May 24-26, 2016 DPC Journal & IHC FORUM & Expo Health Care Consumerism – Atlanta, GA On Tuesday, THE DPC JOURNAL Leadership alongside The IHC bring together a special panel discussion talking about: “Outlook for Employers Contracting With Direct Primary Care or Concierge Medicine“ to be held at the IHC FORUM & Expo in Atlanta on Tuesday, May 24, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm. REGISTER … Continue reading EVENTS: DPC Journal & IHC FORUM & Expo Health Care Consumerism – Atlanta, GA, May 24
By Michael Tetreault, Editor, The DPC Journal | Please note disclaimer near end of article (see below). JANUARY 13, 2015 – A sole proprietorship is considered the simplest form of business organization. Only one person owns and is in charge of the business, and one person reaps all the profits or assumes all of the losses. There are many benefits and drawbacks to this form … Continue reading Pros And Cons of DPC Sole Proprietorships
Sharon Wienbar, Contributor, Venture Partner, Scale Venture Partners May 29, 2013 How to scale a business is a perennial question in entrepreneurship circles. Not only is the answer different for every company and every industry, it’s also fairly tricky. Growth leads to increased revenue, profits and valuations. But spending aggressively on scaling â anything form adding staff, regions or new products — can lead to … Continue reading SCALABILITY, PART 1: The Race to Scale, How Fast Should You Accelerate? ~Entrepreneur.com
Judy Putnam, Lansing State Journal OCT. 3, 2015 | WILLIAMSTON, MICH — Dr. Bill and Dr. Mike make house calls. They say they have the luxury of time with their patients. They’re available after hours. Patients visiting the office are greeted by the doctors, who walk them to the exam rooms and conduct the blood pressure or other tests themselves. Sound like a flashback to … Continue reading MICHIGAN: Doctors trump insurance in new model.