Tag: science

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) kltonn2@central.uh.edu 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 […]

Attn: Doctors and Business Owners, Free Concierge Medicine and DPC News “Monthly” E-Subscription

Free E-News Subscription | Monthly | Concierge Medicine Today Concierge Medicine Today (CMT), is the premier news and multi-media organization and the industry’s oldest national trade publication for the direct primary care and concierge medicine marketplace. Their web site is the online destination for business, consumers and physicians […]

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 […]