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  • What’s Holding You Back from Opening Your DPC Practice? (After You Read this, the Answer Will be ‘Nothing.’) Part 2.

    “Hmm, Direct Care sounds amazing. I’d love to do that.” Ever said or even thought those words? Do you fall into any of the categories we talked about here? So why haven’t you started your practice yet? Maybe this Direct Care thing is new to you. Maybe you’ve heard about it but don’t know where to […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2017/01/whats-holding-you-back-from-opening-your-dpc-practi...

  • What’s Holding You Back from Opening Your DPC Practice? (After You Read This, the Answer Will be ‘Nothing.’)

    If you fall into any of the following categories, you absolutely MUST keep reading because no matter what is preventing you from taking the next step with Direct Care, there’s a solution. We’re in the mood to break down some walls. At the end of this two-part series, you will be left with nothing but […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2017/01/whats-holding-back-opening-dpc-practice/">What’...

  • Hey DPC Docs! You’re Better at Sales Than You Think.

    You went to med school. You speak medicine. You speak healing, healthcare and patient happiness. So if the idea of sales and selling makes you want to go jump off a cliff… yeah, we get it. If you’re thinking about transitioning to Direct Care, or even starting fresh with Direct Care, there are two things […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2017/01/youre-better-at-sales-than-you-think/">Hey ...

  • Feature Review: Updating Your Account Password.

    If you’re using the Atlas.md EMR, you already know you’ll get email reminders to update your password every now and then. You can click the link right in that email to hop straight over. Should you need to update your password any other time, for any other reason, there are a couple ways to go about […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2017/01/feature-review-updating-account-password/">Featu...

  • DPC is the Answer to Both Sides of the Retail Healthcare Argument.

    You know those retail healthcare clinics, the ones tucked away in the corners of grocery stores? Research suggests that people are popping in there and spending money on treatments they don’t even need. Treatment for ailments that would probably resolve themselves. Well, okay, consider this. A patient has a rash. They bust out the browser: Google […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2017/01/...

  • The DPC Myth-Buster, Courtesy of the AAFP!

    When the AAFP takes it upon itself to “dispel myths” about DPC, you do a little happy dance. You also pump your fist in the air and yell, “FINALLY!” Look, we get it, DPC carries with it a bit of an educational learning curve. It used to be that healthcare without insurance wasn’t a natural concept for many people […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2017/01/dpc-myth-buster-courtesy-of-the-aa...

  • Treating Millennials with Direct Primary Care

    DPC is all about connecting with patients, which ironically is prevented by the standard insurance model. All those rules and regulations are so tough to keep up with, and heaven forbid you break one of ’em. The fear itself can effectively prevent that connection which leads to a healthy doctor-patient relationship. Can’t text. Can’t Skype. Can’t Tweet. And […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas....

  • Feature Review: Making Your Calendar Work for You

    This time of year is crazy, don’t you agree? The holidays bring with it random, inconsistent office hours, winter vacations to schedule around, and patients who need to be seen at all times of the day… and night! There’s no better time than now to make sure you’re getting the most out of your calendar. […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2016/12/feature-review-making-calendar-work/">Feature...

  • These Prices are INSANE. #IAmDirectCare

    There’s all kinds of talk about how much money Direct Care can save patients. You know, DPC practices who offer wholesale prices on meds, and pile on coupons on top of that. Oh, and that the cost of a monthly subscription is way less expensive than the cost of an insurance policy they may not even […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/2016/11/prices-insane-iamdirectcare/">These Prices are INS...

  • Quality of Care vs Third Parties.

    Third parties are supposed to be helpful. But when they’re not, the result can be incredibly detrimental. This study from The Physician’s Foundation threw out a number, associated that number with docs who felt third party elements actually took away from their ability to provide quality patient care, and that number is quite staggering. About two-thirds […]The post <a href="https://blog.atlas.md/...

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Validic + Omron Wellness = Atlas Awesomeness.

    Don’t you love it with things improve unexpectedly? It’s a nice little surprise that makes your day better. One that causes you to smile to yourself and think, “Well, isn’t that neat.” It’s kind of like finding out your EMR integrates with your favorite blood pressure cuff so you can be easily and effortlessly proactive […]The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.atlas.md/2016/09/validic-omro...

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Insurance Agrees: Direct Care Is Catching On

    In an article from InsuranceNewsNet.com, Direct Care was the topic of discussion. DPC was shed in a positive light – and that’s the way it should be. Because that’s the way it is in real life. Yes, DPC and insurance are actually friends. To those who don’t understand the business model, it might seem that […]The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.atlas.md/2016/09/insurance-agrees-direct-car...

  • It’s Not Doctor Shortage, it’s an Efficiency Issue.

    According to Forbes, “A recently published study in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that for every hour physicians were seeing patients, they were spending nearly two additional hours on paperwork.” Whoa. Well, we knew traditional docs spent a lot of time on paperwork… but this much?! It gives whole new meaning to one of our favorite catchphrases […]The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://b...

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Category: Content
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Generated 5 months ago

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