Meet Dr. Murray Buttner, a DPC doc Selling His Practice, Pomfret, CT — 45 minutes from Providence, 60 minutes from Boston and Hartford. [Listing Details Attached]

QUIET CORNER FAMILY PRACTICE (Pomfret, CT; 45 minutes from Providence, 60 minutes from Boston and Hartford) – For Sale (TEL: 860-315-5400 LOCATION: Quiet Corner Family Practice Murray Buttner, MD P.O. Box 158 697 Pomfret St. Pomfret, CT 06258) Download Practice Details Here … | Contact Dr. Murrary Directly for Area Demographics and Listing Details or Call Dr. Murrary Directly at (860) 315-5400 … By Bill … Continue reading Meet Dr. Murray Buttner, a DPC doc Selling His Practice, Pomfret, CT — 45 minutes from Providence, 60 minutes from Boston and Hartford. [Listing Details Attached]

The DPC Patient Checklist (Updated): Top 50 Questions Every Patient Should Ask A DPC Doctor Before They Sign-Up.

By Michael Tetreault, Editor, The DPC Journal (With editorial contributions by more than 50 DPC Physicians and over 3,000 active Patients!) Last Updated: MAY 2019 – With the editorial assistance of a few hundred self-proclaimed, satisfied and loyal Patient readers in more than 50 Direct Primary Care (DPC) clinics across the country and several dozen tweaks over the past several years, we’ve put together an … Continue reading The DPC Patient Checklist (Updated): Top 50 Questions Every Patient Should Ask A DPC Doctor Before They Sign-Up.

VIRGINIA: “I feel empowered to practice medicine the way I was trained.” ~Dr. Royston

By Cassandra Brown, Contributor FEBRUARY 25, 2015 – Some local patients have access to more personalized medical care since last month, when a Marshall physician changed the way he practices. Norris Royston has altered his work at Countryside Family Practice with an additional focus on wellness, prevention and personalized medicine. Starting Jan.1, Dr. Royston became the first physician in Fauquier County to adopt the “concierge” … Continue reading VIRGINIA: “I feel empowered to practice medicine the way I was trained.” ~Dr. Royston

Survey Says, Physicians Are Overextended, But The Profession Is Thriving: 6% plan to switch to concierge medicine.

Brad Broker on December 22, 2014 – 5:31 PM Doctors are overextended and want to see more trained physicians to thwart an impending shortage, according to a new survey. The Physicians Foundation, a national organization providing grants for medical research, and physicians search firm Merritt Hawkins conducted a survey of over 20,000 doctors to assess the climate of the medical profession.  They found that a … Continue reading Survey Says, Physicians Are Overextended, But The Profession Is Thriving: 6% plan to switch to concierge medicine.