Genius Idea: A Life Time Of Care For $5000

“Dr Neu brings about shocking new ideas.

Starting October 1, 2013, I will be offering a lifetime of primary health care for a one-time payment of $5000.

As I was bootstrapping open my family medicine practice last year, I read about a creative brewery in Minneapolis who raised start-up capital by selling a lifetime of free beer for a $1000 “membership” at their bar. The Kansas-Minnesota trek prevented me from investing in this brilliant offer, but as a budding entrepreneur, I was inspired.

After resigning to not wait for “the system” to provide my patients better or more affordable care, I started a Direct Primary Care practice fresh out of residency. We now provide our friends and neighbors comprehensive primary care for a simple, fixed membership fee of $30 or $40 per month per person — including most routine labs, many procedures, flu shots and more — and without co-pays, 2 hour wait times, worries about deductibles or the need for insurance middlemen.

Our clinic has grown steadily since starting in December 2011. We are now expanding our services to better care for our existing and future members. Being averse to more debt, the strings of venture capital and the anonymity of Kickstarter, I decided to take a cue from a cool brewery.”

PLEASE VISIT Dr. Neu’s blog to find out on how he’s going to do it-

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