Combating Burnout with Business

Much has been said recently regarding medical student and physician burnout, a real phenomenon felt by all within medicine. The debate rages on many fronts as to the solution to this ever increasing problem. Proposed solutions come, primarily, from two different camps of thought. The first looks at the personal

Guest Blog Series–Dr. Lisa Davidson, DO

Lisa Davidson, DO has been practicing in Denver since 1997. She completed her residency at the University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency at Rose Hospital. Dr. Davidson serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of CO, Denver School of Medicine. She is a huge advocate for the Direct Primary

Forget what you’ve heard, direct primary care is here to stay.

Much has been said recently in online forums, medical blogs, and news outlets regarding the sustainability of direct primary care after the closure of pioneer and giant Qliance. While unfortunate, we here believe that the movement is alive and well and right where it needs to be. Check out our

Guest Blog Series–Dr. Shane Purcell, MD

This is the first in our "Guest Expert" series. Each post in the series will highlight a DPC physician currently in practice, including an introduction to them and their practice as well as advice for those looking to go into direct primary care. We are extremely grateful for the

Road trips and Physics and Healthcare, Oh My!

They say that the fastest way to get from point A to point B is a straight line (though this video shows this isn't always true). For the purpose of today's post let's assume this to be true--that the fastest and most efficient path between two points is via a

Starting With Why–The Direct Primary Care Edition

Since deciding some weeks ago to start this blog, I've debated the subject of the initial post. I've gone back and forth on different topics in my head--should I write about this or should I write about that? It probably doesn't matter as much as I've convinced myself that it