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Lawrence Reaves's Articles in Healthcare Systems

  • Doctors and Patients Favoring Concierge Medicine
    With so much turmoil surrounding the medical community, and good medical care becoming ever more difficult to come by, more physicians are leaving large medical facilities to open smaller practices Patients are responding favorably to this trend, as most individuals appreciate the idea of more thorough, personal care, the ability to reach a doctor day or night, and the ease of scheduling appointments on short notice
  • Is Concierge Medicine Worth the Cost
    Recently many doctors have grown weary of the hectic, impersonal atmosphere of large medical facilities Rather than stay and become desensitized to the personal needs of each patient, several medical practitioners are reexamining their reasons for entering the field in the first place
  • Different Types of Direct Care
    Concierge medicine or direct care has become very popular in the last few years, and as a somewhat new phenomenon, it is often misunderstood This is partly because the kind of plan one can choose varies greatly, from practice to practice, as well as within a single practice
  • Working With A Direct Care Physician
    Direct Care Medicine is a new and growing solution to the problems facing both doctors and patients in today's frustrating world of insurance-controlled medicine.
  • Is There A Solution To Today's Healthcare Crisis?
    Finding a physician for your personal medical needs is an increasingly difficult problem. As insurance programs decrease the numbers of physicians that you can choose from and while physicians begin to set caps on the numbers of new patients they are willing to accept, more and more individuals are being turned away from the selected doctors on their insurance's preferred list.
  • Facts About Direct Primary Care and Concierge Medicine
    Debates about healthcare have been turning up in news stories for years There is no debate that people need access to good medical care and that those who see doctors regularly and receive preventative care are healthier
  • Carotid Artery Disease
    Like all organs in the body, the brain requires a constant supply of oxygenated blood If blood is prevented from reaching the brain (i
  • Long-Term Effects of Heart Valve Disease
    The heart has four valves that control the flow of blood from the upper chambers (atria) to the lower chambers (ventricles), and outward from the ventricles The tricuspid valve is located between the right atrium and right ventricle; the pulmonary valve is found between the right ventricle and pulmonary trunk; the mitral valve sits between the left-sided chambers; and the aortic valve allows blood to flow out of the left ventricle to the aorta
  • Managing And Correcting Atrial Fibrillation
    The heart's rhythm is based on electrical signals that begin in a group of cells called the sinoatrial (SA) node The SA node is found in the right atrium
  • Top Five Reasons To Regularly Visit The Same Doctor
    A number of factors including health insurance restrictions, cost, and busy schedules have led Americans down a path of sporadic health care. In the United States, an overwhelming number of people do not visit a doctor until they become very ill or have other problems they can no longer handle on their own.

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