The routine care that most patients receive is more compromised than people understand.


There is a chasm in the quality of care.

Virtually all studies have found that 30% or more healthcare services are inappropriate or counterproductive.

Here are just a few examples of inappropriate services:

  • Heart stents: 22%
  • Hysterectomies: 16-70%
  • Knee replacements: 34%

At the same time, the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) brought about unprecedented changes to the US health care system.

It is becoming increasingly difficult and time-consuming for health care consumers to navigate the system.

Healthcare costs are too high and rising too quickly

Costs have increased 70% over the last decade, well in excess of inflation, with more increases predicted.

Quality is too variable

Up to 36% of diagnoses are delayed, skipped, or inaccurate, accounting for 40,000 to 80,000 deaths a year

The system is inhumanely complex

$1 trillion - 1.3rd of all spending - is wasted on inappropriate treatments and procedure

More than 400,000 people die annually in the US due to medical errors and complications, making this the 3rd leading cause of death.

Care Without Compromise


In every profession there are many who are very good and a few – a very few – who are truly excellent. Private Health Management stands for excellence in medicine.

Private Health is the definitive source for priority access to the very finest physicians and surgeons in the world. Our clinician-led Personal Care Teams, in concert with our expert advisory board of world-class specialists, develop state-of-the-art treatment plans for our clients and coordinate all medical and logistical aspects of their care. Our Care Teams are available to our clients 24/7 without limitation.

There is a growing gap between the routine care (and access) that most patients receive and BEST care and outcomes.

Private Health deploys expert physician networks, disease-specific care management protocols, unparalleled research capabilities and an exceptionally well-trained clinical staff to bridge the growing gap between routine care and outcome and best possible care and outcome.