Dr. Jane Hughes presents at the AAPS 73rd Annual Meeting on transitioning to Medicare Non-Par and Out of Network Every physician in America has experienced the squeeze of third party intrusions into their daily practice […]
More Practices Going ‘Third Party Free’ Jun 3, 2015 Faced with increasing bureaucratic demands and declining revenues due to price controls, more and more physicians are opting out of Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance contracts, write […]
By L.R. Huntoon, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.A.N. Physicians who took the government’s incentive cash to adopt electronic health records are now subject to audits. All they had to do was sign the attestation that they were […]
“Breaking up is hard to do” was once a popular song, and physicians might think of it as they wonder how to extricate themselves from the grasp of insurance companies. But only three things are […]
By Gerard Gianoli, M.D., F.A.C.S. – http://www.EarAndBalance.net/ Shopping around is something we do to get the best quality and the best price for our needs. Without price transparency and the ability to shop there is […]
The Surgery Center of Oklahoma City – http://www.surgerycenterok.com/ – was founded in 1998 by Keith Smith, MD and offers patients transparent, direct, package pricing. Patients know exactly what the cost of the service will be […]
The following physicians have opted-out of Medicare and do not participate in other third-party insurance plans. If you are a patient who wants to maintain a direct relationship with your doctor – without the insurance company, government, or employer in the exam room – these doctors may be for you.
Two traditionally “left-wing” media outlets publish articles on examples of how free market solutions can improve access to health care for the uninsured. from Huffington Post 5/26/2011 Direct Primary Care: Skip The Insurer, Get Better […]