A day by day and tweet review of the Direct Primary Care Naitonal Summit in St. Louis October 11-12. A Patrick Jonas, MD, who served on the planning committee, spoke at and learned from Summit, is host and a practicing Family Physician in Ohio.
This meeting offered a lot for DPC physicians, practices, products and other interested parties. I review each item on the schedule and each sponsor and vendor. Almost everyone who attended was there at the closing bell. The enthusiasm was impressive.
I comment that this is the only aspect of medicine that is on the offensive. The movement - or Solution, as described by Gabe Fine of Health Access Rhode Island- has a chance to seize, retain and exploit the initiative.
#DPCSummit was the hashtag for Twitter. I reviewed most of the tweets on the show. Follow along while you listen.
All are welcome. A chat room affords listeners an opportunity for interaction in real time during the show, which is archived on BTR and iTunes.
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