By The Direct Primary Care Journal Staff Writer May 2019 For years now, a lot of people like to compare Concierge Medicine to Direct Primary Carea (DPC) and say … ‘DPC is the less expensive alternative.’ The media and oftentimes people new to the concepts use them interchangeably. At first, it’s alright. But the data, the patient interviews and the industry service offerings say they … Continue reading Editor: Data finds DPC and Concierge Medicine are Cut From Same Branch of Family Tree, HOWEVER Different In Several Ways. New INFOGRAPHIC Explains the Differences and Similarities [Updated May 2019]
Consumers paving the way for non-traditional care models (Graphic: Business Wire) February 12, 2019 07:25 AM Eastern Standard Time ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Unsatisfied with healthcare’s status quo, millennial and Gen Z consumers in the U.S. are paving the way for non-traditional care models, such as retail clinics, virtual and digital services, according to results of an Accenture (NYSE:ACN) survey released today at HIMSS19. The survey of more … Continue reading STUDY | Millennial and Gen Z Consumers Paving the Way for Non-Traditional Care Models, Accenture Study Finds
“I founded Ms. Medicine with the belief that a women’s-specific concierge medicine organization could positively impact women’s health in several ways,” Said Dr. Larkin. “First, by creating a sustainable, concierge practice model, Ms.Medicine allows women’s health-trained primary care clinicians the opportunity to provide the evidence-based, complex women’s health care they were trained to deliver. It also would encourage primary care providers interested in women’s health … Continue reading NEW, Part 2 — EP 235 | Ms.Medicine … an enhanced, concierge primary care model for women with Dr. Lisa Larkin
By Michael Tetreault, Editor ‘Ain’t no way a DPC Doctor can fix this …’ Literally was the first thing I thought when I filleted the muscle, severed the two digital nerves in my thumb and the blood started gushing from the palm of my hand. “Honey, get your keys, we gotta go!” I said to my wife. A few paper towels, thoughts of ‘Did this … Continue reading ‘Ain’t no way a DPC Doctor can fix this …’ — my true, unfortunate wood carving accident, surgery and journey of evidence and discovery. Part 1 of many.