Some Thoughts on Telemedicine – by Robert Nelson, MD

By The Sovereign Patient on September 1, 2014 Third-party free practices (DPC, cash-only, membership medicine, some concierge medicine) are a natural fit for a variety of electronic media that can be used to communicate with patients. Patients love it. It is what I call lifestyle-friendly medicine. It syncs seamlessly with how people currently live their lives and communicate with friends, family and business colleagues. So … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Telemedicine – by Robert Nelson, MD

CVS, the largest provider of retail clinics nationwide, the average cost of services at its in-store MinuteClinics is $79 to $89

By Lisa Zamosky JULY 13, 2014 – Mary Castaneda had a sinus infection that just wouldn’t go away, and she was feeling awful. She knew she needed to see a doctor, but her timing was off. “It was after-hours so I couldn’t get in to see my doctor,” says the 35-year-old Mission Viejo real estate agent. She’d recently heard about a new service that would … Continue reading CVS, the largest provider of retail clinics nationwide, the average cost of services at its in-store MinuteClinics is $79 to $89

Using mobile tools to help patients stay out of the hospital nets Self Health Network $5.6M

August 18, 2014 6:15 pm by Mark Sullivan It’s become a thing: service platforms and apps that help patients follow aftercare and wellness instructions while away from the healthcare system. Not taking care of themselves after a procedure is common among patients, and it’s costing health-care payers billions. Sounds like a good pain point for a digital health startup to address. And many are. One of them is … Continue reading Using mobile tools to help patients stay out of the hospital nets Self Health Network $5.6M

PRIDDY, MD: “We want all conference participants to walk away from this two-day event with hard answers to the big questions in DPC and Private Medicine. Three new educational tracks have also been added … [including DPC].”

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Michael Chesser, 877/ 746-7301 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE First Private Medicine Certification Announcement Expected at American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP) Fall Summit in Miami Indianapolis, Ind (August 18, 2014) – The first formal practice certification in private medicine will be announced by the American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP) at the Fall Summit in Miami, Florida on October 10-11, 2014. The AAPP … Continue reading PRIDDY, MD: “We want all conference participants to walk away from this two-day event with hard answers to the big questions in DPC and Private Medicine. Three new educational tracks have also been added … [including DPC].”