POLL: 5 Years After Opening Your Concierge Practice, Would You Say That You Are More or Less Satisfied Than Practicing In A Traditional Manner?

POLL: 5 Years After Opening Your Concierge Practice, Would You Say That You Are More or Less Satisfied Than Practicing In A Traditional Manner?

5 Years After Opening Your Concierge-Style or Cash-Based Medical Practice, Would You Say That You Are More or Less Satisfied Than Practicing In A Traditional, Insurance-based, managed care manner? (C) 2014 All Rights Reserved. Concierge Medicine Research Collective | Concierge Medicine Today, LLC.

POLL: “Most direct primary care (DPC) doctors consider themselves “concierge” doctors too. What are you??”

POLL: “Most direct primary care (DPC) doctors consider themselves “concierge” doctors too. What are you??”

Like it, hate it or simply indifferent to it, the term appeared in headlines and stories over 106,450 times alone in 2013. Across America, the power of the media (liberal, conservative and otherwise) have adopted and crowned their winning term as “concierge medicine.” By Michael Tetreault, Editor FEBRUARY 28, 2014 – This topic is a big … Continue reading

Concierge Medicine’s Best Kept Secret, the Price [REVISED]

Concierge Medicine’s Best Kept Secret, the Price [REVISED]

By Michael Tetreault, Editor FEBRUARY 20, 2014 – Concierge medicine makes up a small but growing percentage of medical practices. However, if there’s one thing we’ve learned in the past several years about concierge medicine through observing this emerging health care market, it’s that people really don’t understand how many doctors there are and that … Continue reading

BECKER’S HOSPITAL REVIEW: [Infographic] “5 Findings on Concierge Medicine in the U.S.”

BECKER’S HOSPITAL REVIEW: [Infographic] “5 Findings on Concierge Medicine in the U.S.”

By Becker’s Hospital Review, Written by Anuja Vaidya JANUARY 9, 2014 – Here are five findings on concierge medicine based on data released by The Concierge Medicine Research Collective, a research and data depository created by Concierge Medicine Today. The data is based on surveys, polling analysis and verbal responses received from concierge physicians between 2009 … Continue reading

Nationwide Study of DPC, Retainer and Concierge Medicine Being Conducted by HIMSS and George Mason University: Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Encourages Participation In This National Industry Wide Survey –

Nationwide Study of DPC, Retainer and Concierge Medicine Being Conducted by HIMSS and George Mason University: Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Encourages Participation In This National Industry Wide Survey –

Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) Encourages Participation In This National Industry Wide Survey –   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Divya Srinivasan, dsriniv2@masonlive.gmu.edu | Michael Tetreault, Tel: 770-455-1650 DECEMBER 13, 2013 – Concierge Medicine Today and it’s research arm, The Collective, announced today that Divya Srinivasan, PhD student at George Mason University, and global health and IT … Continue reading

2013-2014 Poll: Concierge Medicine Career Satisfaction

2013-2014 Poll: Concierge Medicine Career Satisfaction

5 Years After Opening Your Concierge Practice, Would You Say That You Are More or Less Satisfied Than Practicing In A Traditional Manner? Vote Now | View Results Prior To Opening Your “Concierge Medicine” Practice, Had You Considered Entering Another Career Field Outside of Medicine Altogether? Vote Now | View Results 1 Year After Opening … Continue reading

BECKER’S: 8 Survey Findings on Hospital Salaries and Incentives

BECKER’S: 8 Survey Findings on Hospital Salaries and Incentives

Written by Bob Herman | July 24, 2013 Hospital executives and staff, as well as the public at-large, are routinely curious about the different facets of compensation — notably, salary increases, incentives and benefits. Here are eight results from Integrated Healthcare Strategies’ 2013 spring compensation survey, which gathered responses from 177 hospital and health system … Continue reading

New Data on Concierge Physician Salaries, 2013

New Data on Concierge Physician Salaries, 2013

The Concierge Medicine Research Collective has 2013 data summarizing concierge medicine and direct care physician salaries. (PRWEB/ATLANTA) June 06, 2013 – The Concierge Medicine Research Collective, the independent health care research depository of the concierge and direct primary care industry’s trade publication, Concierge Medicine Today, has just released new data summarizing concierge medicine physician salaries. … Continue reading

MD/DO SATISFACTION: Concierge Medicine Career Satisfaction

MD/DO SATISFACTION: Concierge Medicine Career Satisfaction

ATLANTA, GA, June 05, 2013 – The Concierge Medicine Research Collective (The Collective) has just released new 2013 data summarizing concierge medicine physician satisfaction data highlighting a concierge doctor’s happiness with a career path in concierge medicine. The data is based on surveys, polling analysis and verbal responses received from concierge doctors across the U.S. … Continue reading

