DPCC Washington Fly-in March 25 – 27 — Update!

By Direct Primary Care Coalition (DPCC), Last Updated: March 30, 2015 – Coalition members met with over 40 Representatives, Senators and key staffers March 26 – 27 to show how DPC is improving care for thousands of constituents in at least 42 states. Senator Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) joined participants at a breifing in the U.S. Capitol to discuss the introduction of legislation that would … Continue reading DPCC Washington Fly-in March 25 – 27 — Update!

DPCC: What are Our Most Pressing Issues? – MARCH 26th EVENT

By Direct Primary Care Coalition, Last Updated: Feb. 23, 2015 DPCC: What are Our Most Pressing Issues? Congress and State Legislatures have recognized the need for changes in policy to help the DPC model grow and thrive in the ever-changing landscape of healthcare reform. Legislation to facilitate this new care model has, to date, focused on four key issues: Correctly defining DPC as a healthcare service … Continue reading DPCC: What are Our Most Pressing Issues? – MARCH 26th EVENT

U.S. Senate Briefing on DPC: S-115, Capitol Visitor’s Center Bipartisan legislation to be introduced.

U.S. Senate Briefing on DPC Scheduled For March 26, 2015 12 p.m. S-115, Capitol Visitor’s Center Join the Direct Primary Care Coalition (DPCC) Fly-In on March 25 -27 and attend a briefing in the U.S. Capitol with Sen. Bill Cassidy, MD who is preparing to introduce a bipartisan bill to bring DPC to Medicare beneficiaries and clarify the tax code so that DPC can be … Continue reading U.S. Senate Briefing on DPC: S-115, Capitol Visitor’s Center Bipartisan legislation to be introduced.

House looking at “direct primary care” model for Florida

House Speaker Steve Crisafulli said in an interview FloridaPolitics.com last week direct primary care is an area he’s interested in potentially pursuing. By Christine Jordan Sexton on February 23, 2015 Primary care doctors are often the lowest paid providers but they can play a key role in transforming the health care delivery system and, perhaps, expand access to health care under the Affordable Care Act. So … Continue reading House looking at “direct primary care” model for Florida