Concierge Medicine: A Socially Responsible Brand

Madison ‘Concierge Clinic’ Offers Free Care To Uninsured

by Shamane Mills, Wisconsin Public Radio, September 23, 2013

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A Madison clinic has taken a unique approach to “concierge medicine” – also described as “boutique medicine” and medical care the “way it used to be.”

See Also another recent article on Our Lady of Hope in Madison:

CMJ– As concierge medicine evolves as a ideal and a sustainable business model we expect to see more practices and networks engaging in socially responsible programs. Critics of concierge medicine have long focused on the idea that this form of practice is “elitist” due to its costs and reduce practice size.  Our Lady of Hope has set them back, and hopefully started a trend in the concierge medicine industry. We here at Concierge Medicine Journal look forward to more of this type of program.  This is just one more reason which supports the notion that health care belongs in the hands of the doctors and no one else.

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