Tag: direct care

OP/ED: Warshaw, MD — How Concierge/Direct Care Practices Benefit Insurance Companies (While Still Being Snubbed)

Posted by Joel Warshaw, MD on Aug 5, 2015 3:49:00 PM In today’s environment, health insurance and concierge/direct care physicians are (for the most part) mutually exclusive. Many insurance companies will not accept concierge physicians to their plan, due to the model of practice itself. Also, many Concierge/Direct […]

More Neurologists Transition to Concierge-Type Practices — What They’re Doing to Make it Work ~Neurology Today

By Avitzur, Orly MD, MBA, FAAN Neurology Today: 2 April 2015 – Volume 15 – Issue 7 – p 14–16 doi: 10.1097/01.NT.0000464256.58958.7d Neurologists are exploring concierge medicine in which patients pay their physicians an annual fee or directly for individual services. Here, several neurologists discuss the logistics and […]

LAGRELIUS, MD: ‘You will never regret being a doctor IF you work only for patients. But if you don’t work only for patients, you will regret your decision in the end.’

Public Health & Policy | MEDPAGE 10 Questions: Tom LaGrelius, MD By David Pittman, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today DECEMBER 7, 2013 – What’s the biggest barrier to practicing medicine today? That’s just the first of the 10 Questions the MedPage Today staff is asking leading clinicians and researchers to […]