Travis Good, MD: “There are challenges associated with selling and scaling a business targeting DPC ….”

By Travis Good, MD/MBA, Co-founder of Catalyze AUGUST 16, 2014 –  I wrote a post on concierge medicine and direct primary care (DPC) in March 2013. It didn’t get into much detail about why DPC is such a great target for new digital health companies and services, only that it makes sense for providers given the  practice and payer market. Since that post, I’ve had … Continue reading Travis Good, MD: “There are challenges associated with selling and scaling a business targeting DPC ….”

Two Companies in fight for ‘concierge medicine’ market – The Boston Globe

‘Concierge Medicine’ service says rival has monopoly  – The Boston Globe By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey, The Boston Globe, Staff August 22, 2014 – Two companies are battling in court over the Greater Boston market for premium health care services known as “concierge medicine,” a lucrative business that is growing nationally even as the broader industry comes under pressure to control costs. Concierge practices charge patients … Continue reading Two Companies in fight for ‘concierge medicine’ market – The Boston Globe

Yapha MD, Grand Opening of House Call DPC Family Medicine

AUGUST 27, 2014 – The Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce and Dr. Dana Mays invite you to celebrate the Grand Opening of Yapha Physician Services, LLC. Because Dr. Mays’ care is provided through house calls, she does not have an “office” per se. So her ribbon cutting will be held at the Chamber Office on Wednesday, August 27 at 8:30 in the morning. We are looking forward to seeing you and celebrating … Continue reading Yapha MD, Grand Opening of House Call DPC Family Medicine

Op/Ed: A Medical Student Questions Accessability of DPC

Many members of the PCP community attended the Direct Primary Care Summit in Arlington, VA, this summer. We’ll be sharing their perspectives here over the coming weeks. Today a medical student questions the accessibility of direct primary care. By Brett Clark, originally from Washington State, graduated from West Virginia University in 2013. He is currently a second-year medical student at Georgetown University, where he is an … Continue reading Op/Ed: A Medical Student Questions Accessability of DPC