A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Dr. Melissa Boylan has been in practice as a family physician in Columbia, SC for the past 11 years. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame, Georgetown University School of Medicine, and the Palmetto Health Family Medicine Residency program. She worked in a hospital-owned practice for 9 years until she came to her senses and opened her own direct primary care office – Noreta Family Medicine - in July 2020. Her goal is to provide high quality medical care for her patients using a business model that reintroduces transparency, accessibility, and personalized service to our broken healthcare system.
In this week’s episode, we discussed how to start your own direct primary care practice and learned useful information about making the journey easier.
Some of my favorite takeaways:
Steps to opening DPCWhat helped the most during the early stagesWhat EMR, phone, fax, digital forms, and other tech she usedHow to acquire necessary equipmentHow to arrange low-cost lab-work and in-house pharmacyCommon mistakes to avoid3 practical tips for physicians considering opening DPC
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