By Michael Tetreault, Editor, The Direct Primary Care Journal (DPC Journal) SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 – In a recent interview between The Direct Primary Care Journal (DPC Journal) and The American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP), President, Dr. Matthew Priddy stated that the industry’s association is focusing on five key areas. Those include: legal compliance for doctors, innovative learning tracks at national meetings, physician networking, legislative … Continue reading American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP) Course Corrects Physician Association.
Source: Yahoo! News SEPT. 23, 2014 – Healthcare service provider CVS Health Corporation (CVS) has recently inaugurated five MinuteClinic walk-in clinics within selective CVS/pharmacy stores in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Creve Coeur, Ellisville, O’Fallon, St. Peters and St. Louis (Mehlville) are the five locations hosting the latest MinuteClinic operations. These St. Louis clinics add to the already-existing 15 MinuteClinic locations in the Kansas City … Continue reading CVS Health’s MinuteClinic Debuts in St. Louis at 5 Stores
LANSING, Mich., Sept. 25 — The Michigan Senate Republicans issued the following news release: Michigan launched the first retaliatory salvo against the so-called Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) this week as legislation sponsored by Senator Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton) to assert that Direct Primary Care Services should not treated as an insurance product was reported out of the Senate Insurance Committee. The purpose of the bill (SB … Continue reading POLICY and LAW, MICHIGAN: ‘Bill to Expand Access to Direct Primary Care Services in MI Passes Senate Committee.’
Dr. Albert Fuchs: Fixing a Broken Model, Part 1 of 2 By Loryn Okken SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 – “It’s all about deciding who you want to work for. I don’t want to work for Medicare or Blue Cross or Blue Shield. I want to work for my patients.”- Dr. Albert Fuchs It has been 7 years since Dr. Albert Fuchs sat down to carefully draft … Continue reading Six Questions about Direct Pay with Dr. Albert Fuchs … “Fixing a Broken Model.” — PART 1