By The Southeast Missourian MARCH 18, 2014 – Dr. Michael Wulfers, a family physician who has practiced in Cape Girardeau since 1985, will open the city’s first direct primary care practice, IndependentMD, on April 1 at 37 Doctors’ Park Drive. Direct primary care medical practices, also called concierge medicine, are opening across the country, according to an email sent to the Southeast Missourian from Wulfers. … Continue reading Missouri: Dr. Michael Wulfers, family physician, will open the city’s first DPC practice, IndependentMD, April 1.
BY Arlene Weintraub March 14, 2014 — On March 25, the U.S. Supreme Court will take up a case that has brought to light the potentially high costs of not complying with the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. The case was originally filed by Hobby Lobby, an Oklahoma City company that contends it would be violating its owners’ religious beliefs if it obeys … Continue reading Obamacare: What Will it Cost if You Don’t Comply?
By Patty Miller The Edmond Sun EDMOND, OK — March 19, 2014 — Edmond doctor Jeffrey Davenport, M.D., is planning to open a new practice, One Focus Medical, on April 1. It is a new membership-based, insurance-free, direct-to-patient primary care clinic. Built on the concept that the patient pays a small monthly membership fee for unlimited access to his or her doctor, Dr. Davenport believes … Continue reading Jeffrey Davenport, MD: “One Focus Medical set to open April 1”
Physician Responds to Obamacare Holistically Austin Osteopathic Family Medicine reveals a natural alternative to the Affordable Care Act. Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 11, 2014 – With the recent passing of the Affordable Care Act, the self-employed and employees of small businesses of less than fifty employees are left with few attractive options. This demographic is beginning to explore other options including alternative medicine. Scandinavians and … Continue reading TEXAS: ‘He’s extended the alternative approach even further, by not accepting any form of health insurance, opting instead for a direct primary care, subscription-based model. Even his high-end plans run less than $100 per month.’