Tag: Explanation about Direct Primary Care

Meet and Greet at Beyond Primary Care

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29 November 2018

Dr. Jeff O’Boyle will host a Meet and Greet at Beyond Primary Care Thursday, December 6th from 5:30 pm until 8 pm. 

Meet Dr. Jeff O’Boyle, check out the personal and all-in-one clinic, and learn what Direct Primary Care offers.

Topics include:

  • How Direct Primary Care works with health insurance
  • What kind of insurance works best with Direct Primary Care
  • How obtaining your medications works with Direct Primary Care
  • How obtaining labs and imaging works with Direct Primary Care
  • How hospitalization works with Direct Primary Care
  • How referrals work with Direct Primary Care
  • Comparing the actual costs of services and products in a fee-for-service system versus Direct Primary Care
  • Dr. O’Boyle will answer any questions you have

Direct Primary Care, Explained.

admin

2 October 2018

Hi and thank you for your interest in Direct Primary Care (DPC). Our clinic, Beyond Primary Care, is part of a doctor movement to improve access to our patients. Patients get more personalized care. Patients may also save money on insurance if they can pair their direct primary care membership with a cheaper, high-deductible policy.

 

The main reason many people cannot afford health care is because it’s too dang expensive. Most patients will seek DPC because they could not afford insurance premiums and/or out-of-pocket expenses under the current system. Watch me explain more about Direct Primary Care and how patients can save money.

 

Direct Primary Care is NOT insurance. In fact, we recommend all our patients have some type of insurance as accidents may happen. Insurance is absolutely necessary for certain types of care. Some events and conditions are inherently expensive. However, hypertension management and radiation treatment for brain cancer are radically different things. Why should we pay for them in the exact same manner? With Beyond Primary Care, I am delivering a higher level of care at a known priceIf you can not afford insurance, direct primary care is an affordable healthcare option.