By Sydney Lupkin | March 13, 2018 | Kaiser Health News | KHN [UPDATED at 6:45 p.m. ET on March 13] As a health economist, Karen Van Nuys had heard that it’s […]
By Jay Hancock | March 19, 2018 | KHN | Kaiser Health News Saturdays at Mercy Medical Center used to be perversely lucrative. The dialysis clinic across the street was closed on […]
Healthcare IT News: “There will be more than 2,800 retail clinics by 2018, according to Accenture’s tea leaves.”
Retail clinics continue to shape local healthcare markets As patients learn to manage high-deductible plans and health savings accounts, convenience, accessibility and neighborhood connections are shaping patient’s financial decisions. By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 19, 2018 Source: The Direct Primary Care Alliance Press Release PRIMARY CARE DOCTORS FORM INDEPENDENT, GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATION TO SUPPORT PATIENTS THROUGH FREE-MARKET, DIRECT PAY AGREEMENTS In a time of […]
Includes a Formula that Helps You Determine the Best Model for You By Sonja Horner, Healthcare Business Innovator | Outcomes Advocate JANUARY 9, 2015 – The simplest way to define the differences […]
EDITOR | People Outside the Space are Watching What DPC Says Online: See how the conversation could be re-framed positively … find a way to compliment the person behind the message. Tone is important.
A personal challenge: Say something positive about your colleagues outside of DPC too. Patients are reading what you write and post online. Are you proud of your words and do you use […]
REPORT, Healthcare Sharing Ministries | MagnifyMoney analysis of membership rates at the top six ministries.
By Magnify Money | March 13, 2017 7:11 pm | Clark.com Samaritan coverage for Melanie and her son cost just $300 per month — less than half what they would have paid for […]
2018 Policy Agenda for Entrepreneurs and Small Business – Issue Five: Health Care Affordability By SBE Council at 29 January, 2018, 10:48 pm RELATED STORY Official, DPC Journal Position Statement: “Supporting Laws […]
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief MARCH 16, 2018 – I’m addicted to my doctors opinions! 🙂 He’s amazing! 🙂 But I fall into “Option Overwhelm” and I’m alone with NO DATA most of […]
“The Knox-Keene Act contains standards about how HMOs must manage their memberships. 24/7 claims start to look like some of these standards and thus draw an allegory between DPC and HMO thereby […]
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STUDY, U of M | A new study finds only half of women who could benefit from genetic testing get it, and often not before they have surgery.
Some Breast Cancer Patients Missing Out on Genetic Counseling A new study finds only half of women who could benefit from genetic testing get it, and often not before they have surgery. […]
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief | Concierge Medicine Today | The DPC Journal | CMT Canada | AJRM “There is a beautiful face and an amazing personality behind this date of birth (D.O.B.) […]
Direct Primary Care Bill Advances in Nebraska Legislature Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a bill that would give state employees a new health care option that minimizes the role of insurance. March 12, […]
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WFSU News Release Direct Primary Care Bill Awaiting Governor Scott’s Aprroval Andrew Quintana/WFSU | 3/13/2018 A bill that expands direct primary care services is on its way to the Governor’s desk for […]
More people took genetic ancestry tests last year than in all previous years combined. By Antonio Regalado February 12, 2018 RELATED STORY OFFICIAL POSITION, CMT STATEMENT: Support For Use of Whole Genome […]
Reader Requested POLL: In 2017-2018, how successful were societies and medical associations at meeting your practice needs? Please check all that apply. Comments may be posted.
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By Michael Tetreault, Editor in Chief | DocPreneur Podcast JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 – Our guest is Michael Cromwell, Director of Strategic Development at MDVIP, Office of the CEO. MDVIP leads the market in […]
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-In-Chief Do You Have What It Takes? The editor’s at The Direct Primary Care Journal, asked some of the industry’s new and innovative leading physicians and medical practice business […]