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STARTUP: Topeka doctor opening practice that won't take insurance.

By Megan Hart

FEB. 21, 2015 - Jennifer Harader decided it was time for a change when she felt she had to spend more time satisfying insurers than her patients. 686 more words


Attention, Shoppers: Prices For 70 Health Care Procedures Now Online!

By Jay Hancock, NPR

February 26, 2015 9:10 AM ET – Buying health care in America is like shopping blindfolded at Macy’s and getting the bill months after you leave the store, Princeton economist Uwe Reinhardt likes to say. 801 more words


VIRGINIA: Veteran Marshall physician adopts “concierge” model

By Cassandra Brown, Contributor

FEBRUARY 25, 2015 - Some local patients have access to more personalized medical care since last month, when a Marshall physician changed the way he practices. 844 more words


TRENDING: LA Visitors are Turning to House Call Medicine for In-Room Hotel Concierge Care

Rather than going to a congested hospital in an unfamiliar city, travelers needing medical care turn to Dr. Michael Farzam of House Call Doctor Los Angeles. 578 more words


One Medical, 'How this startup became one of the hottest health care models.'

By Mary Ann Azevedo, Contributor, San Francisco Business Times

The UpTake: Tech firms have long been famous for the perks they provide employees. Some, like Uber, are carrying that mentality a step further by providing… 711 more words


TECHNOLOGY: PokitDok jumps into healthcare scheduling with new API.

By Dan Verel

January 14, 2015 3:44 pm Silicon Valley startup Pokitdok rolled out an Enterprise Scheduler, enabling a wide range of providers — group practices, hospitals and… 272 more words