Saturday, June 3, 2017

“In my old waiting room in Seattle, the C.E.O. of a company might be sitting next to a custodian from that company,” Dr. Maron recalled.


“While I admired that egalitarian aspect of medicine, it started to appear somewhat odd. Why would people who have all their other affairs in order — legal, financial, even groundskeepers — settle for a 15-minute slot?”

Yes, exactly. Why sit in a waiting room with the riff-raff when you could have your own concierge physician for only $40,000 a year -- “cheaper than the annual gardener’s bill at your mansion”?  The New York Times explains what you need to do.


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