Even House Calls?

Kaelble, Steve
August 2003
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p26
Focuses on Indianapolis, Indiana-based Priority Access, a concierge and clinical service that promises patients immediate access to doctors and clinicians. Founding of the company by chief executive officer Jason Randolph; Annual amount charged for adult patients; Description of exam suites.


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