Is direct primary care a solution to physician burnout?
Rob Lamberts, MD
There are concerns that could swallow up the direct primary care movement and shunt it from being a potential salvation for our system to a flash in the pan.
While there are many similarities between the two models, the differences turn direct care from a curiosity or sideshow to a potentially huge player in the American healthcare marketplace.
The monthly fee changes the experience for doctors and patients for the better.
A rational approach to the criticisms of direct primary care.
Running a DPC practice means excluding third-party payments, which in turn means better patient satisfaction for our services.
DPC is not only best for doctors and patients, but perhaps an idea that could rescue a system that is dying at the hands of others.