Tag: family medicine

TRENDING Story on CMT, DALLAS, TX: ‘In many ways, concierge medicine changes the focus of the practice back to the doctor and the patient by taking out the insurance company and the government…’

By SHERRY JACOBSON, Staff Writer, sjacobson@dallasnews.com December 13, 2013 – The mother was frantic that her 5-year-old’s sore throat might be something serious, so she called the family doctor from her car. Dr. James Pinckney asked for a quick snapshot of the child’s throat. But as he listened […]

MISSOURI: ‘Bolivar Medical Center has introduced a new type of [concierge medicine] service, one that has been tested elsewhere in the country with successful results.’

Bolivar has new medical concierge service By Bon Tindle | Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015 1:06 pm Bolivar, Mo. has opened the first general medicine concierge service in the region. Bolivar Medical Center has introduced a new type of service, one that has been tested elsewhere in the […]

Telemedicine Physician MeMD – San Antonio, TX

Telemedicine Physician MeMD – San Antonio, TX Seeking Board-Certified MD’s/DO’s in Texas interested in becoming Telemedicine Providers! Our provider specialties are Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Family Medicine. IN TEXAS WE ARE LOOKING FOR PHYSICIANS WITH DAYTIME AVAILABILITY MeMD provides online medical consultations to patients across the country […]

COLORADO: North Vista Medical Center’s arrival in Boulder, the community will have a new healthcare choice through Nextera Healthcare, the Direct Primary Care membership …

Kerry Hamilton | 602-266-8339 | Kerry@hciaz.biz FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE North Vista Medical Center arrives in Boulder, adds two physicians BOULDER, Colo. (FEBRUARY 19, 2013) – North Vista Medical Center is bringing its innovative and award-winning approach to primary healthcare to the Boulder community. The family medicine and urgent […]

NPs, PAs Trending Away from Primary Care

By David Pittman, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today AUGUST 16, 2013 – Nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) are increasingly choosing subspecialty practices and could come up short in helping fill the shortage of primary care physicians, according to the research arm of the American Academy of Family Physicians […]