DIRECT PRIMARY CARE: Back to the Basics

By Rita Pyrillis | Proquest LLC A newer development, and one that is likely to get more attention in the next two years, is direct primary care. Starting in 2014 direct primary-care providers will start competing for employers on the insurance exchanges established by the health care reform law. It’s a twist on “concierge medicine” where wealthy patients pay a doctor a steep annual fee … Continue reading DIRECT PRIMARY CARE: Back to the Basics

Doctors Increasingly Prefer Cash For Care, Fed Up With Obamacare.

Forbes | By Sally Pipes | Contributor | APRIL 1, 2013 | Obamacare’s most intrusive changes to the healthcare marketplace — including the individual mandate whereby Americans must secure health insurance or pay a fine and its massive expansion of Medicaid — are less than a year from taking effect. Many doctors have decided that they’re not interested in seeing how those changes play out … Continue reading Doctors Increasingly Prefer Cash For Care, Fed Up With Obamacare.