Medical Access' direct primary care service allows physicians to avoid working with insurance companies and protect themselves from ObamaCare. Paid on a per member per month basis, no billing or coding, no account receivables, and no collections, are some of the benefits.
Online PR News – 26-November-2013 – Nashville Tennessee – Medical Access has launched an affordable direct pay primary care service that does not require patients to have insurance and is legal under ObamaCare. The organization is currently working with primary care physician groups who are implementing direct primary care as part of their practice.
Direct primary care is a relationship in which patients pay a monthly fee directly to their primary care physician in exchange for care. Physicians who provide direct primary care never need to wait for an insurer to pay for services. This direct pay service improves the financial health of medical practices and hospitals, reduces the time and expense associated with administrative functions, eliminates third party interference, and allows physicians to focus on the doctor patient relationship.
Physicians who work with direct primary care see many benefits which include: getting paid on a per member per month basis, avoiding all the expenses for coding and billing, eliminates account receivables, eliminates collections, speeds up the revenue cycle, reduces paperwork, prevents interference from insurance companies, and receives a continuous cash flow.
A Physicians Tool Kit that is apart of the direct primary care service allows physicians to put a direct primary care program into place in an effective and efficient manner. Physicians can easily convert patients who currently make payments to their practice by other methods to direct primary care without having to exclude patients who do not wish to convert at this time.
A direct primary care service coupled with a wrap around insurance policy is compliant with the mandates of the Affordable Care Act and is the best alternative for patients who will not be eligible for ObamaCare subsidies who want an affordable comprehensive health care program.