Categories for: Press stories

Why private practice is not going away

A terrific article in the Business of Medicine section of Medscape, talking about physicians who do not want to be employees going back to private practice, or doing it for the first time. A lot of compelling stories from individual docs here, as well a discussion of the larger picture. There are a lot of…

Article in Philadelphia Medicine

We got a little write-up in Philadelphia Medicine, talking about co-working as a new model of running a practice. As we approach the opening of our Marlton location in just a few weeks, we’re excited about any press coverage that helps us get the word out to the healthcare community. Without naming any names, we’re…

Our interview in Chain Store Age


We got interviewed in an outlet focused on retail spaces. https://www.chainstoreage.com/medical-co-working-office-concept-looks-expand While we aren’t focused specifically on retail spaces, our first location is in a mixed-use building, and this publication covers business in the kind of “main street” setting where we are looking to grow. We’re excited that, little by little, the business press is…

NREI article


There is an article about us in NREI. This is a bit of “inside baseball” – it’s a publication mostly for real-estate professionals and investors, rather than the public. However, we’re glad to reach investors since we’ve got plans to grow to additional locations in the next year, and are glad to discuss plans with…

We’re in PhillyMag!


Another article about us just out today in PhillyMag: https://www.phillymag.com/healthcare-news/2020/10/13/medcoshare-medical-coworking-philly/ The consolidation of the healthcare industry has made it harder for independent doctors and other healthcare providers to find space and resources. We’re here to help, and this article explains how and why. One thing this article didn’t talk about is our flexibility for those…

A story about MedCoShare in the Temple University press

Two of the founders of MedCoShare met while they were getting their MBAs at Temple’s Fox School of Business. The university press has just published a short article on our company’s founding, and on how we are reaching out to the university community for input and advisors. This is a story of hope and optimism…

Medical co-working is catching on!

Co-working has been booming in many industries. Though it started with traditional office work, it has happened with artists, beauticians, and many others. It has gotten to the point where there are websites devoted to it as a concept. Now, one of those websites has discovered medical practice. They didn’t talk to us, but they…

Telemedicine takeover is far from assured


This piece is from mid-summer, but it’s still worth a look. https://www.politico.com/newsletters/future-pulse/2020/07/22/telemedicine-revolution-deferred-789320 The COVID pandemic has led to more physicians seeing patients using telemedicine technologies, helped along by a temporary loosening of restrictions on reimbursement by both government and private insurers. This led to widespread predictions that telemedicine is bound to essentially take over healthcare.…

A piece about us in Technical.ly

Another piece about MedCoShare in the local news: MedCoShare in Technical.ly The focus of the publication is more technical, and down the line we see incorporating a lot more technology into our offering – from self-service scheduling to something like a platform to connect HCPs with extra space to those looking for space. For now,…

Article in Philly Inquirer


So, we got a writeup in the Philadelphia Inquirer Sophie Burkholder did a terrific job of gathering information, not just from us but from stakeholders in the healthcare community and others, and produced a story that touches on many of the points we think make MedCoShare a great solution to a growing problem for independent…