An article in American Academy of Family Physicians details the growing demand for subscription-based services around the nation including health services like direct primary care. LevMed is proud to be one of St. Petersburg's first DPC providers.
According to the article "the next few years will undoubtedly show sharp growth in direct primary care and other enterprises serving patients who are either without health insurance or do not want to use their health insurance to obtain health care".
"The subscription economy puts the focus back on the customer as the center of the business model, and direct primary care does the same. The cash-pay market will be the biggest disruption health care sees in the next decade, and the Powers That Be in health care should take note, lest they go the way of Blockbuster".
Read the full article here