DPC is uniquely able to telemed: a meme that suffered an early death.

An update to this post. Larry A Green Center / Primary Care Collaborative’s Covid-19 primary care survey, May 8-11, 2020: In less than two months, clinicians have transformed primary care, the largest health care platform in the nation, with 85% now making significant use of virtual health through video-based and telephone-based care. Larry A GreenContinue reading “DPC is uniquely able to telemed: a meme that suffered an early death.”

DPC and the pandemic: more capable than FFS? Or less?

DPC advocates are talking a lot these days about how a pandemic shows the superiority of direct primary care. Today, I learned this. Along with individualized medicine and the flexibility of fewer patients, however, comes one negative side effect: as Dr. Donohoe puts it, “the biggest roadblock to more people doing Direct Care pediatrics isContinue reading “DPC and the pandemic: more capable than FFS? Or less?”

Direct Primary Care & COVID-19: some takes on Dr. White’s piece on dpcalliance.com

Update 4/22/2020. This one was mostly reactive to Dr White’s DPCAlliance.com essay on DPC and COVID-19. That was dated 3/19/20. I wrote this mostly in reaction to unseemly opportunism, not so much by White as by Flanagan and Springer as discussed. In retrospect, what DPC Coalition tried to do here looks almost pathetic. Expressly pitchingContinue reading “Direct Primary Care & COVID-19: some takes on Dr. White’s piece on dpcalliance.com”