YAHOO | A small but growing movement of doctors that don’t accept insurance and charge a monthly fee could be a model for big employers like Amazon and JPMorgan

Lydia Ramsey | Business Insider April 3, 2018 Direct primary care is a small but fast-growing movement of doctors who don’t accept insurance and instead charge a monthly membership fee. At a time when many are feeling pressure from high healthcare costs, direct primary-care models can be a cheaper alternative that offers perks like quick access to doctors and sometimes wholesale prices on medications or … Continue reading YAHOO | A small but growing movement of doctors that don’t accept insurance and charge a monthly fee could be a model for big employers like Amazon and JPMorgan

EP. 181 | DocPreneur Podcast | Part 2 Case Study, Employer-based DPC: KPI Ninja

On The DocPreneur Podcast Today: Michael Tetreault, Editor, The DPC Journal/CMT/Host, DocPreneur Podcast Michael Hein, MD, MS, MHCM, FACP Co-Founder, KPI Ninja   Vineeth Yeddula, PMP, CLSSMBB, CMQ/OE, Co-Founder, KPI Ninja   Justin Horn, CSFS, SENIOR CONSULTANT, HEALTHCARE STRATEGY/Employee Benefits/Group Health Risk Consultant, Holmes Murphy & Associates We discuss the following topics in our exclusive interview: The Research & Data Impact to Employers Impact to … Continue reading EP. 181 | DocPreneur Podcast | Part 2 Case Study, Employer-based DPC: KPI Ninja

Clark on health care: We need ‘clear pricing signals’ to control costs and, Get employers out of health care

By Clark Howard | March 15, 2017 10:57 am | Clark.com The current debate about health care in our country is like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. It’s plugging one tiny hole on a sinking ship. RELATED STORY Employers should not provide health coverage — “We need to decouple employers and government as health care providers and put the individual in charge of … Continue reading Clark on health care: We need ‘clear pricing signals’ to control costs and, Get employers out of health care

Self-Funded Plans, DPC | Part 2: DPC and Self-Insured Employers: A Benefits Trifecta

July 11, 2018 – by Dr. Robert Nelson A Marriage Made in Healthcare Heaven July 4th & fireworks. Baseball & hot dogs. Birthday cake & ice cream.  Movies & popcorn. These pairings have become tangible elements within the cultural zeitgeist of our country. The linkage between Employer-sponsored health insurance and access to medical care is no less meaningful.  The preeminence of this protected oligopoly as … Continue reading Self-Funded Plans, DPC | Part 2: DPC and Self-Insured Employers: A Benefits Trifecta