In rural areas, decreased primary care panel size is a problem, not a solution.

Montana’s last governor twice vetoed DPC legislation. He was not wrong. Over the last month or so, DPC advocates from think-tanks of the right have trotted out the proposition that direct primary care could be “the key to addressing disparities in health care access in underserved areas of Montana facing severe shortages of primary care”.Continue reading “In rural areas, decreased primary care panel size is a problem, not a solution.”