SF Business Times | Can Hint Health revolutionize primary care by taking insurance out of the equation?

By Kevin Truong – Multimedia producer, San Francisco Business Times | Jul 20, 2018, 4:17pm RELATED INTERVIEW | HINT HEALTH | By The DPC Journal LISTEN TO FULL INTERVIEW | Business Podcast EP. 67 | DocPreneur Podcast | The Technology of Hint Health, Interview w/ Zak Holdsworth, CEO A growing national movement led by providers is looking to create a direct relationship between primary care physicians … Continue reading SF Business Times | Can Hint Health revolutionize primary care by taking insurance out of the equation?

Docs 4 Patient Care, L. Gross, MD | Official Statement re: HR 365 Replaced by HR 6317

IMPACT – Protecting DPC from Washington’s Trojan Horse | Fri 7/20/2018 5:56 PM | Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation eNewsletter HR 365 Replaced by HR 6317 Expanded Government Regulatory Control of DPC through YOUR HSAs READ FULL TEXT of HR3617 HERE … H.R.6317 – Primary Care Enhancement Act of 2018 | 115th Congress (2017-2018) Official Statement from Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation: We are pleased … Continue reading Docs 4 Patient Care, L. Gross, MD | Official Statement re: HR 365 Replaced by HR 6317

DPC vs Capitation: Parallels to Ponder. By Dr. Bob Nelson, (Georgia, Circa 2015)

The DPC Journal has been around for a long time now. Every now and then an old story finds a fresh, new existence and ends up as a “trending story” back on the front page. By Dr. Robert Nelson AUGUST 14, 2015 – Once touted as the antidote for rising healthcare costs and a method of freeing doctors to “focus on the patient” and not … Continue reading DPC vs Capitation: Parallels to Ponder. By Dr. Bob Nelson, (Georgia, Circa 2015)

PCP Relationships Matter, But So Does Convenience | HealthLeaders Media

PCP Relationships Matter, But So Does Convenience Debra Shute, September 29, 2017 Six in 10 patients with a primary care provider feel cared about by their doctor, but the same proportion would go to an urgent care center to avoid hassles at the PCP office. Although healthcare consumers are increasingly taking advantage of retail clinics and urgent care centers for their outpatient needs, patients value … Continue reading PCP Relationships Matter, But So Does Convenience | HealthLeaders Media