concierge fee

A fee charged by some physicians—e.g., cardiologists—for providing personal expanded health access and services
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concierge fee

Health care A fee charged by some physicians–eg, cardiologists, for providing expanded personal access and services. See Boutique hospital.
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While there are several models of concierge practice, in many instances physicians charge a service fee for medical procedures in addition to the fixed concierge fee. In this model, the concierge fee is charged for the availability of the physician to the patient rather than the medical procedures (Japsen, 2013).
Trugman said she accepts all kinds of health insurance; her concierge fee and the additional services she provides are not covered.