Tag: AAFP

NPR: A study from the American Academy of Family Physician’s Robert Graham Centersheds some light on this topic. The findings, published in the latest issue of Annals of Family Medicine, suggest that family doctors who provide more care themselves save the health system money.

Family Doctors Who Do More, Save More By Anders Kelto, NPR MAY 11, 2015 – Is a good family doctor one who treats your knee pain and manages your recovery from heart surgery? Or is it one who refers you to an orthopedist and a cardiologist? Those are […]

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 […]

MedLion CEO to Speak at Family Medicine Events Nationwide: “A seismic shift is about to occur in family medicine’s favor, and I’m proud to say Direct Primary Care will play a big part.”

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 17, 2014 – MedLion Direct Primary Care’s Founder and CEO, Dr. Samir Qamar, will be speaking at the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) 2014 National Assembly Conference in late October, in Washington, D.C. Touted as the largest annual conference for the AAFP, […]

MDVIP Doc in FL: “It’s a different type of busy … My day is just as long now, if not longer. But, I’m spending a lot more time with all of my patients. In between visits, I’m on the phone checking on people at home.”

By Elaine Thompson TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF MAY 12, 2014 – Sitting at his desk all day at work, Peter E. Recklet of Hudson packed on a few extra pounds, though he was by no means considered fat. Two years ago, his doctor determined that he was heading […]