More millennials are shunning the traditional primary care model, in favor of retail clinics, free-standing urgent care centers, and telemedicine.
Primary care practices with a non-physician provider to physician ratio of 0.41 or greater reported earnings of $100K+ more in healthcare revenue per physician.
A health center for native Alaskans brought mental and physical care under one roof, with impressive results. Why isn’t it more popular?
In 2017, more than 89% of NPs were prepared in primary care programs.