Free Report: 9 Problems with Direct Care Medicine

They’re Probably Not What you Think

Health professionals are seeking a new model outside the reach and control of the hospital networks and insurance companies. A growing number of health professionals are pursuing Direct Primary Care, which is a subset of Direct Care Medicine. In Direct Care Medicine, the patient pays the health professional directly and does not work through a third party, also known as an insurance company. 

I have been involved in the direct care “movement” since 2015.  Sometimes my partners and I have stood on the periphery at events and conferences and sometimes we’ve run direct care clinics. As such, we’ve been able to both observe and experience what it’s like in this emerging new world. From these observations and experiences, we’ve discovered the following 9 problems with Direct Care Medicine.

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