What is direct primary care, and how can it help patients?
The fee-for-service model of healthcare has been reexamined over the past few years, with alternative models increasingly gaining traction. Zak Holdsworth, CEO and co-founder of Hint Health, tells Healthcare Finance News Executive Editor Susan Morse he believes the status quo payment models are on their way out – and the question isn't "if," but "when."
-How Hint Health got started
-How the direct primary care model works
-The benefit for health systems
-What about specialty care?
-Employers are starting to explore new options
-Should insurers be scared?
-The difference between this model and the ACO REACH model
-The future for Hint Health
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