Capital Hill: The DPCC Meets To Discuss Policy Initiatives and DPC March 4-6

Source: The Direct Primary Care Journal & DPCC March 4, 2014 (Washington, D.C.) As part of…

WSJ BUSINESS: SELLING YOUR PRACTICE … ‘Then, the adviser created projections for revenues, expenses and personal income based on three different scenarios for the future of the practice–staying independent, selling to a hospital, or switching to a concierge medicine model …’

If the physician switched to a concierge model, Mr. Loftus determined that he would need at…

AAPS: Free Markets in Healthcare Aren’t “Broken” – Just Not Allowed to Work

By Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D. Democrats excel at “message discipline”—sticking to talking points whether their script…

“On March 1, SFM will no longer accept insurance. His patients will pay $65 a month for adults, $10 a month for kids. A patient’s membership will buy them total access in person, by phone, email, text, Skype and Facetime.”

Local doctor brings ‘concierge medicine’ to the masses By Dennis Owens SCOTLAND, Pa. (WHTM) — February…

POLICY: DPC Debated on Capitol Hill

By Jessica Socheski FEBRUARY 17, 2014 – A senator and a state representative from Idaho recently…