Physicians are increasingly looking to different practice models, as burnout rates continue to climb. This series explores the DPC model.
This doctor explains how docs are tired of extra paperwork and unnecessary tasks that don’t improve the quality of lives for our patients.
This doctor says DPC brings a greater level of joy and autonomy to physicians, who practice the highest level of medicine, no longer controlled by admins or insurance companies.
This doctor insists that his DPC practice offers “beautiful care” to the community; it’s part of his value AND his “why”.
This doctor explains DPC as a framework to building a clinic as a person, while still bringing great value to patients.
This doctor believes that personalized attention is the basis of a quality medical service.
This doctor says that direct primary care means freedom; not only for the physician, but also for the patient.
This doctor explains why the practice of medicine is in danger as others, mainly third party-payers and administrators, continue to set the rules and regulations on those who actually provide health care.
This doctor says that the DPC model of care is what we envision medicine to be when we were little kids and wanted to be doctors.
A physician duo that started their Direct Care Practice – in Pittsburgh – in Jan 2022.
A doctor describes the systematic conditioning of following metrics rather than using valuable time for real patient care.
How the former CEO of Qliance, the first large-scale DPC organization in the US, practices in the DPC model.