We know that Alaskans need greater access to quality, affordable health care.
That’s why we believe that lawmakers must work to create a health care system that helps more Alaskans access better care at a lower cost—where health care providers compete to offer the best health care products and services at the best prices.
One way to achieve this goal is to allow Alaskans to access care through Direct Primary Care (DPC).
Unlike traditional doctor arrangements where patients are billed on a fee-for-service basis, DPC doctors provide patients unlimited access to high-quality medical services, including chronic disease treatment, clinical and laboratory services, and comprehensive care management in exchange for a flat monthly membership fee.
Expanding access to these services in Alaska will increase the quality of and lower the cost of health care in our state.
It’s time to allow Alaskans access to receive health care through Direct Primary Care.
Urge your lawmakers to support DPC!