Flat-Fee Primary Care Helps Fill Niche For Texas’ Uninsured | KHN

Flat-Fee Primary Care Helps Fill Niche For Texas’ Uninsured By Charlotte Huff October 3, 2017 JARRELL, Texas — Darrell Kenyon had been punting for years on various medical issues — fatigue, headaches, mood swings. The 43-year-old uninsured carpenter was particularly worried about his blood pressure, which ran high when he checked it at the grocery store. Then he heard about a different type of physician … Continue reading Flat-Fee Primary Care Helps Fill Niche For Texas’ Uninsured | KHN

TRENDING \ Archives: ~AAFP Cites, Direct Primary Care Model Gains Momentum in Multiple States

April 21, 2017 02:04 pm Michael Laff – AAFP News Direct primary care (DPC) is gaining legal momentum at the state level as a viable means for physicians to provide primary care to patients at a lower cost than traditional practice models. For years, physicians who wanted to adopt DPC had to battle with insurers and state regulators, but now 18 states have enacted laws … Continue reading TRENDING \ Archives: ~AAFP Cites, Direct Primary Care Model Gains Momentum in Multiple States

NELSON, MD: “Designing Value into Your Direct Pay Practice, Part I – The Service Proposition”

By Robert Nelson, MD, Direct Primary Care Physician | Advocate for market-based solutions & Patient-centered reforms | Entrepreneur | Writer | http://encompasshealthdirect.com/ OCTOBER 24, 2015 – What do patients really want?  Most surveys, formal and informal, indicate that mostly patients want two things consistently above others: 1) To feel like they’ve been heard and, 2) to have access to their doctor when they need them.  … Continue reading NELSON, MD: “Designing Value into Your Direct Pay Practice, Part I – The Service Proposition”

Direct Primary Care Model Gains Momentum in Multiple States ~AAFP

April 21, 2017 02:04 pm Michael Laff – AAFP News Direct primary care (DPC) is gaining legal momentum at the state level as a viable means for physicians to provide primary care to patients at a lower cost than traditional practice models. For years, physicians who wanted to adopt DPC had to battle with insurers and state regulators, but now 18 states have enacted laws … Continue reading Direct Primary Care Model Gains Momentum in Multiple States ~AAFP