Concierge medicine gives many patients an attractive alternative to accessing health services, but is this model of healthcare sustainable?
Concierge medicine fills an important and growing niche in today's medical marketplace, appealing to thousands of physicians around the country and the scores of patients they serve.
In this new business model, physicians charge a flat monthly fee for a certain number of visits per year and are accessible by e-mail and telephone.
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