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Concierge Medicine: Changing the Future of Primary Care for Better or for Worse?

This article originally appeared on Benefit Mall.

Visiting the doctor’s office may not top the list of favorite activities for most consumers, but eliminating common stressors such as juggling one’s schedule to squeeze in an appointment, spending too much time in the waiting room, and then maybe seeing the physician for only a few minutes, can make the experience much more pleasant.

What if the majority of this stress could be alleviated? According to the American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP), use of “concierge” or retainer-based physicians can be part of the solution. In fact, the number of these types of physician services has doubled in the past two years, according to AAPP.

“Concierge medicine is a new style of practice with old roots, in which doctors limit their patient base in order to provide patients with personalized service, high quality care, 24/7 availability, and other amenities. In exchange for this enhanced personal attention, patients pay physicians an annual fee,” says the Concierge Medicine Association. “The annual fees vary widely, from $600 to $5,000 per year for an individual, with the lower annual fees being in addition to the usual fees for each service and the higher annual fees including most services.” […]

By |February 13th, 2012|Private Medicine|Comments Off on Concierge Medicine: Changing the Future of Primary Care for Better or for Worse?

January Newsletter

AAPP would like to invite our readers to take a look at our latest newsletter about the Summit on Concierge Medicine in Scottsdale, Arizona. We will host a diverse range of presentations from some of the nation’s leading physicians and medical professionals. Click here to view our newsletter and follow the link for January 2012.

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By |February 6th, 2012|AAPP Events, Private Medicine|Comments Off on January Newsletter