KANSAS: Bill could boost health of concierge care

MAY 5, 2015 – A Kansas bill that provides protection for physicians who get a retainer directly from patients is headed to the governor, the Wichita Business Journal reports.

The legislation backs the growing trend of direct primary care, sometimes called concierge care. In this model, physicians contract directly with patients, rather than insurance companies.

Kansas bill validates insurance-free model of care … ~Wichita Business Journal

The bill would make clear that these contracts, themselves, don’t constitute insurance.

SOURCE: Kansas City Business Journal,

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