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DPCJ’s Top Infographics about Private Pay Medicine

‘We’ve trawled the web to find the most informative and educational Infographics about Membership Medicine … and look what we’ve uncovered.’

By DPC Journal Staff

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Last Updated: SEPTEMBER 10, 2015 – Every picture tells a story, as they say, but sometimes it takes a clever combination of words and pictures to tell a story quickly, concisely and in an entertaining fashion.

Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) has certainly contributed its share of infographics over the years to major media outlets, inquiring employers, patients and helped numerous university students and medical residents learn more about this unique delivery model in healthcare.

CMTs research arm, The Concierge Medicine Research Collective (The Collective), has put together some of the industry’s best infographics and “share” graphics. Feel free to “Share” these in your social media in the coming days, weeks and months. (Visit Facebook)

We’ve trawled the web to uncover the very best examples of infographics, educational graphics and more to show you just how easy it is to understand how this industry is changing healthcare for the better. Not every graphic is specifically about concierge medicine … but if it’s on our list (below), it’s relevant to the national conversation.

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When comparing newer payment models with survey results from 2011, there has been a dramatic rise in physicians choosing ACOs, with 24% of all physicians now employed in these organizations vs only 3% in 2011. Furthermore, 10% are planning on joining this year. In spite of considerable publicity, cash-only and concierge practices are still not significant payment models.[11,12] In the Medscape survey, participation in concierge practices increased from 1% to 3%. Still, although there were only 4400 concierge (or direct primary care) practices in 2012, they continue to gain support.[13] Glen Stream, AAFP Board Chair, said in May 2013, “[Direct primary care] is one option that is particularly well suited for small family medicine practices that are struggling financially in environments not yet supporting [the patient-centered medical home] with a viable payment model.”[14]

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According to CMT's DOC FINDER, which receives thousands of unique patient visitors every month, California takes the lead with the most amount of prospective patient searches looking to connect with a doctor. ConciergeMedicineToday.com has become the leading digital resource for timely, trusted health news and concierge medical information and their DOC FINDER search engine is one of the most recognized, publicized and utilized physician search engine in the world.

#13 — Click on Graphic to Enlarge. According to CMT’s DOC FINDER, which receives thousands of unique patient visitors every month, California takes the lead with the most amount of prospective patient searches looking to connect with a doctor. ConciergeMedicineToday.com has become the leading digital resource for timely, trusted health news and concierge medical information and their DOC FINDER search engine is one of the most recognized, publicized and utilized physician search engine in the world.

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What Does It Cost to Run a Startup? – Infographic  By Staff.com OCTOBER 7, 2014 – Staff.com is based on the idea of hiring employees from all around the world. And we’re a startup. So we thought it would be interesting to compare the costs of a startup including a small office and hiring 2 developers and 1 designer from different cities and countries. Source:… Read More ›blue line

DOCTORS: How to Write Better Emails (Infographic)  By Catherine Clifford September 10, 2014 – Emails are your window to the world these days, and so if your emails aren’t getting attention, then that probably means you aren’t, either. Some of your first interactions with potential customers will start online, so be sure to have a respectable email address. It may seem like… Read More ›blue line

Doctors Make $.03 Cents Less Than Teachers — INFOGRAPHIC  The Deceptive Salary of Doctors JUNE 21, 2014 — Most people believe that high school teachers don’t make enough money, and few believe that doctors should make more. Believe it or not, doctors make 3 cents less per hour than high school teachers over the course… Read More ›blue line

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