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Is direct primary care doomed to fail?

A recent Medical Economics article asked “Is the DPC model at risk of failing?” The piece focuses on two large DPC-like organizations, Qliance Medical Management of Seattle, Washington and Turntable Health of Las Vegas, NV, working in partnership with Iora Health, which recently closed their doors. Qliance and Turntable were not actually DPC practices by strict definition; they were innovative large business operations providing health care services to patients and excluding third party payers. Their idea was commendable, but their closure indicates little cause for concern in regard to the growing direct primary care movement. Robert Berenson, MD, who admits to not being a fan of the...

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