"Concierge medicine," a model of care in which patients pay extra money to a doctor in exchange for better care and more access, is a growing trend in healthcare. But critics argue that if doctors flock to concierge medicine there will be fewer primary-care doctors left to handle the millions of patients who can't afford this type of treatment.
Doctor 'subscriptions' on the rise as more turn to concierge medicine
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