Editor: HealthHUBs® will Compete With DTC Side of DPC … CVS Expected to Open 1,500 by end of 2021

Editor’s Note, June 2019 — “While not the same, retail healthcare and its geographic impact in our communities cannot be ignored. For those in Direct Primary Care (DPC) many understand the direct to consumer side of DPC sometimes requires a strong, at times, unusually lengthy educational curve (1-4 mos.) to finally persuade some to subscribe to the DPC programs. While great efforts are being made … Continue reading Editor: HealthHUBs® will Compete With DTC Side of DPC … CVS Expected to Open 1,500 by end of 2021

LISTEN | EP. 31 | The DOCPRENEUR PODCAST: “Membership” Pharmacy. Where Everyone Qualifies + Rx Is Affordable

Run Time: 26:20 LISTEN to FULL INTERVIEW HERE … Michael Tetreault, Editor of Concierge Medicine Today, met with Dr. Phil Baker, Custodian of Good Shepherd Pharmacy (GSP). GSP is a Membership Pharmacy, Where Everyone Qualifies and Prescriptions Are Made Affordable. Good Shepherd Pharmacy is a membership pharmacy that doesn’t accept prescription insurance. Good Shepherd members pay a monthly fee to have access to medications at … Continue reading LISTEN | EP. 31 | The DOCPRENEUR PODCAST: “Membership” Pharmacy. Where Everyone Qualifies + Rx Is Affordable

Why Some CEOs Figure ‘Medicare For All’ Is Good For Business

There is growing momentum among employers supporting single-payer,” said Dan Geiger, co-director of the Business Alliance for a Healthy California, which has sought to generate business support for a universal health care program in California. About 300 mostly small employers have signed on. By Phil Galewitz | June 7, 2019 | Kaiser Health News EASTON, Pa. — Walk into a big-box retailer such as Walmart … Continue reading Why Some CEOs Figure ‘Medicare For All’ Is Good For Business

WSJ | As Sharing Health-Care Sharing Costs Takes Off, States Warn: It Isn’t Insurance

The Wall Street Journal: As Sharing Health-Care Costs Takes Off, States Warn: It Isn’t Insurance Religious organizations where members help pay each other’s medical bills have grown from niche insurance alternatives to operations bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars, an increase that is also driving more consumer complaints and state scrutiny. More than a million people have joined the groups, known as health-care sharing … Continue reading WSJ | As Sharing Health-Care Sharing Costs Takes Off, States Warn: It Isn’t Insurance