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BUSINESS TRENDs: New Gainesville (FL) health clinic offers direct primary care (includes interviews w/ the Advanced RNPs at CPC and the DPC Journal)

By Christopher Curry, Staff writer Published: Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 6:01 a.m. | Last Modified: Monday, June 8, 2015 at 10:25 p.m. A newly opened clinic in a small office plaza near a busy Gainesville intersection marks the local arrival of a growing national trend in health care. Opened in May behind the CVS… Read More ›

MICH. “Direct Primary Care Pilot Project Proposed in Michigan” ~2016

By Richard A. Armstrong, MD State Senator Patrick Colbeck State Senator Patrick Colbeck representing Michigan’s 7th District, who has led the efforts to promote Direct Primary Care in Michigan, is once again taking the lead to expand DPC services in his state to the Medicaid population. Senator Colbeck has been involved with Direct Primary Care… Read More ›

DPC DEBT: “If You Are A DPC Doctor, How Much Student Loan Debt Do You Still Have?”

(C) June 2016 | The Direct Primary Care Journal

Hopeful Medicaid ‘Direct Primary Care’ Pilot Embraced by Senate, Gutted by House

Under the Senate budget bill, the physician would also act as a gatekeeper for access to treatments that only a hospital can provide, for which the hospital would be reimbursed by the state under the same kind of HMO-like contracts that exist now.  Sen. Patrick Colbeck, R-Canton, said the pilot program involves 2,400 people and… Read More ›

DPC DEBT: “If You Are A DPC Doctor, How Much Student Loan Debt Do You Still Have?”

(C) June 2016 | The Direct Primary Care Journal

SCALABILITY, PART 3: Does DPC Scalability Matter?

By Michael Tetreault, Editor JUNE 2, 2016 – Are too many DPC physicians moonlighting? Why is it that only about 8% of DPC physicians nationally report that their practice 100% supports them and their family? To that end, almost half of those same moonlighting physicians report that they work at their local urgent care to… Read More ›

MICH. “Direct Primary Care Pilot Project Proposed in Michigan” ~2016

By Richard A. Armstrong, MD State Senator Patrick Colbeck State Senator Patrick Colbeck representing Michigan’s 7th District, who has led the efforts to promote Direct Primary Care in Michigan, is once again taking the lead to expand DPC services in his state to the Medicaid population. Senator Colbeck has been involved with Direct Primary Care… Read More ›

DPC DEBT: “If You Are A DPC Doctor, How Much Student Loan Debt Do You Still Have?”

(C) June 2016 | The Direct Primary Care Journal