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Some Doctors Practice ‘Boutique’ Medicine

Dr. Gary Levinson has practiced internal and sleep medicine in the San Diego area for years, but he practices in an unusual way. Some of his patients have his cellphone number and the number for a separate phone line into the office. They are also promised same or next-day appointments. And in the office, he’s […]

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Orange County California Adds Another Concierge Doctor.

With the full arrival of Obamacare just around the corner, Dr. Susan Dindot has opted to join a concierge medicine management group, Personalcare Physicians, to ensure she can continue to treat patients as people and not just charts. Laguna Niguel, CA (PRWEB) October 03, 2013 The future of traditional private physician practices seems certainly uncertain, […]

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Concierge doctors a growing practice in California

Concierge doctors a growing practice By Tom Kisken, Ventura County Star Dr. Jack Padour was burning out. The Ventura internal medicine doctor faced falling reimbursement rates and rising overhead. The only way to maintain his earnings was to see more patients. “I knew I was being compromised by seeing patients every eight to 10 minutes […]

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Concierge Medicine Orange County California

Concierge Medicine: The doctor will see you now — for $2,000 By the Orange County Register posted on GOPUSA.com, September 6, 2013 Dr. Thomas Hwang, a Tustin internist, didn’t like the way his practice was evolving. Even as his patient load expanded, his take-home pay contracted, and he feared not having enough time to spend […]

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MD2 Reveals New Concierge Medicine Office In Menlo Park

Sought-after Stanford concierge physicians find the luxury of time to practice medicine the way they intended. BELLEVUE, WASH. — MD² opened its newest primary care office in Menlo Park, California this August, offering personalized care, tailored to fit the lifestyles of highly mobile, affluent families. Much has been written about emerging medical technologies and the […]

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Caduceus Medical Group Opens Groundbreaking Concierge Care Facility in Orange County

YORBA LINDA, Calif., Aug. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Caduceus Medical Group rolls out groundbreaking on-site complimentary patient services at the Grand Opening of its new OC medical facility. These new services bolster the medical group’s patient credos and commitment to provide innovative patient centered care and guaranteed access. Patients want concierge services in healthcare and […]

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Concierge Physicians Speak Out And Share

Dr. Anne Cummings of Concierge Choice Physicians Hosts Free Seminar on Healthy Living How to manage stress, get a good night’s sleep and get healthy – even after 50 – are just some of the issues facing Marin County residents today. The question is, “how can I tackle all those tough health problems?” Marin County […]

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Stanford Joins Concierge Medicine

Stanford Hospital and Clinics joins concierge medicine with a distinguished primary care practice to compliment its Executive Health program. The Stanford Concierge Medicine program is a retainer based program with patients paying monthly fees for the personalized care. The program is a model of personalized care. Stanford Concierge Medicine Program An ongoing relationship with a […]

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Doctors Transform How They Practice Medicine With Concierge Care

By Ankita Rao published on KHN, Kaiser Health News, May 15th 2013 Dr. Thomas Bellavia transformed his traditional medical practice in Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., into a so-called medical home where patients are seen by teams of doctors and nurses.  He says it has paid off in better, more coordinated care for his patients and healthier […]

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Los Angeles Doctors Discuss Alternative Practice Models at AAPP Conference

Physicians News Network, April 1, 2013 As Obamacare is phased in, Los Angeles doctors, lamenting declining reimbursement rates coupled with greater overheads, are looking for alternative practice models. The recent 2013 American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP) conference in Palm Desert offered physicians a chance to compare experiences. After having been in solo practice for […]

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The Starbucks Syndrome in Healthcare – Concierge Medicine Los Angeles

Angelenos want their CT scans just as they want their low-fat caramel macchiatos By Daniel J. Stone,March 31, 2013 Los Angles Times “In Scotland, death is considered imminent; in Canada, it’s considered inevitable. In California, death is considered optional.” Ian Morrison, a Scottish-born futurist and healthcare consultant, was joking when he said those words. But […]

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