‘Concierge medicine’ grows among wealthy people during pandemic. But at what cost to the rest of us?

Publisher: KCRW

When you walk into Dr. David Nazarian’s Beverly Hills waiting room, you might think you’ve accidentally entered a spa. Clients sit on soft plushy couches instead of hard plastic chairs, and eat full-sized candy bars instead of those stale peppermints commonplace in doctors’ offices. Plus, his staff offers a vitamin B12 IV drip to each person who walks through his doors.