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Schimpff, MD: Direct primary care does not equate to patient abandonment

June 21, 2018

By Stephen C. Schimpff, MD Jun 18, 2018 Editor’s Note: Welcome to Medical Economics’ blog section which features contributions from members of the medical community. These blogs are an opportunity for bloggers to engage with readers about a topic that is top of mind, whether it is practice management, experiences with patients, the industry, medicine in general, or… Read More ›

EDITOR: Is DPC zigging and zagging, responding to the pressures of the marketplace?

By Michael Tetreault, Editor JANUARY 17, 2018 – When DPC (Direct Primary Care) Physician readers were asked last month (Dec. 2017), “Do you plan to increase your monthly membership/subscription fee?”, nearly 37% of DPC Physicians polled said “NO. Staying the same as the 2015, 2016 and 2017 calendar years.” Additionally, 61% of DPC Physicians said… Read More ›

Quiz “Doctors, What Signals Your Competence Most?”

Click Here to Play Video … By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief June 5, 2018 – If you sat in a chair from the early 90’s, how does that make you feel? If you sat on a brand new chair you hand-picked from a new furniture store … a chair that had a purpose, a design and… Read More ›

Should DPC Be In Part, Defined By Price?

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New Book Released for Physician Entrepreneurs “Doc-Preneurs!”

There is only one absolutely, unequivocally wrong step everyone can make that will keep them in that valley of ‘average’ – so to speak. And that is, staying where you are and ‘doing nothing.’ List Price: $35.00 (Sale, $25) 5″ x 8″ (12.7 x 20.32 cm) Black & White on White paper 236 pages ISBN-13:… Read More ›

DOCTORS + STAFFING: “You can’t sacrifice your practice for one person.”

“Why is that America’s Best Places to Work NEVER include a Doctor’s office? You can’t afford for your staff to burnout. But, you can’t sacrifice the organization for one person … even if they do feel like family. [Concierge] Medicine is about doing something different, not doing the same things you’ve always done. If you’re… Read More ›

Access Falters Amidst Good Patient Primary Care Relationships |

Sixty-one percent of patients said they would choose an urgent care or retail clinic over their PCP, despite good patient primary care relationships. By Sara Heath October 02, 2017 – Despite reported positive patient and primary care provider relationships, patients still experience barriers accessing care but see the upsides of urgent and retail care clinic… Read More ›

SPOTLIGHT: “Hi, I’m Rob. I’m a recovering doctor …”

Five Years Sober September 28, 2017 | By Rob Lamberts Dr. Rob Lamberts is an internal medicine-pediatrics physician who blogs at Musings of a Distractible Mind.   Hi, I’m Rob.  I’m a recovering doctor Yeah, I know I used that line once before, but it’s a special day for me today.  Humor me.  Five years ago… Read More ›

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