Category Archives: Direct Primary Care

(STUDY) DPC: Practice Distribution and Cost Across the Nation

(Philip M. Eskew, DO, JD, MBA and Kathleen Klink, MD) Direct primary care (DPC) is an emerging practice alternative that (1) eliminates traditional third-party fee-for-service billing and (2) charges patients a periodic fee for primary care services. We describe the DPC model

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(STUDY) DPC: Practice Distribution and Cost Across the Nation

(Philip M. Eskew, DO, JD, MBA and Kathleen Klink, MD) Direct primary care (DPC) is an emerging practice alternative that (1) eliminates traditional third-party fee-for-service billing and (2) charges patients a periodic fee for primary care services. We describe the DPC model

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NATIONAL SEARCH PATTERN TRENDS (among patients): “Boom Towns” In Concierge Medicine, 2015-2016

Healthcare is not an “impulse” purchase. People don’t impulsively buy experiences … they conduct searches, price compare and make more educated buying decisions, once they feel confident in the education they’ve found. People are now searching out and choosing Concierge

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NATIONAL SEARCH PATTERN TRENDS (among patients): “Boom Towns” In Concierge Medicine, 2015-2016

Healthcare is not an “impulse” purchase. People don’t impulsively buy experiences … they conduct searches, price compare and make more educated buying decisions, once they feel confident in the education they’ve found. People are now searching out and choosing Concierge

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DPC Journal Releases Two-Year Industry Analysis of Direct Primary Care Marketplace. Shows Trends, Demographics, DPC Hot Zones.

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Michael Tetreault, Editor, The Direct Primary Care Journal (The DPC Journal) – Tel: 770-455-1650 ext 151 JULY 7, 2015 – Eighty percent (80%) of Direct Primary Care (DPC) physicians operate in a solo practice setting versus a

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DPC Journal Releases Two-Year Industry Analysis of Direct Primary Care Marketplace. Shows Trends, Demographics, DPC Hot Zones.

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Michael Tetreault, Editor, The Direct Primary Care Journal (The DPC Journal) – Tel: 770-455-1650 ext 151 JULY 7, 2015 – Eighty percent (80%) of Direct Primary Care (DPC) physicians operate in a solo practice setting versus a

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The History of Concierge Medicine in America (1996-Present Day)

Brief And Abridged History Of Concierge Medicine And The DPC Healthcare Marketplace. Last Updated: June 19, 2015 | Source: Concierge Medicine Today; The Direct Primary Care Journal; Concierge Medicine Research Collective; AAPP (formerly, SIMPD); MD2; MDVIP, and DPCC. Edited By

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The History of Concierge Medicine in America (1996-Present Day)

Brief And Abridged History Of Concierge Medicine And The DPC Healthcare Marketplace. Last Updated: June 19, 2015 | Source: Concierge Medicine Today; The Direct Primary Care Journal; Concierge Medicine Research Collective; AAPP (formerly, SIMPD); MD2; MDVIP, and DPCC. Edited By

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Published Industry-Specific Books

(Available in Paperback or Kindle Edi.) The Doctor’s Guide To CONCIERGE MEDICINE and Direct Primary Care: Essential Startup Steps For Doctors Considering A Career Transition. NEW RELEASE | Whether you’re the owner of an existing medical practice or looking for

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Published Industry-Specific Books

(Available in Paperback or Kindle Edi.) The Doctor’s Guide To CONCIERGE MEDICINE and Direct Primary Care: Essential Startup Steps For Doctors Considering A Career Transition. NEW RELEASE | Whether you’re the owner of an existing medical practice or looking for

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QLIANCE: New Primary Care Model Delivers 20 Percent Lower Overall Healthcare Costs, Increases Patient Satisfaction and Delivers Better Care .

SEATTLE, Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — A review of two years’ worth of healthcare claims data on thousands of patients reveals, contrary to the prevailing view, that unlimited primary care drives down overall costs while improving patient outcomes and experience.

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QLIANCE: New Primary Care Model Delivers 20 Percent Lower Overall Healthcare Costs, Increases Patient Satisfaction and Delivers Better Care .

SEATTLE, Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — A review of two years’ worth of healthcare claims data on thousands of patients reveals, contrary to the prevailing view, that unlimited primary care drives down overall costs while improving patient outcomes and experience.

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