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Continuing the Conversation
With your hosts Jeff Kanter
and Charles Frohman
On November 10th, 2021 we had with us Katalina Lindley, DO, an Osteopath of Direct Primary Care at Eagle Medical Center
The Ultimate Primary Care?
Every Wednesday your Freedom Hub (founded by Jeff Kanter and Charles Frohman) hosts two Zoom calls. One is at 4pm, the other at 7pm. The 4pm call is eclectic (often regarding our liberties…or disappearing liberties) and the 7pm usually is centered around practitioners who use a cash-based practice and what they do. These are recorded and archived.
Most folks by now have heard of the bargain of paying $100 per month or so for unlimited access to a primary care doctor - with cut rate meds, tests, procedures and off hours telemedicine. Especially if one has a family or chronic disease with lots of individual health expenses, the “Direct Primary Care” subscription model makes sense. Employer advisors are very bullish on using DPCs to manage group plan spend. But what Freedom Hub really wants to hear from Dr. Lindley is how Osteopaths can upgrade the DPC (& primary care) markets.
That’s because allopathy alone has a short window. Patients are self-diagnosing and visiting increasingly non-allopath chiropractors and naturopaths. Osteopaths combine the best of both worlds - offering a full, holistic approach, for body, mind and spirit - exactly what patients in the future will demand.
Almost 40 osteopathic schools have produced over 100,000 osteopaths nationwide, and a quarter of all medical grads buy into this combination. Does this field complete the upgrade of the medical system, or as the new president of the Texas chapter of the reformist AAPS - does Dr. Lindley see other health problems in need of reform?