Paladina Health and ERChealth have partnered to offer an innovative Direct Primary Care option for ERChealth employees and families in Ohio. This new ERChealth option named PCP+ (Personal Care Physicians) provides employees of ERChealth companies access to Paladina Health doctor's offices in Northeast Ohio. Learn about this primary care option available at no cost to ERChealth employees and families.
(CLEVELAND, Ohio) - ERChealth and Paladina Health announced Aug. 1 an alliance to offer an innovative Direct Primary Care option for ERChealth employees and families in Ohio. Direct Primary Care (DPC) is an innovative alternative payment model improving access to high functioning healthcare with a simple, flat, affordable membership fee. The defining element of DPC is an enduring and trusting relationship between a patient and his or her primary care provider.
"Paladina Health is an organization that really treats the whole person, not just whatever symptoms you walk in with, whether it's an achy back or runny nose. They're treating your entire health. They're taking the time to really get to understand your background, your family history, your lifestyle and then they tailor the services they provide to you to make a healthier you.
(SEATTLE, Wash.) - Paladina Health LLC and Brown & Haley announced Aug. 1 an alliance to offer an innovative direct primary care (DPC) option for their employees and families in Tacoma, Wash. Brown & Haley are one of three new Paladina Health clients which formerly received DPC services through Qliance, a Seattle-based provider of primary care services which recently closed its doors.
"Our Chief Medical Officer left his primary care physician, somebody he had seen for decades, because he thought the relationship and the access and the convenience at Paladina was better. That to me said something really important about how good this was and how valuable this was to employees."
This is the final article in our five-part series, “Onsite Clinics 2.0: The New Model for Employer Sponsored Healthcare.” Now is an exciting time for employers interested in deploying innovative healthcare solutions to address rising costs and chronic disease rates across their employee population.
In theprevious article, we looked at the limitations of the Onsite 1.0 Model. This segment explores the resurgence of onsite clinics and what types of organizations are getting finding value in onsite and near-site care.
This is the third in our five-part series, “Onsite Clinics 2.0: The New Model for Employer Sponsored Healthcare.” In the previous article, we looked at the changing role of employer-sponsored clinics. This segment explores the limitations in the Onsite 1.0 Model that must be overcome to address root cause healthcare cost and quality issues.