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Let's bring in doctor dog not a make he's from Wichita Kansas.
This would often stop taking any and all insurance.
He's gone to a position of membership.
But his -- an -- to welcome the -- good to -- I appreciate you having me down to try to explain very briefly what's going on via.
You have a whole bunch of patience and you charge them X number of dollars poem month to be a member.
All of your practice.
You don't take any kind of insurance whatsoever and you've done this because you don't like all that red tape and paying for people to administer -- red tape.
So is my first question.
How much do you save by not -- having any insurance people whatsoever.
Of the this savings is.
Absolutely astounding we've saved some families small families.
A thousand dollars a month.
We've shown potential savings for a small company.
Of a quarter million dollars in the first year alone if you take that nationally that's.
Not just millions but that's billions of dollars and the things now that's savings for you all patients who upon -- you -- your membership.
And -- -- what about savings to you because you'll practice doesn't have those people -- -- filling out the forms.
Right there is a local clinic that has 62 employees for six physicians.
We have three physicians and one employee so.
The overhead which patients typically pay for.
And I get charged what is it fifty bucks a month.
Patients is that right and ten dollars for their children month is that that roughly accurate right.
Okay -- right most adults -- fifty dollars a depends on age but yet unlimited access for that.
Also medications and labs free procedures -- KG is stitches you name it so if I need a blood -- like -- a member of your practice.
I need blog look.
How much is that.
Yearly blood work normally several hundred dollars we do it for about twelve and a half.
Roughly yeah blood count as two dollars checking your cholesterol is three.
Normally that's anywhere from sixty to ninety dollars depending actually talked with a fellow this yesterday.
Went to an ER have a lab that we get for four dollars they charged his insurance 670.
-- so -- -- you must have deals with these outside -- -- just -- You've got deals with the presently.
Right well it's a physician purchasing agreement the basically when you take the red red tape extra work and households.
Out of the equation.
They built -- at the end of the month for services rendered we cut them check there's no questions about -- -- and everybody gets paid what about catastrophic illness I mean serious we use this one we recommend.
Yes we recommend that people still have catastrophic insurance you know 5060 years ago insurance did just that people paid their doctor because that was inexpensive.
We've made that expensive by using insurance for primary care.
We're turning them back into what it used to be and what it always should have been so.
Insurance which is inexpensive will still cover surgeries and heart attacks things like that time.
So this has got nothing to do with the approach of obamacare this is just to view sighting on if you -- -- money occupations and saving money for their employers.
It's very interesting doctor -- thanks for joining us America's.
You may well be the way to go we'll see about this but thanks doctor appreciate it -- -- -- selling your life insurer.
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