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an agent used to restore health

a substance used in the treatment of disease

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the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques

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(medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease

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punishment for one's actions

treat medicinally, treat with medicine

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When the recession of 2008 hit, Qamar and his wife, a family physician, began experimenting with affordable alternatives to concierge medicine, eventually settling on the direct primary care model that became MedLion in 2009.
See Nunziato, supra note 10, at 1274-77 (discussing the rise of concierge medicine, particularly for celebrities, and the associated implications for medical malpractice law).
Actually, I did learn about concierge medicine at a medical school class reunion .
Each year, we look for physicians who have made a significant impact on patients, their community, their state, social media, technology and more," said Catherine Sykes, Publisher of the industry's medical news and information agency, Concierge Medicine Today and its sister publication, The Direct Primary Care Journal.
Companies increasingly are marketing to this rising demographic, fueling a surge of ''mass luxury'' products and services from premium Starbucks coffee and organic groceries to concierge medicine and VIP lanes at airports.
Those individualists who organized a session on concierge medicine were given a conference room so far from the action that it might have been in another Canadian province, and they were criticized by some in the ACP as misguided and selfish.
Like old-fashioned doctors, this private practice internist who opened one of the first concierge medicine practices in 2000 practices fee-for-service medicine.
DALLAS -- Physicians in retainer practices are reporting better quality of care and fewer hassles, but the new approach is not without its flaws, according to a survey presented at a national conference on concierge medicine.
Concierge medicine is one of them--part of a broad movement that, he forecasts, will increasingly turn on the discretionary spending of health care consumers.
Founders of concierge medicine to offer highly personalized care in New York City.
x25A0;Rapid consolidation, resulting in the loss of private practice, except for concierge medicine for the few who can afford it.