HUFF.PO: (DPC) The Health Care Revolution You Haven’t Heard About.

It is projected that the United States will require nearly 52,000 additional primary care physicians by 2025. However in a study published by the Commonwealth Fund in 2012, 30 percent of physicians between the ages of 35 to 49 were expected to quit within the next five years. In fact, in 2011, only 7 percent of medical school graduates chose a career in primary care.
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Direct primary care and concierge medicine: They’re not the same

Direct primary care (DPC) and concierge medicine are rapidly growing models of primary care. Though the terms are used interchangeably, both are not the same. Such liberal use of terms, many times by even those within the industry, confuses those who are attempting to understand how these primary care models operate....
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