The medical practice my DH and I have gone to for 20 years is soon going to be a concierge practice. There will be a minimum charge of $1650 per person per year and many of their services and tests will NOT be covered by insurance because many will be considered WELLNESS tests. The annual fee is also not deductible as a medical expense on our taxes, Our current insurance (Blue Cross/Blue Shield) will also be billed in addition to the annual fee the same as now, with our regular co-pay. I have absolutely no intention of staying with this practice, but I was wondering if others had any experience with this? In my research about this particular medical VIP plan, I found that it is owned by Proctor & Gamble.
This post was edited by redcurls on Sun, May 4, 14 at 14:35