Medical Benefit

Direct Primary Care memberships can be purchased as a flexible employer-sponsored health benefit. It can be offered as a stand alone medical benefit, paired with a cost-sharing plan, or more traditional health insurance option. Which option best suits your company?
92.7% Reduction in Hospitalizations
Hospitalization is a significant cost burden to most insurance plans. Reducing hospitalizations indicates significant cost savings for employer plans.
5 Year Study
68% Reduction in Total Medical Costs
DPC reduces procedural, lab, and prescription costs. Add in decreased hospital, ER, and urgent care utilization that DPC produces and the cost savings are dramatic!
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Save $913 Per Member/ Per Year
Average cost savings acquired from those who have access to a Direct Primary Care clinic compared to similar demographics without Direct Primary Care access.
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91% Employee Utilization
Increased utilization of DPC services allows for improved chronic condition management and a substantial decrease in medical claims/costs.
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Direct Primary Care

Insurance is expensive, however, that doesn't mean you can't offer a great medical benefit for your employees. Choose to pay all or a portion of your employee's Direct Primary Care membership and give them coverage for 70-90% of the care they will ever need in their lifetime.

Cost Sharing + Direct Primary Care

Medical cost-sharing networks provide the peace-of-mind of a major medical plan while Direct Primary Care provides preventative, primary, and most urgent care services. It's the total healthcare plan solution for 20-60% less than typical health insurance.

National General with Direct Primary Care

A unique level-funded group health benefit specifically for small business that includes a Direct Primary Care membership. The kicker - National General will RETURN unused medical benefit money! (*Disclaimer, video below for illustrative purposes only.)

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