Elcano Blog - Análisis y reflexiones sobre política internacional | Analyses and debates on international politics Overcoming barriers to building a direct primary care practice Dave Chase | Physician | September 2, 2011 The federal health reform bill included a little-noticed clause allowing for Direct Primary Care (DPC) models to be a part of the state health exchanges. I believe this will fundamentally alter the health insurance market and is leading to what I call a “Do it Yourself Health Reform” movement. That little-noticed clause (item #3 in 1301(a) of HR 3590) should have the effect of massively spreading the DPC model throughout the country. Despite the fact that half of primary care doctors say they’d leave medicine if they had an alternative and the New York Times reports on a family physician who can’t give away his practice, primary care physicians are understandably concerned about making the move to a different practice model. As Dr. As an entrepreneur, I have had to become a buyer of healthcare. Less time (zero if fully transitioned away from insurance-centric primary care) spent dealing with insurance headaches. Legal concerns.
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