Concierge Medicine is Booming

MDVIP, which started in Boca Raton, Fla., in 2000, expects to add more than 80 doctors to its network of 300 this year….. Each MDVIP doctor is limited to 600 patients, who each pay $1,500 to $1,800 a year.

Doctors give patients their cell phone numbers and schedule leisurely same-day appointments with no waiting. Some make house calls, though patients still need health insurance to pay for hospitalizations and specialists.

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  1. Bruce says:

    Here’s a radical idea: why not let every doctor be a concierge doctor?

  2. Ron Greiner says:

    A family of 4 would pay $6000 – $7,200 a year plus have to purchase health insurance in case they got cancer.

    Dr. Molden says, “What I’m offering is to keep people out of hospitals.” Oh please. I have a client who is a physician and we have paid $2 1/2 million on his bone cancer so far.

    Doctors can’t keep themselves out of the hospitals so they can’t keep you out either. We have a very long history of doctors getting sick and dying.

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