In 2016, Senate legislation
seeking to clarify that Direct Primary Care is not insurance did not make it out of the Georgia Senate. In 2017, the Senate unanimously approved similar DPC legislation
and the House Insurance Committee reported favorably on the bill on March 20, but the House Rules Committee did not place the legislation on the calendar by March 30 for a House vote before Sine Die.
By Loren King
Dr. Loren King
In primary care medicine, offices visits require understanding and knowledge of multiple complicated and interrelated medical, social and economic concerns to adequately parse decision making.
Health care is complicated and personal and, at its very foundation, it is conversation, friendship and hope. Unfortunately, the economics of…