Interest In Direct Primary Care Still Climbing

This weekend the AAFP put on the DPC Summit.  I know many of the speakers who were there (Julie Gunther, Josh Umbehr, Ryan Neuhofel, Jack Forbush, etc) and I heard it was a smashing success. The interest in simplifying primary care continues to grow. It turns out we don’t need third parties to get in the way of us treating patients.  We don’t need administrators to set us straight and treat us as three year olds.  There is hope.

For those that missed this event there and are considering DPC there is another non-AAFP DPC conference in Orlando this October. It is put on by the Doctors for Patient Care Foundation and I will be speaking.  More information to follow.

  1 comment for “Interest In Direct Primary Care Still Climbing

  1. Kurt
    June 27, 2017 at 9:11 pm

    I made a respectable comment on the AAFP site that if one is able to get a DPC practice to flourish, they could kiss MOC and and ABFM good-bye. No cuss words but my usual diatribe on how
    no accountability of patients for their lousy habits further dooms FP and the alphabet soup
    accountable care/”quality care” drivel that is being foisted on us. Guess what? I was already on
    moderation but it remains to be posted. Wonder why?

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