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LAMBERTS, MD: 'I have lived this. I know it is true. I believe strongly in the idea behind my practice: that doctors should work for patients, not payors; that communication, not documentation, should be the center of care; that rewarding doctors for healthy patients who do not need expensive procedures is a better business model than the opposite.'
2013-2014 Annual Salary of a Concierge/Direct-Pay Physician? (All Responses Are ‘Anonymous’)
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By Garrison Bliss for The Hill
I know that there is going to be another scuffle over the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR). I know that we have already paid $150 billion on “doc fixes” since 1997, and I know that everyone in healthcare is trying to make sure that their ox will not be gored. 671 more words
January 2, 2014|By Marni Jameson, Orlando Sentinel
Five years ago, Dr. Ivan Castro of Winter Park was miserable with the way medicine was going.
“I was constantly running behind to see the next patient and had to focus more on paperwork than on patient care,” recalls Castro, 52. 752 more words
POLL: "Most direct primary care (DPC) doctors consider themselves "concierge" doctors too. What are you??"
Like it, hate it or simply indifferent to it, the term appeared in headlines and stories over 106,450 times alone in 2013. Across America, the power of the media (liberal, conservative and otherwise) have adopted and crowned their winning term as “concierge medicine.” 473 more words
LEAWOOD, Kan., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – ProPartnersMD, Kansas City’s only medical practice just for men since 2001, announced the roll-out of a new practice model, ProPartnersMD DIRECT, effective immediately. 262 more words