by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
North Carolina policymakers should take steps to make the state even friendlier to direct primary care. It’s an “innovative” business model that already generates benefits for patients, doctors, employers, and the state, according to a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
“DPC restores the incredible value of personalized medicine,” said report author Katherine Restrepo, JLF Health and Human Services Policy Analyst. “North Carolina already ranks as one of the top DPC-friendly states. Unlike other state legislatures, ours does not subject these practices to government price controls, capped patient numbers, limited treatments, or a defined menu of services.”
Learn more from Katherine in the video below.