I had told you that would happen and why.
It did, and now 25,000+ people have had less than a month’s notice to make new primary care arrangements. But the whole idea of direct primary care was to have been that these patients chose to pay a subscription fee to Qliance instead of maintaining an insurance plan adequate to their primary care needs.
Do Georgia conservatives still want to free direct primary care companies like Qliance from having to maintain reserves to assure that patients are protected when direct primary care providers go under? Somehow, I am sure they do.