DPC JOURNAL EXCLUSIVE: ‘Choosing Your DPC Suppliers & Partnerships With Community Hospitals’

By Catherine Sykes, Publisher, Managing Editor, The DPC Journal AUGUST 7, 2014 – The strength of your Direct Primary Care (DPC) menu of healthcare services largely depends on the quality of your local laboratory partners and equipment suppliers. It’s your responsibility to handle patient care, comply with government regulations and standards, and provide quality service, all while keeping in mind your patients budget and costs … Continue reading DPC JOURNAL EXCLUSIVE: ‘Choosing Your DPC Suppliers & Partnerships With Community Hospitals’

RICTOR, MD: PART 2 of 2: The Unlearning Process of Direct Primary Care

PART 2 of 2: The Unlearning Process of Direct Primary Care By Kenneth W. Rictor, MD, DPC Journal Contributor | Scotland Family Medicine JULY 21, 2014 – After 25 years as a fee-for-service Family Practice physician in private practice I have made the change to a Direct Primary Care model. I have been envisioning this model for the past 10 years and seriously planning for … Continue reading RICTOR, MD: PART 2 of 2: The Unlearning Process of Direct Primary Care

Colorado Sees Boom In DPC — Two new medical offices in northern Colorado Springs are joining the ranks of others that charge patients fees in exchange for same-day appointments and longer visits with doctors —

Two new medical offices in northern Colorado Springs are joining the ranks of others that charge patients fees in exchange for same-day appointments and longer visits with doctors — AUGUST 2, 2014 – Flying Horse Medical Center opened May 31 at 1615 Silversmith Road, across from Discovery Canyon High School, while PeakMed Primary Care is scheduled to open Aug. 15 in the Bella Vista Medical … Continue reading Colorado Sees Boom In DPC — Two new medical offices in northern Colorado Springs are joining the ranks of others that charge patients fees in exchange for same-day appointments and longer visits with doctors —

TRENDING: Is the Community Hospital a Dying Model, or is it the Future of Healthcare?

Written by Sabrina Rodak MAY 30, 2012 – As the healthcare industry adopts the philosophy of accountable care, large hospitals and academic medical centers may seem to have the upper hand compared with community hospitals, because larger hospitals typically have greater access to revenue and offer more services along the continuum of care. “Academic medical centers offer complex services that for a variety of reasons … Continue reading TRENDING: Is the Community Hospital a Dying Model, or is it the Future of Healthcare?