Why is the number of U.S. adults who have a Primary Care Physician (PCP) declining, especially among younger generations? Is it Cost? Convenience? The way they prefer to receive their healthcare?
It could be any one of many reasons, but the facts are that 45% of 18- to 29-year-olds and nearly 30% of 30- to 40-year-olds don’t have a PCP.1 Yet, PCPs are key to preventive health and routine screenings that can reduce healthcare costs and save lives over the long term.
Find out how Virtual Primary Care can help health systems shift from reactive care to proactive and predictive health management and care. Discover how to expand reach outside normal catchment areas, attract new patients in existing footprints, improve access to care, prevent leakage, and balance patient loads for providers.
- How Virtual Primary Care Works
- How to Bring Virtual Primary Care to the Masses
- How to Leverage Technology and Automation to Streamline Care
Michael is responsible for the direction, focus, and performance of MDLIVE’s Health Systems and Provider Business Unit. His responsibilities include accountability for the financials of the company, client relationships, satisfaction, marketing, utilization and business development efforts for all MDLIVE solutions and services in the health system and provider segment across the U.S. Prior to his arrival at MDLIVE in 2018, Michael worked for Cerner Corporation for 13 years.
MDLIVE launched its Virtual Primary Care platform on January 1, 2020, building on the high-quality urgent care, behavioral health and dermatology care the company currently provides to more than 36 million members throughout the U.S.