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Direct primary care (DPC) is the Netflix of primary care. In exchange for a small monthly fee, patient members of the DPC clinic have around-the-clock access to the services that their physician offers. There is no health insurance – just the patient paying the doctor a monthly fee in exchange for health care.

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Workplace medical clinics were once a benefit reserved for employees at only the largest companies with the deepest pockets. But now some vendors are helping groups of small and midsize employers provide convenient primary care at shared clinics in hopes of tamping down medical spending.

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Paladina Health, a leading-edge healthcare provider whose model improves patient care and satisfaction while lowering costs, today announced Tobias Barker, MD, MHCM as the company's new Chief Medical Officer. Paladina Health offers a patient-first approach to primary care, including unhurried appointments, 24/7 physician access for urgent needs, referral management and care coordination, and no or low co-pays.

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Almost two years ago, the former University Hospitals doc joined Paladina Health, a Denver-based primary care outfit that is quietly making an entrance in Ohio by forging arrangements with area employers with the ambitious goal of disrupting the patient-doctor relationship.

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DENVER , Aug. 23, Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of health care that improves patient care and satisfaction, today announced it has closed a $165 million growth equity funding round led by existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from new investors Oak HC/FT , Alta Partners , Greenspring Associates and other strategic investors.

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Paladina Health has expanded its delivery of innovative primary care services to more patients in partnership with UnitedHealthcare and the State of Colorado bringing additional services to State Employees in Fort Collins, Grand Junction and Sterling Areas. 

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Teilen Drucken DENVER , Aug. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of health care that improves patient care and satisfaction, today announced it has closed a $165 million growth equity funding round led by existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from new investors Oak HC/FT , Alta Partners , Greenspring Associates and other strategic investors.

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(Bloomberg) -- A group of investors is putting up $165 million to fuel an expansion of Paladina Health, bringing a recent surge of private funds flowing into companies that run primary-care clinics to more than a half-billion dollars. The venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates is leading the investment after acquiring Paladina for a reported $100 million earlier this year from dialysis provider DaVita Inc. Paladina, which runs medical clinics for employers, plans to use the money to build new clinics and acquire other firms.

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DENVERJune 6, 2018 -- Today, Paladina Health, a company with an innovative primary care approach to delivering individualized health care, announced that global venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates (NEA) has acquired the wholly owned subsidiary from Fo

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A few Northeast Ohio employers are looking westward for a solution to rising health care costs. Enter Paladina Health, a Denver-based primary care outfit that is quietly making an entrance in Ohio with the ultimate goal of disrupting the patient-doctor relationship. Consider it primary care on steroids for middle-market companies. Patients have direct access to their docs, 24/7 phone access for urgent needs and no co-pays.

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