DPC cherry-picking: the defense speaks. Part 2.

Recap of Part 1 The direct primary care community has long tried to support claims that DPC reduces overall health care costs by 20% to 40% with non-risk-adjusted cost-reduction data drawn from employment health plans that allowed employees to elect between DPC and FFS primary care options options. But the first and, so far, onlyContinue reading “DPC cherry-picking: the defense speaks. Part 2.”