August 30, 2015 by Ryan Johnson 1 Comment Most physicians did not go to medical school to fill out paperwork. Among other common complaints from physicians are: not enough time with patients, […]
“I have negotiated lower prices for certain tests and one-third of the cost for lab values from what they charge when they go through insurance companies. People will be spending less, and what they do spend will be spent on their own care instead of the care for two other people,” Dr. Condon says.
By Judith Spitzer, Proquest, LLC JANUARY 12, 2015 – Dr. Donald F. Condon, a Spokane-based primary care physician in practice for more than 35 years, plans to transition in January to a […]
By AMY TRENT The News & Advance FOREST, VIRGINIA [Saturday, November 8, 2014 10:30 pm] — Sara Coleman leans forward, her coffee cup now empty, and considers her answer carefully. She and […]
By David Z. Tusek, MD Cofounder of Nextera Healthcare and member of Direct Primary Care Coalition Steering Commitee JUNE 16, 2014 – There is a mantra shared by Direct Primary Care (DPC) […]