Tag: concierge medicine

“… the HSA Expansion act protects existing tax provisions that enable people to pay for and access their healthcare in the way that they prefer, prevents the removal of HSA-eligible plans from Obamacare exchanges, streamlines health care financing, and expands choices for personalized medicine including direct primary care.”

‘Health Savings Accounts Should Be Expanded and Protected.’ By Alexander Hendrie on Thursday, May 26th, 2016, 1:37 PM Health savings accounts, or HSAs are tax-advantaged accounts which are used to pay for […]

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 Sessions-Cassidy Bill: An ACA Alternative Spelled Out In Legislative Language — also allowing “HSA funds to be used to pay monthly fees for concierge medicine, which would expressly not be considered health insurance under federal law …”

The Sessions-Cassidy Bill would “Allow HSA funds to be used to pay monthly fees for concierge medicine, which would expressly not be considered health insurance under federal law …” – DOWNLOAD BILL […]