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Learn about how Miramont Family Medicine was able to use direct primary care to grow their practice and increase patient satisfaction.

Dr. John Bender and his wife, Teresa, have owned and operated Miramont Family Medicine since 2002, originally as a traditional fee-for-service (FFS) practice in Colorado with two locations. In 2015, Dr. Bender learned about Direct Primary Care (DPC) at a conference and was excited by the patient-centric approach and the financial opportunities it presented.

Caring for 20,000 patients and supporting 90+ employees, they knew they would have to take a well thought out transition strategy to transform the practice from a FFS model to DPC. For them, a hybrid approach was the answer, made possible through the technical support of Hint. In their experience, the revenue from just 1,000 DPC members is greater than 6,000 FFS patients with less staff and time required to care for those patients.

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