“Healthcare Innovations in Georgia:Two Recommendations”, the report prepared by the Anderson Economic Group and Wilson Partners (AEG/WP) for the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, provides valuable material to deliberations about direct primary care. The AEG/WP team clearly explained their computations and made clear the assumptions underlying their report. This facilitates the public discussion that the Georgia Public Policy Foundation sought to foster in publishing the report. I will be examining those assumptions and various implications of the report in upcoming posts. I will also put the AEG/WP report into the context of other bits of an on-going discussion about direct primary care.