Epiphany is providing health care for patients who can’t afford Obamacare

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“Epiphany is a strange name for a medical company, but my partner, Dr. Bill Crouch, and I had an epiphany,” said Dr. Lee Gross, co-founder of Epiphany Health, 2975 Bobcat Village Center Road, North Port (EpiphanyHealth.org).

In 2010, they began riding the wave of a concept in health care that was just starting to swell. As a result, their small practice sees patients from all over the state — Lakeland, Orlando, Miami-Dade, Coco Beach. They drive across the state, Dr. Gross said, because they can afford what we’re doing here.

So what is it that makes Epiphany so different?

The two physicians had been in practice since 2002.

“We were in the rat race of independent practice primary care, where you’re trying to funnel the patients through as fast as possible, keeping office visits to seven minutes, fighting with insurance companies to get procedures and medications approved. It ended up feeling like we were treating the chart and the computer and the insurance company but not providing good medical care. We decided there had to be a better way to do this.”

Read the full article at the Charlotte Florida Weekly.

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