Tag Archives: Direct Primary Care

  1. Are you 1 in 2? Half of Georgians may have pre-existing conditions

      There’s been all this talk lately about pre-existing conditions. Before the American Care Act (ACA, aka Obamacare) and the protections it put in place, insurance companies charged more and often denied people for “pre-existing conditions,” a term the companies themselves coined. These conditions have never been legally defined, but were identified by insurance companies…

  2. Fate of American Healthcare Act Rests in the Senate

    Fate of the American Healthcare Act Rests in the Senate   Direct Primary Care (DPC) offers a clear path to primary medical care without fear of changes from new legislation. With every other coverage model using health insurance to some degree, DPC is the only model that can provide patients with consistent access, whatever the…

  3. Two Cents for a Penny’s Worth: A patient’s conversion to DPC care

    I liked my doctor, I really did. But after another one of our typical, lightning-fast visits where I came in, waited for two hours and then saw her for less than 10 minutes, I ended with a referral to a specialist. Another doctor. That specialist saw me for an equally brief visit, determined my symptoms…