Assessing the Case for Concierge Medicine

Strategic and operational insights for medical group executives considering retainer-based practice models

Concierge models, which allow physicians to slow their pace and offer patients more relationship-based care, are growing. Explore five popular models and strategic, operational, and legal considerations for evaluating what's right for your medical group.

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Concierge medicine previously catered to a small segment of patients who wanted personalized attention, but is now transitioning to models targeted at various patient groups.

As concierge medicine grows in popularity, medical groups must decide if they want to implement it, and if they do, how to work the appropriate model into their current operations.

Read the white paper to see our assessment of five models of concierge medicine, and get steps for incorporating one of these models into your organization's operations.

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