Many doctors are revamping their medical practice to adapt to increasing demands from insurers and the government to bring down costs while improving care. Physician Thomas Bellavia of New Jersey created a medical home that uses teams of doctors and nurses to offer more coordinated care for patients, while Mark Holthouse of California transformed his clinic into a subscription-based model that includes care and services such as acupuncture and fitness coaching.

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