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Concierge medicine sucks for specialists. Here’s why.

As a private practice specialist in an affluent metropolitan area, I am often inundated with requests for consultation by local residents and primary physicians. That’s fine — it’s what I do, and it’s what I enjoy doing. Hey, it pays the bills, and I won’t complain about that. Concierge medicine has taken a foothold locally, […]
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