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2015 Edition of “DPC Consumer/Patient Guide”

Direct Primary Care Journal is a great resource for news about Direct Primary Care.

They’ve just released the 2015 Edition of “DPC Consumer/Patient Guide.”

“At about 98+ pages, “The DPC Consumer Guide“ is widely used in physician offices. undergraduate and medical college classrooms, and corporate offices worldwide. More than a dozen of the new entries in the 2015 Edition are in the sections on FAQs About DPC, which include: The Difference Between Concierge Medicine and Direct Primary Care (DPC); How Does This Work With My Flex Spending Account, Medical Savings, HSA or HRA? and Does DPC pair well with insurance plans? and more.”

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