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Industry Pioneers Terry Bauer, Specialdocs CEO, and Northern Virginia Physician Natasha Beauvais, MD to Speak at Concierge Medicine’s Largest Gathering

CHICAGO, Oct. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Terry Bauer, CEO of Specialdocs Consultants, a pioneering concierge medicine transition and management company, will be a featured presenter at the Concierge Medicine Forum in Atlanta, GA, the industry’s annual event. Bauer will discuss the evolving healthcare insurance market and its impact on membership medicine on Friday, Oct. 26 at 10:45 a.m., and will also provide his expertise on the requirements to achieve success as a concierge physician at a pre-conference workshop Oct. 25.

“I embraced the potential of concierge medicine at its inception, and believe in it even more so today, having witnessed firsthand how each individual practice positively contributes to making a difference in a troubled healthcare environment,” says Bauer. “Concierge medicine is unique in recognizing and highlighting the doctor-patient relationship as the most essential element of quality care, and providing a proven, viable platform to fulfill this imperative.  I look forward to sharing our experiences at the Concierge Medicine Forum.”

In addition, Natasha Lewry Beauvais, MD, partner at one of the nation’s first family medicine concierge practices, Northern Virginia Family Practice, will be featured on a panel discussion October 27 at 11:05 a.m., focused on the rising trend of women in concierge medicine, exploring issues that include:

  • why concierge medicine may provide the key to reversing rising rates of burnout among women physicians
  • the impact of concierge medicine on pay disparity and work-life balance
  • how concierge medicine supports a different approach to patient care

The two-day forum hosted by leading trade publication Concierge Medicine Today (CMT) serves as think tank and unique industry gathering to uncover emerging trends in the personalized care industry and current trends having an impact on the quality of healthcare.

Natasha Lewry Beauvais, MD, partner at one of the nation’s first family medicine concierge practices, Northern Virginia Family Practice, will be featured on a panel discussion October 27 at 11:05 a.m., focused on the rising trend of women in concierge medicine

“The Concierge Medicine Forum is about showcasing new ideas by some of the brightest minds in the industry who will share what the future of healthcare looks like, and how we can all play a role in helping people on their path to better health,” said CMT publisher Catherine Sykes.

For post-event coverage, visit www.Specialdocs.com

Specialdocs Consultants has provided expert guidance, counsel, and management services to physicians across the country since 2002, helping them transform their practices and their lives with concierge medicine, and then supporting them for the long term.

About Dr. Beauvais
Dr. Natasha Lewry Beauvais received her B.A. from Yale University, and her M.D. and Master of Public Health degrees from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.  She completed her residency in Family Medicine at SUNY Stony Brook and at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Jamaica Hospital Family Practice Residency in NY. Dr. Beauvais started her career in public health in Washington DC. She spent the last 11 years at Northern Virginia Family Practice Associates (NVFPA), and in 2013, worked with Specialdocs to make the change to concierge medicine. Dr. Beauvais was a featured participant in the company’s 2018 “Women in Concierge Medicine” podcast.

Mindy Kolof, Specialdocs, mkolof@specialdocs.com

SOURCE Specialdocs Consultants, LLC

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http://www.specialdocs.com

Other panelists include Moderator, Dr. Pamila Brar and Dr. Suzanne Ferree Turner of Vine Medical in Atlanta, GA.

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