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DIRECT PRIMARY CARE: First year medical student ‘Thompson’ hopeful for future of primary care

By Student Doctor Thompson

MAY 24, 2013 – I am a first year medical student. I have recently discovered what direct primary care is and I share with you what I know so far. It is the return of the classic family doctor. Here is an example of how a direct primary care physician might structure his or her practice: WATCH VIDEO >>

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Direct primary care (DPC) is an emerging model that has gained some attention nationally in recent years. Sometimes referred to as “retainer practices,” DPC practices generally do not accept health insurance, instead serving patients in exchange for a recurring monthly fee — usually $50 to $80 — for a defined set of clinical services.

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