“As a society it will be unsustainable to continue to renovate or build new facilities that mimic our healthcare system’s old focus, in hopes that it can still flourish. If we continue down this road of applying an obsolete mindset to the changing health care process, we will continue incurring unnecessary costs that knowingly or unknowingly, bring inefficiency into a system that thrives on value service.” Faith Njoku, BRI-UCIrvine after attending a talk by Doug Elting, Architect.
“I’ve written previously about direct primary care (DPC) at a time when the long-term implementation of the model was still undetermined. Questions of economic viability, patient embrace, and government intervention brought uncertainty regarding the future.” ~Danny McCorry, BRI-Georgetown
“I realized how much Direct Primary Care could improve healthcare efficiency and delivery. It’s incredible how these physicians have taken it upon themselves to innovate healthcare business models. They are accomplishing this by mostly replacing insurance with cash payments or subscription fees for common medical visits.” Zachary Howell, student leader, University of Delaware
Dr. Lee Gross, MD, presents direct primary care plan Epiphany Health to AMSA national conference for medical students at the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine October 12, 2013, sponsored by the Benjamin Rush Institute, a non-profit organization protecting doctor-patient relationships and preserving freedom of choice in medicine. Dr. Gross is a family physician in Florida […]