BECKER’S: 6 Statistics on Concierge and Direct Pay Physician Practices

BECKER’S: 6 Statistics on Concierge and Direct Pay Physician Practices

By Heather Punke May 17, 2013 - The Concierge Medicine Research Collective recently released data from surveys of concierge medicine and direct pay primary care physicians conducted December 2009 through December 2012. Survey questions pertained to practice viability, patient satisfaction, business strategies, revenues and more. The following are six statistics from analysis of the surveys: CONTINUE … Continue reading

3-Year Analysis of Concierge and Direct Care Medicine

3-Year Analysis of Concierge and Direct Care Medicine

Data collected from concierge medicine and direct primary care doctors show encouraging signs across the U.S. from (2009 to 2012). Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 17, 2013 – The Concierge Medicine Research Collective, an independent health care research and data depository of the concierge and direct primary care industry’s trade publication, Concierge Medicine Today based in … Continue reading

AJMC: Increased physician interaction is reason for lower hospital utilization, lower healthcare costs

AJMC: Increased physician interaction is reason for lower hospital utilization, lower healthcare costs

By The American Journal of Managed Care The high and growing cost of healthcare is a significant issue in the United States, with hospital care representing the largest component (31.1%) of national healthcare expenditures.1 In 2008, there were an estimated 39.9 million hospital discharges (131 per 1000 persons) in the United States, with an estimated … Continue reading

Patient Benefits and Cost of Care

Patient Benefits and Cost of Care

It’s also a little known fact that nearly 60% of concierge medical programs across the U.S. cost an individual less than $135 per month. (Source: ConciergeMedicineToday.com, December 2010). “We believe the doctor’s office should be one of the most irresistible and pleasant places to visit in any community,” said Michael Tetreault, Editor-In-Chief of the widely … Continue reading

MDVIP Study Proves Dramatic Reduction in Hospitalizations and Savings

MDVIP Study Proves Dramatic Reduction in Hospitalizations and Savings

Study Proves Dramatic Reduction in Hospitalizations and $300 Million Savings for MDVIP’s Personalized Healthcare Model Boca Raton, FL (January 3, 2013) — Patients under the care of MDVIP-affiliated primary care physicians experience a dramatic decrease in hospitalizations versus comparable non-MDVIP patients, according to a study profiled in an article published in the peer-reviewed The American … Continue reading

Study Proves Dramatic Reduction in Hospitalizations & $300 Million Savings for MDVIP’s Personalized Healthcare Model

Study Proves Dramatic Reduction in Hospitalizations & $300 Million Savings for MDVIP’s Personalized Healthcare Model

Boca Raton, FL (January 3, 2013) — Patients under the care of MDVIP-affiliated primary care physicians experience a dramatic decrease in hospitalizations versus comparable non-MDVIP patients, according to a study profiled in an article published in the peer-reviewed The American Journal of Managed Care (December 2012).  This first-ever, published study done on hospital utilization in … Continue reading

Private Medicine Decreasing Hospitalizations

… Through prevention rather than just treatment alone, concierge medicine will hopefully keep patients out of hospitals and emergency rooms and keep healthcare costs down. Prevention of diseases and chronic illness would garner significant savings, as the relatively small number of patients who are already sick with chronic diseases and disabilities make up the majority … Continue reading

CANADA: How They View Concierge Doctors

CANADA: How They View Concierge Doctors

WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM OUR NEIGHBORS TO THE NORTH …What Concierge Medical Care Looks Like With A Nationalized Healthcare Program … By Michael Tetreault, Editor-In-Chief ATLANTA, GA. [November 14, 2012] – A couple of years ago our organization, Concierge Medicine Today, started a publication called Concierge Medicine CANADA for our neighbors and readers to … Continue reading

Rx Compliance Among CONCIERGE MEDICINE PATENTS

Rx Compliance Among CONCIERGE MEDICINE PATENTS

Rx Compliance Among CONCIERGE MEDICINE PATENTS By The Concierge Medicine Research Collective, (C) 2013 The online and offline chatter about the overall health benefits for any one patient inside a concierge medical practice has been well documented by bloggers, the media and even physician associations over the past many years. There is still quite a … Continue reading

Is A Concierge Medicine RECESSION PROOF?

Is A Concierge Medicine RECESSION PROOF?

Is A Concierge Medical Practice RECESSION PROOF? JANUARY 31, 2010 – The Concierge Medicine Research Collective, an independent health care research center based in Atlanta, GA has released a 12-month summary of its survey results of the concierge medicine marketplace. The study concluded that at the end of 2009: + Over 66% of current U.S. … Continue reading