DPC Leadership Response To Washington State OIC Report: ‘Outlook for DPC is bright throughout U.S.’

Written by Michael Tetreault, Editor of The DPC Journal and Garrison Bliss MD of Qliance and Chairman of the Direct Primary Care Coalition (DPCC) | DPC Journal Contributor Additional contributions from prominent DPC industry leaders are also included courtesy of The DPC Journal. DECEMBER 17, 2014 | 3:00 PM (EST) – The recent December 2014 annual report from the Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) … Continue reading DPC Leadership Response To Washington State OIC Report: ‘Outlook for DPC is bright throughout U.S.’

DPC Leadership Response To Washington State OIC Report: ‘Outlook for DPC is bright throughout U.S.’

Written by Michael Tetreault, Editor of The DPC Journal and Garrison Bliss MD of Qliance and Chairman of the Direct Primary Care Coalition (DPCC) | DPC Journal Contributor Additional contributions from prominent DPC industry leaders are also included courtesy of The DPC Journal. DECEMBER 17, 2014 | 3:00 PM (EST) – The recent December 2014 annual report from the Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) … Continue reading DPC Leadership Response To Washington State OIC Report: ‘Outlook for DPC is bright throughout U.S.’

New OIC Report Says: “Promising model for health care [DPC] sees enrollment plummet as ACA takes off.”

Practices where patients pay a monthly fee for primary health care services lost 35 percent of enrollees and raised their fees by 23 percent between 2012 and Dec. 1, 2014. By Annie Zak, Staff Writer, Puget Sound Business Journal DECEMBER 2, 2014 – Just five years after direct health care [direct primary care] practices were attracting venture capital money in Seattle, enrollees are dwindling. These … Continue reading New OIC Report Says: “Promising model for health care [DPC] sees enrollment plummet as ACA takes off.”

OIC, Washington: Direct practices lose 35 percent of enrollees, raise fees 23 percent

Author: Mike Kreidler – Insurance Commissioner OIC, Washington: Direct practices lose 35 percent of enrollees, raise fees 23 percent WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2014 – Each year, the OIC reports to the Legislature on the status of direct health care practices in Washington. A direct health care practice is an arrangement where a health care provider charges a patient a set monthly fee for primary health … Continue reading OIC, Washington: Direct practices lose 35 percent of enrollees, raise fees 23 percent