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Fostering Strong Doctor-Patient Relationships Through Concierge Medicine

Posted: October 25, 2021 at 1:39 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Dr. David M. Radin, MD, who leads his own internal medicine practice in Stamford, CT, focused on optimizing health care, providing concierge medicine, and fostering strong doctor-patient relationships joins Enterprise Fit Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. David M. Radin discuss the following:

  1. Dr. Radin, why don’t’ you start by telling us about how you became a physician and why you chose to focus on Internal Medicine?
  2. What made you decide to transition to a concierge model? How did you see it benefiting you as a physician (model of care, financial sustainability, professional and personal flexibility, etc.)?
  3. What do you see as the key benefits to Members of the Radin CCPHP concierge program? Have there been any particular benefits during the COVID pandemic?
  4. How have your patients reacted to the change? How do you find that this model contributes to helping patients seek optimal health?
  5. What would your best advice be for other doctors who are considering transitioning to a concierge model?

Dr. David M. Radin attended college at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and medical school at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY. Dr. Radin relocated to Stamford, CT in 1993 and joined the medical staff at Stamford Hospital, and opened his own private practice in 1998.

Dr. Radin has had a continuing interest in the promotion of medical science. Dr. Radin served as the Director of Clinical Services at Barton and Polansky Associates, a contract research organization providing support to pharmaceutical and medical device industries, for six years. He went on to become an investigator in over 60 clinical research studies on a broad range of medication, disease state, anti-infective, transplant, metabolic, cardiovascular, and pain management trials. His extensive experience working with industry leaders provides him a unique insider’s perspective on cutting-edge advancements in medicine that could benefit his patients.

Dr. Radin’s more recent accomplishment includes maintaining his Level 3 Medical Home Certification since 2011 through the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA), for evidence-based measures to provide quality care to diabetic patients. Moreover, he is one of the only three practices in Connecticut recognized for quality care by the NCQA.

In his free time, Dr. Radin enjoys a variety of activities including golfing, skiing, paddle boarding, playing bridge, and spending time with his family.

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