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- E. Bliss, MD, The News Tribune (May 27) | “Despite all our efforts, we have found that the more we grew and proved that this really works, the more the system resisted us and made it harder and harder to survive,” said Dr. Erika Bliss, Qliance’s chief executive.
- EDITOR: "Many of the things people resist about their Doctor are things Doctor's should resist as well."
- What Is Direct Primary Care (DPC)? The Revised, Modern Definition.
- POLICY | Nat'l Poll: What is necessary to scale DPC geographically and into networks/associations/co-ops if policy makers move forward with plans?
- Lessons from Qliance closing its doors "... That said, looking at DPC as a whole – if it’s a medically-based, doc-led and non-coordinated, non-integrated model – is going to be problematic for financing, delivery and cultural reasons." | State of Reform
- How does Direct Primary Care work with High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)?
- DPC and Insurance, HDHP, HSAs
- NPR | A Pioneer In 'Flat-Fee Primary Care' Had To Close Its Clinics. What Went Wrong?
June 6, 2016 | By Gina Acosta
Value-based care is driving a number of positive trends within the retail pharmacy sector. To start with, providers, payers and patients alike are looking to pharmacists to become more collaborative partners in care. In addition, the increased demand for low-cost clinical services is opening the door to new revenue opportunities. Retail pharmacies are in an ideal position to deliver better access to clinical services such as vaccinations, disease management and medication therapy management (MTM) at a lower cost. They are also primed to provide needed consultations to improve medication and care plan adherence. The challenge is getting the right information streamlined into a pharmacist’s workflow to pave the way for proactive patient engagement. Although many any retail outlets have taken a step in the right direction and turned to solutions and services that assist with effective MTM efforts and patient education, there is more to be done.
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