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Drop-in demand grows as health law fuels urgent care, retail clinics

By Ed Sealover, Reporter, Denver Business Journal

Story Last Updated: January 2014 - Of all the changes health care will undergo in 2014, one is likely to be universally well received: It’s becoming more convenient. 437 more words

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AAFP: Family Physicians and Patients Show Increased Interest in Direct Primary Care

By The AAFP Insurance Program | Blog

JULY 12, 2014 - There has been a lot discussion surrounding the growth of direct primary care (DPC) practices and how both family physicians and their patients can benefit from this new fee-based model. 680 more words

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Schimpff, MD: 'Paying the doctor directly is better for all concerned'

By Stephen C. Schimpff, MD | Physician 

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July 21, 2014 - The fundamental problem in health care delivery today is a highly dysfunctional payment system that leads to higher costs, lesser quality and reduced satisfaction. 969 more words

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Schimpff, MD: 'Paying the doctor directly is better for all concerned'

By Stephen C. Schimpff, MD | Physician 

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July 21, 2014 - The fundamental problem in health care delivery today is a highly dysfunctional payment system that leads to higher costs, lesser quality and reduced satisfaction. 969 more words

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Rictor, MD: PART 1 of 2 -- The Unlearning Process of Direct Primary Care

PART 1 of 2: The Unlearning Process of Direct Primary Care

By Kenneth W. Rictor, MD, DPC Journal Contributor | Scotland Family Medicine

JULY 21, 2014 - 887 more words

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COLWELL: 'Is direct primary care the wave of the future?'

Contributor: AnnJeanette Colwell
Topic: Direct primary care, Concierge care, High-deductible plans, Patient-centered

JULY 17, 2014 – At the 2014 Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative Western Regional Conference recently held in Denver, health system executives were asked to discuss the changes that physicians will face in the shifting reality of healthcare reform. 592 more words

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