Patients can receive comprehensive service without waiting from a growing number of primary-care doctors who've switched to concierge medicine. But it comes at a price, often hundreds or thousands of dollars a year, and at a time when many Americans are already struggling to afford their insurance and medical care.
Is this 'wealth care' or the next big thing in medicine?
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