More and more doctors are offering patients shared medical appointments—visits in which small groups of patients meet to receive education, undergo checkups, and talk about their experiences.

Typically, these appointments are used as part of the management of chronic conditions, and some doctors in the U.S. offering shared medical appointments to patients with erectile dysfunction and kidney disease. Besides being good for some patients, such group sessions can be profitable for practices.

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