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What is direct primary care?
Is it the same as concierge medicine?
What are the advantages?
Can I afford it?
Is it available near me?
Why would I want to pay out of pocket?
How do I find a DPC doctor?
Do specialists do DPC?(ophthalmalogist in Texas, ENT in Arizona) stem cell docs; the spine guy in richmond procedure often not covered, but still billed a chargemaster price, expecting insurance coverage: don't pay it: ask for cash price or medicare price
Carol's CT story - here or somewhere.


Links:
The Wedge and CCHF
THE DPC Coalition at http://dpcare.org
AAPS

""Direct Primary Care (DPC) is an innovative alternative payment model improving access to high functioning healthcare with a simple, flat, affordable membership fee. No fee-for-service payments. No third party billing. The defining element of DPC is an enduring and trusting relationship between a patient and his or her primary care provider. Patients have extraordinary access to a physician of their choice, often for as little as $70 per month, and physicians are accountable first and foremost their patients. DPC is embraced by health policymakers on the left and right and creates happy patients and happy doctors all over the country!" - DPC Coalition: https://www.dpcare.org/"

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