Direct Primary Care or DPC, is a unique approach to providing traditional primary care. By removing insurance from the equation, patients can receive the premium care they deserve at a very cost-effective rate.
Patients at Sasser DPC receive:
Convenient same day appointments
No need to schedule appointments weeks in advance. Typically, patients get same-day or next-day appointment with zero wait time.
24/7 Physician communication
Contact us by email, phone, texts or even video chat. Some minor issues can be handled over the phone without ever having to make an appointment.
Significantly reduced rates on medications
Wholesale pricing on prescription medication which is dispensed directly in the clinic.
Labs and imaging at negotiated direct rates
Unlimited clinic visits
Visits are as short or as long as the patient would like
Zero deductible or copay for visits
How is this possible?
Sasser DPC vs. Traditional Clinic Physicians
Traditional primary care providers have approximately 3,000 patients assigned to them, leaving physicians with very little time to get to know you and still properly access your medical needs. Additionally, their compensation is based on insurance bills and the number of clinic visits per day.
Traditional Clinic Physicians
2,500 – 3,000 patient panel
Takes approximately 3 weeks to get an appointment
Average of 8 minutes spent with doctor during visit
Medications dispensed at pharmacy
Inability to communicate directly with the physician
600 patient panel
Typically same or next day appointments
No stopwatch on appointment length
Medications dispensed in clinic at wholesale prices
At Sasser DPC, our approach is very simple.
We have removed insurance from the equation.*
There is no waiting once you arrive.
You can receive medications at the clinic for a significantly reduced rate.
We provide discounted rates on labs and imaging.
*In the U.S. healthcare system, $750 billion is spent annually on expenses that are not directly linked to healthcare. - Institute of Medicine, Mark Smith (et al), Best Care at Lower Cost, 2013
*The U.S. Spends $2,500 Per Person on Health Care Administrative Costs. - time.com>health-care-administrative-costs
*“The high administrative costs are functions of the system’s complexity.” - Kevin Schulman, a co-author of the study and a professor of medicine at Duke. nytimes.com>costs-health-care-us
Real, premium care that focuses on your health care needs.
Now is the time to join the Direct Primary Care movement that is returning healthcare to its roots by putting the focus back on the doctor-patient relationship. Real, premium care an affordable rate with completely transparent pricing.