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AAPS | Letter to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Let Patients Use HSAs for DPC

June 20, 2018

SOURCE: Association of American Physicians and Surgeons June 14, 2018 The Honorable Steven Mnuchin Secretary United States Department of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20220 Dear Secretary Mnuchin, We are thankful for the Trump Administration’s efforts to reduce the burdens past administrative overreach has inflicted on the American people. In the coming… Read More ›

Edmonds, OD, FAAO explains a series of new delivery models that are termed, “nontraditional primary care.”

Scott A. Edmonds, OD, FAAO, focuses his blog on the role of the optometrist in health care reform – moving from primary eye care to primary health care. He is the chief medical officer of MARCH Vision Care, the co-director of the Low Vision/Contact Lens Service at Wills Eye Institute in Philadelphia and a member… Read More ›

Analysis, CalSavers lawsuit raises tricky ERISA questions

Analysis CalSavers lawsuit raises tricky ERISA questions If the court finds CalSavers to be an ERISA plan, California’s law could be preempted by federal law. By Nick Thornton | June 06, 2018 at 08:01 PM A lawsuit asking a federal court to stop California from implementing CalSavers, a state-administered automatic IRA savings program intended to… Read More ›

Vliet, M.D. | 6 steps for Trump to turbocharge patient freedom

Exclusive | WND: By Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D., envisions executive order to fix several problems Step 3: Turbo-charge free market changes by allowing patients to use their Health Savings Account funds for direct payment to physicians who offer “direct-pay” practices free of insurance controls. Such practices may be called Direct Primary Care (DPC), Concierge Medicine,… Read More ›

HSAs | 2016 Year-End Devenir HSA Research Report

2016 Year-End Devenir HSA Research Report February 22, 2017 Devenir HSA Survey The majority of this report was derived from the 2016 Year-End Devenir HSA Market Survey. This survey was conducted in order to continue to help shed light on the rapidly growing and evolving health savings account market. The survey was carried out in… Read More ›

Wyoming Public Radio: Wyoming Residents May Get A Pleasant Surprise When Shopping For Health Insurance

Wyoming Residents May Get A Pleasant Surprise When Shopping For Health Insurance By Bob Beck • Nov 3, 2017 It’s Open Enrollment time for health insurance and for those choosing their insurance on the federal marketplace there is interesting news for Wyoming residents. Subsidy payments for those in the marketplace have increased and so in… Read More ›

DPC Journal’s HSA CENTER, The New Administration and HSAs: What Happens Next?

By Todd Berkley Global Leader – BenefitWallet at Conduent March 11, 2017 – Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are positioned for a leading role in the Trump Administration. I lead a webinar this week with Rich Stover from Conduent’s Knowledge Resource Center the latest on pending legislation, potential changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), as… Read More ›

HSAs are key to Republican plans to “repeal and replace” the ACA — Now the moment represents both opportunity and survival to Keese, executive director of the Direct Primary Care Coalition.

As flat fees become more widespread, “there’s some ambiguity in the tax code right now as to whether all of it is deductible,” said Nash. “A lot of providers are moving towards that model, especially in the primary care and internist world, where you want to be able to see your doctor [a certain number… Read More ›

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