Jaclyn Nadler MD

Jaclyn S. Nadler, MD, MBA, FACP is a practicing internal medicine physician in Southwest FL. She received her medical degree from the University of Miami and undergraduate (BSN) and graduate (MSN/ARNP) training from the University of Florida in Gainesville. She attended residency at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC and completed her MBA degree with a concentration in medical management from UMass, Amherst. Dr. Nadler recently joined the Direct Primary Care/DPC movement when she became disillusioned with the current state of healthcare including physician abuse, corporate medicine’s focus on quantity of care over quality and the loss of physician autonomy. She started her own DPC clinic, CoastalMED DPC in January 2019 where she can practice medicine on her own terms and provide her patients with the time and superior care they have grown the expect. She is passionate about physicians regaining their rightful place at the helm of healthcare and physicians reverting back to independent practice and regaining autonomy. She is a member of the Florida Medical Association and Direct Primary Care Alliance, she is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians and received her certification as a physician executive (CPE) through the American Association of Physician Leaders. You can learn more about Dr. Nadler and view her blog at www.JaclynNadlerMD.com

Out of Time

I am a physician. I need more time. I need more time to listen to my patients. I need more time to perform a proper exam. I need more time to collect my thoughts. I need more time to document. I need time to care for my family. I need time to recharge. I need…

Patient call centers are BAD medicine

After reading the article,”Using Centralized Call Center Technology to Boost Patient Access”, I was very frustrated with the author implying that patient call center’s motives are to increase access to care and improve office efficiencies and the “patient experience”.  In reality, it is all about the money and controlling doctor’s schedules. My favorite part is…

Learning to love medicine again

There has been a lot of discussion about the state of medicine. Physicians face many challenges in our current healthcare system.  Long hours, liability concerns, electronic record documentation, ever increasing regulations, corporate interference, the need to make patients happy customers despite doing what is in their best interest and the list goes on and on.…