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Is DPC A Good Option For Medicare Patients?

Updated: Sep 20, 2018

Interestingly, my practice percentage of Medicare patients has not changed since the switch over to DPC. Why is that? For just $79 a month or $138 for a couple, you can get unlimited primary care. Several of my patients are saving money on generic prescriptions as well. We don't have any copays. You can also reap the benefits of longer visits with your doctor. If you need help figuring out what Medicare part D to use or what Medicare Part B plan to add, we can refer you to an insurance agent who can find the best plan for you to fit into the DPC model. The patients who have done that, are saving 20-40% over last year's costs in a traditional practice model.

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