By Michael Tetreault, Editor Designing Our Practice, Nextera Healthcare in Firestone, CO According to North Vista Medical Center and Nextera Healthcare Co-Founders Drs. Clint Flanagan and David Tusek, “The DPC model was very attractive to us because, under this approach, we could sustain the value of the patient/provider relationship and create more accessible care for our patients. We wanted to restore the ‘art’ of healthcare … Continue reading Lessons in Greatness: One DPC Doctor’s Journey To Success
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Dr. Jane M. Orient, MD “Repeal” generally means “repeal ObamaCare,” which is often immediately qualified: “except for the parts we like.” The problem is that the parts you like depend on the parts you, or your fellow Americans, don’t like. For example, you may like not being denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions. But you may not like… Continue reading Repeal (What?) and Replace (with What?) – by Dr. Jane M. Orient, MD
Originally posted on Concierge Medicine Today:
National Leader in Personalized Preventive Healthcare Continues Rapid Growth Summit Partners to Acquire MDVIP — CEO says ““Summit Partners shares my vision for MDVIP – to continue growing as a national leader in primary care,” says Dan Hecht. May 2, 2014 – Growth equity investor Summit Partners today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire MDVIP… Continue reading MDVIP SOLD — Summit Partners to Acquire MDVIP — CEO says ““Summit Partners shares my vision for MDVIP – to continue growing as a national leader in primary care,” says Dan Hecht.
Spurning health plan contracts enabled this practice to dramatically reduce overhead and fees while improving access for the uninsured. By Brian R. Forrest, MD, Fam Pract Manag. 2007 Jun;14 Several years ago, I began exploring ways I could practice medicine without the hassles and pressures of managed care. I also wanted to find a way to reduce fees significantly for uninsured and underinsured patients. For more than … Continue reading TRENDING: “Breaking Even on Four Visits Per Day”