Tag: neurology

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 […]

The Pluses and Minuses of Concierge Medicine: ‘About 2% of urologists and 1% of nephrologists practice this way. But for physicians working in that environment, the changes they make are far from insignificant.’

By Tammy Wort, Renal & Neurology News March 20, 2014 — Urologist Marc Richman, MD, said he and his former colleagues used to joke with each other about the need to speed patients through visits. If a physician was in an exam room with a patient for longer […]