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Nevadan at Work: Family doctor disavows insurance, turns to concierage medicine

By JENNIFER ROBISON LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Dr. William Pierce needed to try something new. As a family doctor, Pierce grew tired of today’s standard care model, with its insurance-based billing practices and its big patient counts. So six years ago, Pierce turned to concierge medicine. He no longer accepts insurance, instead billing patients directly for […]

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Concierge Medicine Offers Swift Access In Daytona Beach Florida

By Bob Koslow for news-journal online.com, September 29th, 2013 As insurance companies have come to dominate health care services, frustrated doctors and patients have turned with increasing numbers to a different kind of practice known as concierge medicine. “It’s a style of medicine where there is a relationship between the physician and patient. The patient gets an […]

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Concierge Choice Physicians Offering Webinar On Adding Value To ACOs

Monetizing Concierge Medicine to Bring Value and Differentiation to Large Medical Groups, Health Systems, ACOs and Patient-Centered Medical Homes Concierge Choice Physicians: What:   Doctors, practice managers and administrators, as well as executive management strategists for large and mid-size groups can learn how concierge medicine can bring new private sources of revenue to support patient-centered […]

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Autonomy vs. Employment: Concierge Medical Care Can Help Physicians Decide

By Wayne Lipton If you are an independent physician who either makes the decisions about how your practice is run or how, as a group, your group is run (small to mid-sized groups), then you have some degree of precious autonomy. Outside of in-network considerations, you have some control over who you direct your patient […]

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