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Reduced Employer Total Healthcare Spend
Lower Employee Out of Pocket Expense
Comprehensive Primary Care Services
Included Urgent/Acute Care Services
Included Preventive Care
Discounts for Non-covered Services
Acute and Chronic Prescription Discounts
Broad, Agile National Network of Independent Primary Care Practices
Take care of those who take care of your business, call today to find out how easy it is to offer this benefit to your employees 800.377.6099.
Direct Primary Care is not insurance. It is an affordable option for individuals, families and employers to receive quality, local, personal medical care.
EverMed DPC Monthly Fee
Individual age $75
Individual + 1 $140
Family up to 4 $200
Additional Household $40
That’s it. No Set-up fees. No Co-pays.
How EverMed DPC Improves Plan Performance
With EverMed DPC, primary care becomes the platform for your employees’ (and their families) healthcare experience.
EverMed DPC can:
Replace Current Primary Care Fees
Replace most Urgent Care Fees
Reduce Unnecessary, Costly Emergency Department Visits
Encourage Early Interventions
Drive Proper Care Protocols for expensive Diagnostics and Specialty Care
Manage Transparent Specialty and Surgical Pricing Relationships
An academic review of DPC claims data showed:
25% lower outpatient utilization
48% fewer ER visits
41% fewer hospital admissions
12.3% net lower total cost of care, even after taking into account the higher primary care costs than in usual practices
EverMed DPC drives logic and common sense back into healthcare.
For more information, or to ask direct questions, please do call , contact the local Territory Manager, Charlie Schmidt, Renton, WA 98056, at ph. 425-260-3262, email CSchmidt@evermeddpc.com . Thanks
What We Offer.
EverMed is on the forefront of bringing the DPC concept to the Pacific Northwest.
Every EverMed DPC Clinic offers:
Direct Primary Care is not insurance. It is an affordable option for individuals, families and employers to receive quality, local, personal medical care. DPC on its own does not satisfy ACA requirements and is best when paired with an insurance plan.