Written by Dr. Joel Warshaw | Published on Friday, August 14th, 2015

When did practicing medicine become so complicated? What happened to the good old days when a doctor could focus on the patient, without all of the noise surrounding government regulations, insurance pressures, and administrative duties competing for time and attention?

Well, those days are over, at least when it comes to running a traditional primary care practice.

The good news is that there are other options: namely, a concierge or direct care practice. The newly popular model offers benefits to both doctors and their patients who are looking to maximize patient care and patient-doctor interaction. If you haven’t been happy in a traditional practice or you feel that there might be something better out there for you, then I encourage you to read on.

See the 7 signs it’s time to transition to concierge medicine: