Doctors who sub-specialize in sleep medicine might be good candidates for practices that eschew insurance.
JANUARY 12, 2017 – In a time when nearly half of physicians polled report some level of burnout, the membership model of medicine—in which doctors are retained by relatively few patients for a monthly or annual fee—offers an interesting alternative. About 3% of physicians work in such a practice, often referred to as “concierge” medicine, according to Medscape. Most of these are primary care physicians, but specialists are beginning to enter the field as well.
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