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Traditional vs. Direct Care

Direct Primary care vs convetional graph

Direct Primary Care (DPC) and traditional medicine diverge in their fundamental approach to healthcare. DPC focuses on a patient-centric model, emphasizing direct, unrestricted access to a primary care physician for a fixed monthly fee. This fosters a strong doctor-patient relationship, allowing for longer appointments, preventive care, and personalized treatment plans. In contrast, traditional medicine relies on fee-for-service models, often necessitating insurance, and can involve fragmented care from various specialists. DPC aims to streamline and simplify healthcare, emphasizing holistic well-being, while traditional medicine operates within a complex system with a focus on treating illness rather than promoting long-term health.

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