Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Stupid DPC Tricks

I'm beginning to see why Direct Primary Care continues to remain a blip on the health care radar (comprising 3% of practices, it's basically a rounding error):
This is just silly: why would an insurer care how much that hypothetical MRI cost in this example? It's not like they're the ones paying for it. And if the insured has already met their deductible, the carrier has a vested interest in encouraging its insureds to find the lowest price.

I'm becoming less and less enamored of this health care delivery model every day.
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