florida By Maria Sonnenberg  //  December 8, 2013 BREVARD COUNTY • SUNTREE, FLORIDA – Perhaps you’ve heard the joke about the “Rule of Three” when it comes to getting your doctor’s attention. It takes three months to get an […]

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 had over 100 patients were interested in the first two-months of startup. I was able to […]

NEVADA: ‘Renown Health’s Premiere Care Program, in some ways similar to MDVIP, is a primary care practice intended to provide more one-on-one physician-patient time and guaranteed same-day appointments, by limiting its number of patients and charging monthly ($35-$55) or annual ($395-$595) fees.’

The doctor won’t see you now New business models for doctors may make it harder for your family to get quality medical care By Jessica Santina NOVEMBER 28, 2013 – I had a terrible case of insomnia. It was early October, and I had gone four nights without […]