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DPC and Self-Insured Employers: A New Paradigm for Primary Care


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Imagine you’ve just been named Healthcare Czar of the United States. Your mandate is to achieve highly effective primary care.  The road-map to effective primary care includes eliminating barriers between physicians and patients, including bureaucratic inefficiencies, while simultaneously decreasing the over-all cost of primary care.

Source: A Marriage Made in Healthcare Heaven (Part 1)