Topic: Concierge Medicine
One factor driving the cost of U.S. healthcare is physician salaries, and more physician practice news.
In a letter, 200 faculty and staff complained the model “reinforces UM as an elitist institution."
Silicon Valley continues to shake up the healthcare market: Apple plans to launch a medical practice and clinics for its employees this spring.
Relying on data analytics, narrow networks and a devoted concierge team, Oscar's CEO says the company is showing signs of profitability.
Practices that want more satisfied patients can take a page out of the Ritz-Carlton’s playbook.
Many of the wealthiest in the nation receive five-star treatment from doctors and hospitals if they are willing to fork over a five-figure annual fee.
For primary care physicians thinking of transitioning to a concierge or direct care model, there are some legal issues to consider.
After a Silicon Valley startup unveiled a new high-tech concierge service last week, health IT guru Eric Topol offers a dose of skepticism.
A couple of veteran techies have launched a primary care practice with a patient experience reminiscent of visiting an Apple store—or the set of a sci-fi movie.
Under a pilot program, thousands of teachers, police officers, firefighters and other government employees in New Jersey may get to spend more time with their doctors.