By The National Advisory Board; February 9, 2015 by William Hudec and Cassie Dormond
According to the guidelines of the Affordable Care Act, direct primary care constitutes compliant insurance coverage, but it must be bundled with “wraparound” catastrophic medical policy for emergencies. Depending on the model, subscription fees may cover most primary care procedures, from physicals and EKGs to strep tests and stitches, but medical groups should clearly articulate what services are and are not included within its concierge offering.
Are you considering concierge medicine for your medical group? Do you have other concerns or operational hurdles you need to overcome?
Source: The National Advisory Board; February 9, 2015 by William Hudec and Cassie Dormond