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The value of the direct pay monthly fee to physicians and patients – Excerpt from Medical Economics

by: Rob Lamberts, MD – Nov 6, 2018 (An excerpt) There are two big differences between a traditional and a direct primary care (DPC) practice: The doctor is paid directly by patients, not insurance (or other third-parties) The patient doesn’t pay for office visits, instead paying a low monthly fee (typically about $50 per month). The …

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Trying To Put A Value On The Doctor-Patient Relationship

“This article nails the current healthcare climate… If you haven’t read this yet…  you need to, it’s the reason behind we do what we do. ”   – Hiren Doshi, CEO Paragon Private Health Summary: In its push for profits, the u.s. health care system has made it difficult for patients to get personal attention from …

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Private Practice – Improving Profitability It Takes A Double-Sided Approach

By: Neil R. Hoyt, Sr. – Vice President, Paragon Private Health  When was the last time you took a long, hard and in-depth look at your practice’s finances?  We’re not asking about a cursory look at them, or questioning a line item or expenditure from time-to time.  No, we mean examining every aspect of both your …

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The Costs of Medical Care & The Future of Medicine – PART 2

The Cost of an Aging Population BY:  Stephen C. Schimpff, MD We are all getting older and like an old car our parts start to wear out. That will not change but we as individuals can delay the effect of aging with physical and mental exercise. Our organs lose some of their function at a …

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