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Direct Primary Care

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Direct primary care is a business model that allows primary care physicians to offer their services directly to their patients without an insurance company in the middle in exchange for a monthly fee. The membership fee allows the patient to access a variety of primary care, including consultations, exams, care coordination, and some lab services, without paying any additional fees at the time of service.

The direct primary care model accounts for a small fraction of the primary care provided in the U.S. there are about 1,000 direct primary care practices providing care to about 500,000 patients, but it's steadily growing, as virtually all of those practices have opened in the last decade.

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Benefits of the Direct Primary Care Model

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A direct primary care model allows physicians to spend more time with each patient: Roughly 30-60 minutes per visit, as opposed to 12-15 minutes per visit in a traditional clinic that relies on health insurance reimbursements.

Because they don't deal with health insurance paperwork or bureaucracy, direct primary care facilities spend less time and money on administrative tasks. And patients get to pay one monthly fee and have all of their primary care covered, without having to worry about deductibles or separate copays for each procedure.

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The elimination of out-of-pocket costs at the time of service means patients are less likely to avoid seeking care due to cost. Combined with the increased amount of time that physicians get to spend with each patient, a direct primary care model could be more conducive to thoroughly addressing patients primary care needs as soon as they arise. This can potentially prevent them from escalating into situations that require emergency or inpatient care.

Because doctors don't need to worry about whether a patient's insurer will cover telehealth services, most direct primary care memberships allow patients to access care via phone calls, email, or video chats, all of which can be more efficient and convenient than in-person consultations, depending on the situation.

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