Going insurance-free does not, and cannot, reduce the overhead expenses of primary care practices by 60%, or even 40%.

Substantial correction made on 2/12/2-13. About 13% of revenue (22% of overhead) according to academic research.  I’ve back-tracked Katherine Restrepo’s and Julie Tisdale’s 2016 claim that: By dealing directly with patients and filing no insurance billing whatsoever, DPC practices are able to eliminate 40-60 percent of their overhead expenses. A footnote there takes you to a 2015Continue reading “Going insurance-free does not, and cannot, reduce the overhead expenses of primary care practices by 60%, or even 40%.”