A “Toes-to-Nose” Patient Wellness Visit
It’s not just patients who feel rushed and left with unanswered during their appointments. Before switching to MDVIP, Dr. Nicholas Biasotto had 4,000 patients and was seeing 50 a day. Biasotto admits, “I felt like I was shortchanging them.” Biasotto, along with other primary care doctors, open up how concierge or membership medicine models like MDVIP give them more time with patients. Time they can now spend going over their test results, raising questions, bringing up overlooked issues, consulting with specialists and advocating for them with insurance companies.