Concierge medicine. Membership medicine. Boutique medicine. You may have heard any of these names and wondered what the difference is among them and what this type of care really means.
Concierge medicine is a form of membership medicine. You pay a membership fee – often payable monthly, quarterly, or annually. The cost of a concierge medicine membership varies between $1,200 per year on the low end to $10,000 per year on the high end.
When searching for a new primary care doctor, you want to find the right fit. Someone you trust. Someone who provides the type of care you’re looking for.
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Healthcare in America is an imperfect system — complicated, costly, and seemingly concerned with a million things that aren’t you, the patient.
We know there may be uncertainty when switching to concierge medicine. How do you know you’re choosing the right home for your healthcare?