5:59:34 PM PDT - Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021

New Montana Laws Enshrine Health Care Alternatives, for Better or Worse  

By Editor - Thu Jun 10, 2:26 am

When Paul Rana’s primary care physician left the VA clinic in Kalispell to open her own practice, he followed her. But instead of picking up a new health insurance policy, Rana and his partner agreed to pay a monthly fee that came with the promise of better access. Their provider, Dr. Lexi Tabor-Manaker, opened Glacier Direct Primary Care clinic in 2018. The model known as DPC, which can also stand for direct patient care, furnishes basic health care to patients for a set fee, often billed monthly like a subscription. The arrangement offers patients unlimited access to their doctors and allows them to communicate by phone or email. But the costs are all out-of-pocket

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New Montana Laws Enshrine Health Care Alternatives, for Better or Worse

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