Concierge medicine is a rapidly growing and evolving supplement to traditional medical care. A concierge physician charges a retainer that provides the patient with services not covered by insurance. The arrangement typically includes enhanced accessibility to the physician, among a host of other services as determined by each concierge practice. As the concierge medicine movement has expanded from primary care physicians to specialists, so has the range of services provided. Due to the complex issued raised by such a unique professional business, launching a concierge practice entails careful review of all applicable federal and state laws and regulations to assure compliance.
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By Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, LLP.