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leunWelcome to The Collective

The Concierge Medicine Research Collective (The Collective) works in partnership with Universities, physicians, associations, businesses, individuals and even Graduate medical Students to further advance the educational awareness and facts surrounding unanswered questions about:

  • Concierge Medicine in the U.S., U.K., Canada and elsewhere;
  • Direct Primary Care (DPC) Clinic Models;
  • Ideal Medical Practice Models;
  • Micro-Clinic Models
  • Retail Healthcare Clinics;
  • Cash-based Surgery Centers;
  • and other free market healthcare delivery sectors.

1287062_businessman_in_the_office_2“Subscription-based Medical Care is a relatively new, free market delivery innovation and its taken on many variations and lessons from the success of Concierge Medicine programs over the years. Much like the popularity of other service subscriptions in the marketplace like Prime, Netflix or Costco, Subscription-based medical care performs the functions of several different services. It provides a fair amount of selection, cost-saving deals, family discounts, and its ultimately up to you to decide each month, quarter or year if you want to keep the same doctor. It puts the patient in control and tells them how much it costs. Look for more subscription-based telehealth services from doctors, PAs and NPs in the months to come.” ~Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief, Concierge Medicine Today

If you’d like to inquire about these efforts, partner with The Collective or learn more, call (770) 455-1650.


Our Work With Universities

DPC Journal, The Collective & Tufts University

COLLABORATIVE DISCUSSION CENTERED AROUND DIRECT PRIMARY CARE | 2015
DPC Journal, The Collective and a Tufts Graduate Study

— MD/MBA students were interested in doing a summer paper/project on DPC particularly the cost savings to the system.

CMT, The Collective & Duke University

COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS | 2014
CMT, The Collective and Duke Graduate Study

— Business and Delivery Model Study of DPC, Retainer plus, Concierge Medicine Business Model Analyses Pros and Cons –

HIMSS, CMT, The Collective & George Mason University

COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS | 2013 to Present
HIMSS and George Mason University

— 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 –

asdfddEmory University, CMT & The Collective

RESEARCH | 2013
Emory University | MBA Program | Partnership With The Collective

— Assisting MBA graduate students with various business analyses and ways to assist the Concierge, Boutique, Direct Care and Retainer-Based Medical Practices Technology Needs Across The U.S.

Boston University School of Medicine, The Collective & CMT

RESEARCH | 2011-Present
The Boston University School of Medicine Forms Partnership With Concierge Medicine Today and It’s Research Arm, The Concierge Medicine Research Collective

— Assists With Pilot Study and information gathering on Concierge, Boutique, Direct Care and Retainer-Based Medical Practices Across The U.S. & Abroad.

Lincoln Memorial, The Collective & CMT

RESEARCH | 2010
The Lincoln Memorial University Forms Partnership With Concierge Medicine Today and It’s Research Arm, The Concierge Medicine Research Collective

— Assisted With Marketing Analysis, and Clinic Creation Strategies, surveyed and collected data on the progress, success and evolution of hybrid and fee-for-care (direct practice) business model variations inside Concierge, Boutique, Direct Care and Retainer-Based Medical Practices Across The U.S.

Emory University, CMT, The Collective

RESEARCH | 2009
The Emory University School of Medicine Forms Partnership With Concierge Medicine Today and It’s Research Arm, The Concierge Medicine Research Collective

— Assisted With a Study on Various Ways To Start Concierge, Boutique, Direct Care and Retainer-Based Medical Practices Across The U.S. After Medical School.

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