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Direct Primary Care, health care sharing viable alternatives to traditional providers, insurance

Direct Primary Care, health care sharing viable alternatives to traditional providers, insurance

Published on October 4, 2016 by Tracy B. Stewart for The Eagle

In late 2015, I gave myself a $10,000 raise by changing my health care provider and insurance. After extensive research, I became a part of Dr. John Davidhizar's practice at MyMDbcs via Direct Primary Care and Liberty HealthShare. When we first met, Dr. John made three promises to me. I would always be able to see him on the same day or the next business day, I would never have to sit around in the waiting room, and he would dedicate at least 30 minutes to each visit with me.

When I wrote the January article for The Eagle, I reported that Dr. John had kept each of those three promises. Since then Dr. John has moved to The Physicians Centre Hospital. Not only has the quality of his service continued to be high, but I now get the added benefit of having access to radiology services, stat lab results and other ancillary services in the same building. 

However, back in January I had not had the change to test-drive one important part of Direct Primary Care services - what would happen if I had to be hospitalized. I am here to report that I have now had that experience. Having a hospital stay is never fun ,but that upside is that I can update you on what happened.

Read this complete articles at: http://www.theeagle.com/seasoned/html_d7e7cdc2-8bd7-11e6-8577-1bf4223d0eea.html 

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