May 25, 2018 | By The DPC Coalition
The Primary Care Enhancement Act (H.R. 365 and S. 1358 ) is a bipartisan bill which expands access to high-functioning primary care services for Americans of all income and age levels. The legislation clarifies to the tax code to remove a major federal regulatory barrier keeping patients, providers and employers who use Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) from using innovative Direct Primary Care (DPC) medical homes to improve health outcomes and reduce costs.
American Hospital Association YouTube Page | Uploaded on May 9, 2018
“Direct Primary Care offers the opportunity for Seniors to get accessible primary care from a physician that they know at a predictable and affordable price… a significant step representing the fundamental rethinking of provider compensation necessary to deliver value… The proposal also reflects our interest in testing ways to reduce burden on providers that may be impeding care coordination.”