• DPC Summit On Demand

    Online CME

    2023 DPC Summit Conference attendees: This on-demand product was included in your registration. Please log in to your AAFP account to view the activity.

    Learn the latest strategies and details you need to start, grow, manage, and sustain an effective direct primary care practice (DPC). 

    Using lectures, panel discussions, and real-world examples, DPC experts will walk you through the vital components to a successful DPC practice, including:

    • Business basics
    • Pharmacy
    • Human resources
    • Various clinical topics

    Price: $350
    Free to AAFP student and resident members

    If you were a 2023 DPC Summit Conference attendee, you already have access to these sessions. Please login to your AAFP account to view the activity.

    • Advanced Clinical Procedures: Practical Ways to Expand Your Skillset by Amber Beckenhauer, DO; Neal Douglas, MD; Rob Rosborough, MD
    • Cashflowing Your Startup DPC with Moonlighting by Christina Gonzalez, DO
    • Creating a Managed Services Organization (MSO) to Support Regional Growth of Direct Primary Care by Natalie Gentile, MD; Kirsten Lin, MD
    • Doc, I Need You Now!: How to Identify and Manage Personality Disorders in the DPC Model by Clodagh Ryan, MD
    • DPC Saved Me (and My Career): What is Direct Primary Care? by Jeff Davenport, MD
    • DPC: Saving Two Lives at Once by Andrew Anderson, DO
    • DPC-nomics: Because in DPC Overhead is Everything by Vance Lassey, MD
    • Facing Fears of Starting a DPC Practice by Katy Liu, MD
    • Find Your Why by Neal Douglas, MD
    • Find, Sign, and Retain Employers You Want by Shane Purcell, MD; Nicole Hemkes, MD
    • Getting Started with Medication Dispensing in Direct Primary Care by Brian Lanier, MD
    • HIPAA, OSHA, CLIA: What You Need to Know by Tammi Waters, DO
    • Hiring Partners: A Panel Discussion by Tiffany Leonard, MD; Nicole Hemkes, MD; Vance Lassey, MD; Shane Purcell, MD
    • Legal and Regulatory Issue Spotting by Philip Eskew, DO, JD
    • Managing the Flow: Tools to Effectively Manage a DPC Practice by Rob Rosborough, MD; Janet Daffron
    • Ongoing DPC Financial Planning: Budgeting and Investing for Sustained Success by Nick Shiver, Melissa Boylan, MD
    • Optimizing Technology in Your DPC by Tiffany Leonard, MD; Kenneth Qiu, MD; Jaren Blake, MD
    • Preach What You Practice: How to Create Engaging Social Media That Brings in New Patients (in just 10 minutes per day!) by Phil Boucher, MD
    • Setting Boundaries: Honoring Yourself by Maryal Concepcion, MD; Liz Fischer, MBA; Christina Gonzalez, DO; Rob Rosborough, MD; Clodagh Ryan, MD
    • Speaker Town Hall: Growing a Practice by Tammi Waters, DO; Natalie Gentile, MD; Liz Fischer, MBA; Vance Lassey, MD
    • Speaker Town Hall: Starting a Practice by Jeff Davenport, MD; Kissi Blackwell, MD; Kenneth Qiu, MD; Rob Rosborough, MD
    • Starting a Practice: The Easy Button by Tiffany Leonard, MD
    • Strategies for Success in DPC by Nicole Hemkes, MD
    • Taking the Leap: Logistics of Leaving the System by Kissi Blackwell, MD
    • The Mental Health Crisis: Improve Your Psychiatry Skills in Direct Primary Care by Clodagh Ryan, MD
    • What If I'm Not a Cowboy? (Value Added Options If You're Not Heavily Procedural) by Christina Gonzalez, DO
    • Wholesale Medications Without the Pesky In-house Dispensing: How to Partner with Your Local Pharmacist by Luke Van Kirk, DO; Vance Lassey, MD
    • Working with an Employee Benefits Advisor by Cristy Gupton, Liz Fischer, MBA; Patrick Fillnow, MD
    • Evaluate effective strategies for transitioning to, or starting a new DPC practice while employing long-term success plans.
    • Employ essential business management skills required of a successful DPC practice owner and examine how these skills promote improving patient care.
    • Discuss the prospective impact of the DPC model in fostering a renewed interest in primary care and educating the future workforce on primary care.
    • Demonstrate up to date, hands-on techniques for some commonly utilized clinical procedures seen in today’s primary care clinics.
    • Examine various educational methods and processes that DPC practices have established to engage employers in their community and coordinate patient care in order to grow an existing DPC business model.
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    The AAFP has reviewed DPC Summit On-Demand and deemed it acceptable for up to 28.75 Enduring Materials, Self-Study AAFP Prescribed credit. Term of Approval is from 8/22/2023 to 8/22/2025. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of AAFP and The DPC Alliance, ACOFP. The AAFP is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    The American Academy of Family Physicians designates this Enduring Materials for a maximum of 28.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    CME activities approved for AAFP credit are recognized by the AOA as equivalent to AOA Category 2 credit.