Healthcare Without the Middleman: The Ups and Downs of Direct Primary Care

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Jill Zackrisson wanted to be able to spend more time with her patients. (Credit: Sandy Hausman / RADIO IQ)

As Republicans search for ways to replace the Affordable Care Act, some doctors in this country are doing something new.  Tired of the expense and time required to process insurance claims, they’re charging patients a modest monthly fee and bypassing insurance entirely.  Sandy Hausman has this two-part look at the model known as Direct Primary Care.

 

 

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