The main hallmark of direct primary care (DPC) is working directly with the patients, avoiding the influence of insurance companies or third-party payers. However, there is still value in working with the employers.
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While working independently is valued by some, there are so many advantages to working and collaborating with other DPC practices.
The majority of physicians that begin their journey into DPC have a good sense of dollars and cents, and what is a necessary expense versus an unnecessary expense.
Recently on Healthcare Americana, we spoke with Dr. Carol Ann Linebarger, physician at Direct MD Austin, about her experiences building a direct primary care practice directly out of residency.
Recently on Healthcare Americana, we spoke with Danielle Ewing, External Operations Director at Freedom Healthworks, about the most common mistakes she sees when working with direct care practices.
we recently hosted a LIVE webinar on November 7
We hosted our very first webinar, Getting to Know Freedom Healthworks and the Future of DPC, on Thursday, October 3.
Kyle Rickner, MD, founder and physician at Primary Health Partners explains why he’s scaling up his practice and how he’s doing it.
“He knows me, and he actually knows my children and my wife now. Our whole family comes to him, and it’s almost as if he’s part of our family,” Jason says.
Your value is that no one else could possibly do what you do or replace you. You are too important for anything bad to happen. This is why the organization needs you, right? Wrong. This mentality is crippling, toxic, and disastrous for a company.