Group lets docs have patience
Frustrated with seeing as many as 40 patients a day for just a few minutes at a time, seven doctors will be the first in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to join a national network of specialized medical practices. The Florida-based MDVIP network is trying to join with more practices around the country. Patients who sign up for MDVIP get regular physicals, a Web-based listing of all their medical records, and a fee pays for the preventive care that is not covered by Medicare or private insurance policies.
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