By Keith Shortall May 21, 2015 – Direct Primary Care is as an alternative to fee-for-service health care. It requires a monthly flat fee and promises better patient/doctor interaction. Guests: Dr. Catherine Krouse, Lotus Family Practice Dr. Michael Ciampi, Ciampi Family Practice Dr. Jack Forbush, Osteopathic Center for Family Medicine Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News… Read More ›
- STUDY: Manatt Health said the cost of care at a retail clinic can be about $110 for commercially insured customers though co-payments can be less while similar care at a doctor’s office is $166.
- RISING TREND: ‘Retail clinics in rural areas would widen primary care.’
- EDITOR: ‘This is how you do P.R. on TV to promote DPC.’
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By The DocPreneur Institute/DocPreneur Press Publishing Co., (C) 2015 $35 | Move With A Plan: Writing Your Own Membership Medicine Business Plan | mp3 Download | $35 Duration: TIME: 1 Hour, 18-Minutes — For a startup concierge medicine or direct primary care practice, creating a business plan is like creating a game plan in sports…. Read More ›
- BUSINESS, 2015: Save Money on Merchant Processing Fees.
- NEW BOOK by Dr. Jordan Grumet: “I Am Your Doctor” – implies not a fact but a responsibility that he accepts when you come to him …
- RESOURCE: Complying With Corporate Practice of Medicine, Licensure, and Scope of Practice Laws; Negotiating Shopping Center Leases
Blog | April 30, 2015 | Compliance, Law & Malpractice, Medical Billing & Collections, Operations, Practice Models By James J. Eischen, Jr. and Michael Campbell Direct Primary Care (DPC) triggers enthusiasm among healthcare service providers, primary-care physicians, and employers looking for better managed primary care. Basically, DPC typically involves patients paying a monthly fee to… Read More ›
- HHS Office: ‘Overcharging Beneficiaries …’ — 3 investigations into the overcharging of Medicare patients …
- EISCHEN, Esq., and Campbell: ‘Direct Primary Care: What Physicians Need to Know …’
- DPCC has cited four key issues state legislation should address in attempting to regulate this new model of care …
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LAST UPDATED: MAY 18, 2015 By DPC Journal Staff Here’s a summary of the events coming in 2015-2016 … directly related to Direct Primary Care (DPC) and some indirectly discussing DPC … Nonetheless, each of these industry-relevant events are informative, well-organized and provide different and unique guidance and education from various industry physicians and topic-leaders… Read More ›
- ‘Disruptive’ seminar planned for health care innovation — Portsmouth, NH
- 1st Annual American College of Private Physicians (ACPP) Meeting The Latest Developments For Concierge/Direct Medical Practice June 13 and 14, 2015
- JULY 31-AUG 1 — ATLANTA “2-Day Assembly” AGENDA RELEASED! with Keynote, Congressman Tom Price, M.D.
By Stephen Schimpff MD Author and Consultant in Health Care, Retired CEO University of Maryland Medical Center MAY 21, 2015 – Primary care physicians (PCPs) have too little time per patient which means too many referrals to specialists, too little time listening and thinking, no time to delve into the stress or emotional causes of… Read More ›
Company adds digital dermatology, vaccine tracker to its primary care app so members can better manage their health on the go SAN FRANCISCO – May 19, 2015 – One Medical Group, the national leader in technology-enabled primary care, today announced a new release to its digital health app that further extends the company’s award-winning primary… Read More ›
By Chain Drug Review April 28, 2015 | NEW YORK — The convenience of in-store clinics may lead consumers to go to a doctor’s office less when they need primary health care, according to Kalorama Information’s “Retail Clinics 2015″ report. The health care market researcher said Tuesday that of 2,000 adults surveyed, 53.5% said they were visiting the physician’s… Read More ›