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Lee S. Gross, M.D.
FL Family doc fighting for health care freedom. Direct Primary Care pioneer. President, . Chairman,
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Sally Pipes Jul 14
Good news: Is One Step Closer to Death After Tuesday’s Court Hearing via
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 13
Why the Trump Executive Order Making Healthcare More Transparent Is A Big Deal
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Kris Held,MD Jul 12
Wake up America,if you think these groups care about you,your health,or you being able to get your medications,you are deceived. These middlemen want to sustain their $250 Billion annual profits,racketeered on the backs of patients under the LIE of”caring”for them. UNETHICAL SCAM
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 12
Powerful combination of affordable major medical coverage with affordable access to routine medical care
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 12
But it’s an option that gives choices and flexibility, rather than a one size fits all approach. The HRA now allows employers to help purchase individual insurance that may be best for an employee. Now it will also allow DPC purchase as well.
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 12
Replying to @jffsgl @AtlasMD and 12 others
You’re not asking the right patients. Spend a day in my practice.
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 12
Actually the new rules encourage small employers to make tax-free contributions as a tax-free benefit to employees to purchase private coverage that is portable if they change employment, reducing pre-existing condition issues.
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 11
Doubt the doctors are equally as happy. We have an epidemic of physician burnout and we lose a med school class per year to physician suicide.
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Dr. Josh, AtlasMD Jul 11
sees the whole maze and is fixing it :)
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The Accad & Koka Report Jul 11
Great things happen to former guests of the show. After appearing on episode 49, was invited to the White House. He now returns to tell us about that visit. :) Ep. 85 Trump’s 6/24 Executive Order: A Turning Point for Direct Primary Care?
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Green Hills DFC Jul 8
Proud to be on the BOD of with this pioneer and national leader in Direct Primary Care!
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James Madison Inst. Jul 8
Are you in search of a rewarding new career? Are you excited about promoting liberty and free market principles? Look no further! JMI is searching for a Director of Membership to join our team. Learn all about JMI and the position here:
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Kris Held,MD Jul 6
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Inspired Health & Wellness DPC Jul 4
Replying to @drleegross
I teach medical students and encourage them to adopt DPC. Two of my students said they would never go into primary care the way it's done now but would only do it in a DPC model. We have to get students and residents in our offices to teach them there is something better
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 4
Time to stop digging
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 4
Want to learn how to be a Direct Primary Care Doctor? Free CME for 1st time physician attendees! Come to Nuts and Bolts 4 in Orlando! Learn from pioneers of the movement.
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AssocAmerPhys&Surg Jul 3
"The problem Republicans have had for a long time is that we have accepted the premise that coverage is the metric by which we should gauge success in healthcare," explains .
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Katarina Lindley DO Jul 3
has restored my love for medicine and I’m sure it would do so for many others. As President of Texas I’m going to do my best to advocate to residents and medical student to consider as their specialty
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 3
President Trump Signs an Executive Order on Improving Price and Quality ... via
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Lee S. Gross, M.D. Jul 3
“...this year, the percentage of primary care positions filled by fourth-year medical students was the lowest on record.” If only there was a better way to practice primary care that was more mentally and financially rewarding.. saves health care.
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