Concierge medicine works for patients who want or require personalized care: 24/7 access to a health provider, the reassurance that comes from having a doctor on call, and attentiveness that comes from not having to share a physician with hundreds of other patients (as can be the case when consulting traditional primary care doctors). Telemedicine enables your practice to deliver concierge-level care without complicated logistics or high costs because of its ability to facilitate communication between doctors and patients from anytime and anywhere. CareClix can provide you with the telemedicine technology you need to establish your concierge medicine practice, expand the number of patients you can care for, and improve health outcomes for everyone you treat.

CareClix can help you establish and grow your concierge medicine practice with:

Self-scheduling Services - Concierge medicine patients want individualized service, and with CareClix self-scheduling features, your practice will deliver what your clients want. Also, you’ll save time and money from fewer canceled or rescheduled visits, and lower administrative costs than with traditional, in-house scheduling systems.

Online Communications Platform - Consult with your patients when it’s mutually convenient via videoconferencing. Analyze skin conditions and injuries via secure image transfer. Or check in from anywhere on our app or mobile platform. Concierge medicine patients expect excellent customer service to justify their subscription fees; CareClix will help you provide world-class care from anywhere on the globe at a moment’s notice.

Automated Billing, Claims, and Reimbursement Workflow - In concierge medicine, billing needs are unique, and often more complex than those of traditional medical practices. You cover services many insurance plans don’t cover, accept patients who willingly pay out-of-pocket for premium care, and still face the headache of navigating coverage policies offered by multiple insurance companies. Let CareClix simplify your life by streamlining your insurance reimbursement process and automating billing and payment processing. With CareClix to help with insurance and financials, you can focus on what’s most important: providing excellent medical care to people who need it.

Electronic Prescription Services - Arrange virtual visits to assess your clients’ pharmaceutical needs, electronically transmit refill prescriptions to their preferred pharmacy, and streamline the process of getting medicine to your patients when they need it, no matter how far away they are from your office.

Electronic Health Records - With patients’ health records available from your computer or mobile device, CareClix makes accessing your patients’ medical histories as easy as tapping out a few clicks on your keyboard.

How CareClix can help your concierge medicine practice excel? Check out the resources, below:

  • Interested in telemedicine, but not sure about the financial impacts on your practice? Click here for details about how telemedicine makes sense in terms of care, and also your bottom line.

  • How does telemedicine complement better overall care? Read our blog post on the subject, here.

  • Visit our site to learn more about CareClix, its offerings, and how we can support your practice. Or shoot us an email with questions at [email protected]

    John Korangy, MD
    Cofounder, CareClix
    E: [email protected]
    P: 855.227.3259

About the Author:

Dr. Korangy is the Cofounder of CareClix, a Pioneer in the field of Telemedicine, and a widely respected doctor with more than a decade of experience working as a physician. Dr. Korangy specializes in radiology, and understands firsthand many challenges facing doctors and patients in today’s evolving economic and political environments. Dr. Korangy is committed to improving service delivery to patients throughout the United States, and to supporting the medical community in expanding what is possible for care. He received his medical degree from George Washington University and received medical training at Georgetown University.