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…

GEORGIA: “There’s a $135-a-month fee,” says Dr. Stephen Carson. “That covers an annual wellness exam, a very detailed, comprehensive physical exam. We perform an EKG. We perform a spirometry. We perform an ABI, a circulation test. We give a vision screening and a hearing screening.”

DOCTOR ON CALL: New style of medical practice promises greater attention, more personal care By Charles…

Trending … Former MDVIP partner enters Florida Dermatology venture. ClearlyDerm … ‘”I relish the opportunity to disrupt medicine as I did once with MDVIP,” the 61-year-old Colton said.

By Marcia Heroux Pounds, Sun Sentinel October 13, 2013 – Dr. Robert Colton once was a…

PR 101: How You Can Get Some Serious Press For Your New Business

By Adriana Lopez, Contributor, Forbes 08/017/2012 – When starting your own business, you are often left…

NPs, PAs Trending Away from Primary Care

By David Pittman, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today Aug 16, 2013 – Nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician…