By Candace Chase/The Daily Inter Lake | Posted: Saturday, February 16, 2013 10:00 pm Dr. Doug Pitman takes calls from patients anytime and doesn’t mind consulting while on skis at Whitefish Mountain Resort. He even stops by their homes for consultations. “I’m on call all the time,” he […]
SPOTLIGHT: MDVIP Foundation 501(c)(3), raises public awareness of health, wellness and the value of prevention through charitable initiatives that will assist those most in need.
“The mission of the MDVIP Foundation is to raise public awareness of health, wellness and the value of prevention through charitable initiatives that will assist those most in need.” The MDVIP Foundation is bringing the nation together to make better lifestyle choices. Our focus on prevention and education […]
BOCA RATON, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Results of a recent survey show that members of MDVIP-affiliated practices are more satisfied with all aspects of their primary care and value their investment in the MDVIP personalized healthcare model, significantly more than patients in traditional practices. In the survey, which also included patients […]
ATLANTA, GA — Surveys conducted over the past year (Jan 2010 to present) among concierge physicians by http://www.ConciergeMedicineToday.com indicate that ‘the most common types of phone calls concierge physicians receive from their patients were prescription drug renewal requests. These accounted for 35% of all calls while the other […]
JANUARY 20th, 2011 – Independent analyses show clearly that concierge-models deliver superior clinical outcomes compared to conventional insurance-based practices. This is independent of the age, disease burden, or socioeconomic status of the patients. “When you have time to deal with the issues, you do better,” Dr. Lee stressed. […]
LEGAL: Concierge Medicine, Tension Between Physician Autonomy and the Ethical Obligation to Provide Indigent Care
By Kristi L. Tonn, J.D., LL.M. candidate (Health Law) email@example.com Health Law and Perspectives. University of Houston Law Center Introduction Primary care physicians and patients alike are becoming increasin gly unhappy with the way primary care is currently being delivered. Physicians often see in excess of 2,000 patients […]
FORBES: Growing Companies BIG Isn’t Just For The Boys … Women show that there’s no magic formula for funding a growing company.
By Geri Stengel APRIL 23, 2014 – I just finished the manuscript for my book Forget the Glass Ceiling: Build Your Business Without One. I interviewed 10 awe-inspiring women. Some have already grown their businesses way past the $100 million revenue mark (Mandy Cabot of Dansko, Liz Elting […]
April 07, 2014 — AAG Health & Wellness, the leader in integrative wellness, will be sponsoring the Sunbelt Senior Golf Tour for the first time ever. The premier golfing event, which has been running since 1996, has been the No.1 cross-country tour for players participating in the Champions […]
The pharmacist is no longer at the back of the store. UC San Francisco is changing the way you think about your neighborhood drugstore by putting the pharmacist front and center – not just in the store, but also on your health care team. By Kristen Bole March […]
By David M. Cutler on September 20, 2013 What health care will look like after the information technology revolution. The idea that technology will change medicine is as old as the electronic computer itself. Actually, even older. In 1945, Vannevar Bush, the man with the vision for the […]