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Tennessee Doctor Opens MDVIP-Affiliated Primary Care Medical Practice

MDVIP
Posted on: 17 Dec 17

BOCA RATON, Fla., Dec. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MDVIP, the national leader in affordable personalized healthcare, announced today that Ted J. Miller, M.D., has opened an MDVIP-affiliated primary care practice in Goodlettsville/Nashville, Tennessee, to deliver a better healthcare experience with an emphasis on health prevention, not just the treatment of illness. Dr. Miller earned his medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville. He completed an internship and residency in Family Medicine at Wright State Affiliated Hospitals in Dayton, Ohio, as well as an additional year of Internal Medicine training at Vanderbilt.

Dr. Miller joins 18 other MDVIP physician affiliates across East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee and West Tennessee.

"For more than three decades, I've had the privilege of providing care to families in Davidson and Sumner counties," said Dr. Miller. "My affiliation with the MDVIP network gives me and my patients the opportunity to spend significantly more time together, discussing all of their medical concerns and creating a wellness plan that is customized to their unique needs and helps put them on a path to their best health."

Personalized Preventive Care
MDVIP-affiliated physicians have significantly smaller practices, which allows them to spend more time with each patient and provide highly individualized primary care compared to traditional practices. For an annual membership fee, each patient receives the MDVIP Wellness Program, a comprehensive yearly health assessment that includes advanced diagnostic tests and health screenings to give a more complete view of the patient's overall health. Using the results, physicians provide one-on-one coaching and tools to help patients make healthier lifestyle choices, prevent disease and achieve their personal wellness goals.

Proven Health Outcomes 
Published research supports the MDVIP model. Medicare patients in MDVIP-affiliated practices were admitted to the hospital 79% less than patients in traditional practices, and commercial patients were in the hospital 72% less, notes an American Journal of Managed Care study. This significant reduction in hospitalizations yielded a $300-million savings for Medicare in one year. Readmission rates for Medicare patients suffering heart attack, congestive heart failure, and pneumonia were dramatically lower than readmission rates for non-MDVIP Medicare patients.

Smaller Practice, More Time
Other benefits of an MDVIP-affiliated practice include same- or next-day appointments that start on time and last an average of 30 minutes. Physicians are reachable 24/7 by cell phone. If patients have an emergent need while traveling, their physician can help arrange care with a local hospital, pharmacy or doctor, which may include an MDVIP-affiliated physician. Demonstrating the value of the MDVIP model, patient satisfaction and annual membership renewals consistently exceed 90 percent.

About MDVIP
MDVIP leads the market in membership-based healthcare that goes far beyond concierge medicine services with a national network of more than 950 primary care physicians focused on prevention and personalized healthcare. Learn more at www.mdvip.com.

Media Contact:
Leslie Monreal-Feil
954.401.9931 
lesliejmonreal@gmail.com

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Mike Wood
PharmiWeb.com
www.pharmiweb.com
editor@pharmiweb.com

Last updated on: 17/12/2017

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