House Calls on D.C. Bureaucracy

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Kimberly Legg-Corba, M.D., D4PCF President Lee Gross, and Josh Umbehr, M.D. brief policy makers at the Department of Health and Human Services on Direct Primary Care.

Kimberly Legg-Corba, M.D., D4PCF President Lee Gross, and Josh Umbehr, M.D. brief policymakers at the Department of Health and Human Services on Direct Primary Care.

It has been a big week for Direct Primary Care (DPC) as physicians steeped in the practice model explained the benefits for patients and doctors.  Tuesday brought meetings with Senior White House officials, the Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services and senior advisors to CMS and HHS.

DPC’s patient-centered health care delivery innovations that improve affordability and access topped the agenda.

Two days later the discussions continued in a conference call with Treasury Department officials to help resolve some long overdue health policy related tax issues.
President Lee Gross, M.D. in regard to the meetings is “Happy to report that the Administration is actively engaged in finding common-sense solutions.”

All this is possible through your monthly gifts that give the Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation the financial fuel to keep educating key leaders and policymakers on the radical cost savings and care improvements with Direct Primary Care.

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