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Physicians weigh in on the DPC model


A recent survey of direct primary care physicians revealed some interesting insight on physician burnout and restoring joy in medicine.

Examining Moral and Practice Patterns of Direct Primary Care Physicians was a 2017 study of direct primary care (DPC) providers from 32 states.A 17-item survey was distributed to over 1,000 DPC providers via a social media page in September 2017. The following “additional comments” were collected from the survey.For more on the survey, and how it compares to a similar study of primary care physicians, read more here.Click here to download a PDF of this slideshow.Image: ©Jalena A / Shutterstock.com

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