‘Concierge’ Medicine Gets More Affordable, But Is Still Not Widespread

(By Selena Simmons-Duffin)

Some people pay $200 a month on the golf course or a fancy cable TV package, says David Westbrook, a hospital executive in Kansas City, Mo. His splurge? He pays Dr. John Dunlap $133 a month for what he considers exceptional primary care.

“I have the resources to spend a little extra money on my health care to my primary care physician relationship,” Westbrook says. “Because I have that access — and am very proactive in managing my personal health — I think I’m going to be healthier.”  Continue reading article here…

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