The Wall Street Journal: As Sharing Health-Care Costs Takes Off, States Warn: It Isn’t Insurance Religious organizations where members help pay each other’s medical bills have grown from niche insurance alternatives to operations bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars, an increase that is also driving more consumer complaints and state scrutiny. More than a million people have joined the groups, known as health-care sharing … Continue reading WSJ | As Sharing Health-Care Sharing Costs Takes Off, States Warn: It Isn’t Insurance
By Michael Tetreault, Editor ‘Ain’t no way a DPC Doctor can fix this …’ Literally was the first thing I thought when I filleted the muscle, severed the two digital nerves in my thumb and the blood started gushing from the palm of my hand. “Honey, get your keys, we gotta go!” I said to my wife. A few paper towels, thoughts of ‘Did this … Continue reading ‘Ain’t no way a DPC Doctor can fix this …’ — my true, unfortunate wood carving accident, surgery and journey of evidence and discovery. Part 1 of many.
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief June 1st, 2019 Happy Summer! Can you believe it’s already here! Well, I thought I would provide a few of the books we’ve referenced lately in some popular stories as well as some others that your fellow Physicians have said they’re going to be reading this summer in case you were looking for some recommendations during your time off. Nine Lies … Continue reading DPC Journal’s Summer Reading List for DPC Doctors
By Kaiser Health News | Tuesday, Jun 11 2019 UPDATED 9:06 AM The Hill: Senate Health Panel To Move Forward On Package To Lower Health Costs Next Week The Senate Health Committee is planning a hearing next week on a wide-ranging bipartisan package to lower health care costs, followed by a markup the week after. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), the chairman of the committee, is … Continue reading Senate health panel to move forward on package to lower health costs next week