DPC Journal Letters: “Can I at least pay my co-pay without your attitude please?”

(C) The Direct Primary Care Journal | June 2018     We get letters from patients … (Originally written to Concierge Medicine Today, a sister publication to The DPC Journal on June 6, 2018) Barbara writes to Concierge Medicine Today and says … We used to go a very large practice [not a Concierge Medicine or DPC Practice, a traditional hamster-wheel type] with five locations … Continue reading DPC Journal Letters: “Can I at least pay my co-pay without your attitude please?”

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

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 healthcare reform. The opinions below are that of the author … Continue reading Schimpff, MD: Direct primary care does not equate to patient abandonment

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 a relationship with other elements in your practice — how … Continue reading Quiz “Doctors, What Signals Your Competence Most?”