Yes, all members signed up on a DPC plan have access to telemedicine. This puts them in direct contact with our physicians who strive to bring you the appropriate care in the most appropriate way. If we can use our tele-health services to help save you a trip to the office, we most definitely will.
Yes. We are a great option for small business owners and self-funded companies who are looking to provide great benefits for themselves and retain great employees. Even if your employer doesn’t cover the membership, it is still a valuable investment in your health. The employer can design their perfect “wraparound” plan. Most importantly, a self-funded [...]
Absolutely! We are happy to partner with you to bring our quality services to your employees and save them time away from work waiting at the doctors office. Please call us if you would like to learn more.
The law currently allows the use of HSA money to pay for medications, imaging tests, labs, etc. No, HSA funds cannot be used to pay for DPC membership fees. Legislation has been proposed to clear up the question regarding if HSA money can be spent on a DPC physician’s retainer or membership fee.
No. However, there is overlap between direct primary care and concierge medicine. The most important difference is in the cost and billing structure. In general, concierge practices charge and annual retainer along with billing insurance. The typical annual retainers are over $1800 per year. Direct primary care practices generally charge monthly fees which tend to [...]
As a member, you will have access to discounted medications and you pay only our cost, which is always below current prices. We only dispense medications we can save you money on. We do not dispense any DEA-controlled medications such as narcotic pain medicine, sedatives, anxiolytics or stimulants.
No, but we recommend you have some form of insurance to cover unplanned emergencies in your health. Due to the low monthly fee, membership-style payment plan, DPC eliminates the expense of a full-coverage insurance plan. High Deductible Plans also known as Catastrophic/ “Wrap around” plan is still recommended and required by the Affordable Care [...]
Direct primary care is a health care model in which family medicine physicians provide complete primary care services for a set monthly, quarterly or annual fee. It is a new alternative to traditional health care plans. Multicare Physicians Direct Primary Care (DPC) was designed for more affordable and more accommodating preventative healthcare. DPC fundamentally limits [...]