KPI Ninja missed so many boats — a whole fleet really — in its Nextera report, you may wonder whether they come to analysis in good faith. Well, there’s one note in their favor. Sometimes, KPI Ninja’s inability to make important adjustments disfavors their DPC client. In their analysis of DirectAccessMD, for example, an inducedContinue reading “KPI Ninja and bad faith.”
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Two new DPC brags failed to show bona fide risk-adjusted savings; together, they make clear that DPC brags rely on cherry-picking.
Two recent DPC brags fit together in a telling way. Nextera Healthcare reported non-risk-adjusted claims data indicating that employees of a Colorado school district who selected Nextera’s DPC option had total costs that were 30% lower than those who selected a traditional insurance option. But that employer’s benefit package confers huge cash advantages (up toContinue reading “Two new DPC brags failed to show bona fide risk-adjusted savings; together, they make clear that DPC brags rely on cherry-picking.”
Nothing huge, but a possible small win for DirectAccessMD cost reduction claims.
The DirectAccessMD clinic that serves the employees of Anderson County, SC, is run by a tireless advocate for, and deep believer in DPC, Dr J Shane Purcell. Here the employer, with Dr Purcell’s apparent support, has taken steps that seems to have somewhat mitigated the selection bias that is baked into most other direct primaryContinue reading “Nothing huge, but a possible small win for DirectAccessMD cost reduction claims.”