NEW JERSEY Update: Cutting out the middle man – Direct provider contracts bypass insurers to link employers, hospitals.

By Anjalee Khemlani, February 17, 2016 at 11:09 AM (Editor’s note: This report was updated at 3 p.m. Friday with comments from Ward Sanders of the New Jersey Association of Health Plans.) Take a step back in time to a world where the doctor handed you the bill and there was no insurance company looming in the middle. That’s the idea behind direct provider care … Continue reading NEW JERSEY Update: Cutting out the middle man – Direct provider contracts bypass insurers to link employers, hospitals.

A different kind of doctor’s office: Patients pay directly, keeping insurance out of it.

By Kathleen McGrory, Tampa Bay Times, Staff Writer Friday, January 22, 2016 11:02am CLEARWATER, FL — Dr. Trinette Moss runs her family practice a little differently than most physicians. Instead of taking insurance, she prefers cash, check or credit card. Billing at her office works like this: Patients between 18 and 49 years old pay $60 a month. The fee covers unlimited office visits, urgent … Continue reading A different kind of doctor’s office: Patients pay directly, keeping insurance out of it.

Meet Dr. Murray Buttner, a DPC doc Selling His Practice, Pomfret, CT — 45 minutes from Providence, 60 minutes from Boston and Hartford. [Listing Details Attached]

QUIET CORNER FAMILY PRACTICE (Pomfret, CT; 45 minutes from Providence, 60 minutes from Boston and Hartford) – For Sale (TEL: 860-315-5400 LOCATION: Quiet Corner Family Practice Murray Buttner, MD P.O. Box 158 697 Pomfret St. Pomfret, CT 06258) Download Practice Details Here … | Contact Dr. Murrary Directly for Area Demographics and Listing Details or Call Dr. Murrary Directly at (860) 315-5400 … By Bill … Continue reading Meet Dr. Murray Buttner, a DPC doc Selling His Practice, Pomfret, CT — 45 minutes from Providence, 60 minutes from Boston and Hartford. [Listing Details Attached]

NEW JERSEY: Long-awaited primary care pilot poised for approval

Published on Sunday, January 10, 2016 By New Jersey Education Association January 10, 2016 – An innovative healthcare proposal that NJEA proposed and has supported for over a year appears poised for approval at Monday’s meeting of the School Employees’ Health Benefits Program (SEHBP) board meeting. After months of delays, the SEHBP board is expected to join the State Employees’ Health Benefits (SHBP) board in … Continue reading NEW JERSEY: Long-awaited primary care pilot poised for approval