EP. 199 | 2018 HSAs, PCEA and Direct Primary Care (DPC) Legislative Overview

“#HR6199 passed the House by a vote of 277-142! Thank you to all those that sent letters to @WaysandMeansGOP and your House Rep. This wouldn’t have been possible without everyone’s hard work.Thanks to all who contributed to this important effort. It’s a great step forward for patients and America’s health care system Another thank you to @RepErikPaulsen and @repblumenauer. Now on 2 the Senate!” ~The … Continue reading EP. 199 | 2018 HSAs, PCEA and Direct Primary Care (DPC) Legislative Overview

DPC Journal SPOTLIGHT: Holbrook doctor tries new way to provide health care

By Holbrook, Wicked Local, News Paper | June 19, 2018 Dr. Michael Tremblay, D.O., has been practicing traditional medicine in Holbrook since 1990, but wanted to spend more than just 5 to 10 minutes with each patient. In October 2017, he started Action Direct Care, a direct primary care practice, at the same location. For a monthly fee, he offers virtually all in-office primary care … Continue reading DPC Journal SPOTLIGHT: Holbrook doctor tries new way to provide health care

Reimbursement, H.R. 6199: House Advances Health Savings Account Bills

H.R. 6199, Restoring Access to Medication and Modernizing Health Savings Accounts Act of 2018 Floor Situation On Wednesday, July 25, 2018, the House will begin consideration of H.R. 6199, the Restoring Access to Medication and Modernizing Health Savings Accounts Act of 2018, under a closed rule.  H.R. 6199 was introduced on June 22, 2018 by Rep. Lynn Jenkins (R-KS) and was referred to the Committee … Continue reading Reimbursement, H.R. 6199: House Advances Health Savings Account Bills

DPCJ Poll + INFOGRAPHICS: “Did you go into debt to start your DPC practice?” If so, how much still remains?

One of the riskiest times for any business especially those in the direct-pay, private medical marketplace is when it first opens. In the first two years, three of every ten start ups go out of business according to the US SBA. Keep expenses down. Look for every possible way to save. This will allow you to keep going longer, hopefully until revenue starts to cover your practice expenses. Postpone unnecessary purchases, or pick … Continue reading DPCJ Poll + INFOGRAPHICS: “Did you go into debt to start your DPC practice?” If so, how much still remains?