• 00:53

    Dr Synonymous Review of Direct Primary Care Ohio Unsummit

    in Health

    Special emphasis tonight on the May 17 Direct Primary Care Ohio "Unsummit" held in Beavercreek.  This was a unique opportunity to bring together information that impacts health care via Direct Primary Care.  No Insurance payments are used in this business model.  A blog and tweet review of patients, physicians and health related literature will fill out the show.  A Patrick Jonas, MD is host and a practicing Family Physician in Ohio.


    Interviews will relate to Family Medicine usually- its practice and teaching.  Health tansformation and change will be frequent fare for discussion.


    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.

  • 00:54

    Dr Synonymous- Direct Primary Care

    in Health

    A blog and tweet review of patients, physicians and health related literature.  A Patrick Jonas, MD is host and a practicing Family Physician in Ohio.
    Interviews about Direct Primary Care featuring Brian Forrest, MD founder of a successful DPC practice and training company in North Carolina.  Dr. Forrest will enlighten listeners about the Why and How of DPC.  He will also comment on the DPCSummit coming up in Stlouis October 11-12 at the Airport Marriott.  See www.FMEC.net for further info.
    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.

  • 01:21

    Ep283: Direct Primary Care

    in Health

    Dr. Ryan Neuhofel talks about delivering medical care without the need of insurance companies. This model is called Direct Primary Care. More information at NeuCare.Net. Download entire show at http://bit.ly/FMR283

  • 00:53

    Direct Primary Care National Summit 2013- Reflections

    in Health

    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.

  • 00:51

    What is Primary Medical Care for the Homebound Elderly?

    in Business

    On October 22, at Noon, my guest will be Dr. Jomarie Zeleznik.  Dr. Zeleznik is Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. From 1995 until 2004 she trained geriatric fellows, internal medicine and family medicine residents, and medical students at Montefiore Medical Center. She is published in the geriatric and palliative care literature on subjects including pressure ulcers, communication between doctors and health care proxies and aging physiology. Dr. Zeleznik established Comprehensive Geriatric Care in 2004 as an office-based solo medical practice with home visits to for those patients who because they became homebound could no longer travel for primary medical care in the office. Informed by the experience of being one of the many hands-on caregivers for her own home-bound mother who died at home of complications of Parkinson's disease and the challenges of obtaining care in the home, Dr. Zeleznik remade Comprehensive Geriatric Care as direct primary care practice which provides accessible and individualized primary and palliative care to those elderly who cannot leave their homes.  Dr. Zeleznik is a co-founder of The CareGivers’ Project, a not for profit which is an on and off-line organization where caregivers for elderly can express and reflect about the complexities of being a caregiver through written and visual material and get-togethers.

  • 00:43

    Making a Hybrid Model Direct Primary Care Practice

    in Health

    Dr Jonas will preview his presentation for the Direct Primary Care National Summit where he will speak and facilitate and participate.  It should be an exciting opportunity to learn and launch more Direct Primary Care practice activities.   A Patrick Jonas, MD is host and a practicing Family Physician in Ohio.
    His traditional practice is being converted into a hybrid of traditional and DPC.  He'll discuss how that's going and strategies to make it happen.  Each practice will be different, though, which makes uniqueness the name of the game in DPC.  Health tansformation and change will be frequent fare for discussion.
    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.

  • 01:00

    Direct Primary Care: Erika Bliss, MD Interview

    in Health

    Scroll ahead to 14:30 where the interview starts.  Erika Bliss, MD, President of Qliance interviewed by Dr Synonymous (A Patrick Jonas, MD) a practicing Family Physician in Ohio.  Qliance is a leader in Direct Primary Care, both in the practice model and the business model.  Their policy leadership established legislative milestones with the Washington State legislature.
    The interview allows Dr Bliss to disciss key aspects of the Direct Primary Care movement including its dynamic expansion and role in health care.  Health tansformation and change are well supported by DPC.  Tune in to hear Dr Bliss answer important DPC questions and explain her vision for its future as well as her excitement about the upcoming Direct Primary Care Summit in St Louis.
     The show, is archived on BTR and iTunes.

  • 01:25

    Ep277: Direct Primary Care

    in Health

    Dr. Rob Lamberts recently announced that he is leaving his traditional practice to open a Solo Practice with the model of "Direct Primary Care" that does not require insurance but does require a monthly fee. Listen to our discussion as he tells us why he chose to do this, and what this type of practice looks like. Check out his website at DoctorLamberts.Org 

  • 00:31

    How To Pay For Long Term Care: Funding Options

    in Health

    In this episode of The Fischer Report, host Tony Fischer, will be covering the different funding options for long term care.  Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, Medicaid Waiver, Non-Profit, Long Term Care Insurance and Third Party Health care insurance will be covered.


    After listening to this general overview you will understand the differences between the funding sources, how to apply and where to get help applying. 


    Stay connect to The Fischer Report and the Care Radio Network by following us on Facebook and Twitter.  @fischerreport @careradio


    You can also catch other episodes of The Fischer Report right here on Blog Talk Radio.


    We hope you enjoy this audio resource. 


     

  • 00:30

    Accountable Care Organizations and You

    in Health

    The Affordable Care Act has changed the health care system in a number of ways. One of the changes is the advent of the Accountable Care Organization. This edition of The Fischer Report will focus on Accountable Care Organizations and explain how the changes will affect your health care providers. We will also provide links to online resources to help further your understanding of this this complex system. 


    We have prepared an online companion to our show highlighting this weeks topic here.

  • 00:31

    Nursing Homes: Getting Great Care For Your Family

    in Health

    Nursing Homes are the great unknown. They are a part of the health care continuum that everyone wants to avoid and no one wants to talk about. The stigma of Nursing Homes is the main reason why families, caregivers and patients neglect to make importent level of care an importnat part of their extended care plan. Join us on The Fischer Report as we talk about Nursing Homes and how to get great care from them.


    Companion Hub: http://tonyfischer.hubpages.com/hub/Nursing-home-Life-5-ways-to-insure-better-care-for-your-family


     

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