Thank you for considering PostRx Healthcare. At PostRx Healthcare we believe that personalized care is care that prioritizes relationships and takes a proactive approach to health and wellness. And, we know that true healing happens when patients are informed and engaged. Read More
Direct Care Medicine…what’s that?
Direct care values patients
What is direct care?
Direct care is healthcare…simplified. With direct care, all of the middlemen like insurance companies, hospital administrators, governmental agencies, etc., are eliminated allowing for a direct relationship between you, the patient, and your doctor. In the direct care model your physician works directly for you, and with you, to develop and implement treatment plans in order to manage chronic digestive problems and maintain digestive health and wellness. Read More
Health Insurance is Expensive
Health insurance is expensive…and just because you have it does not guarantee healthcare!
DID YOU KNOW…that there is a growing network of like-minded physicians, nurse practitioners, and benefits specialists who hope to create alternatives to our “sick care” system. The alternative “healthcare” system would be transparent, affordable, accessible, and reward those who are proactive about health and wellness! Read More
What is a medical home?
I’m excited to be seeing patients in my new office and wanted to share a bit about it. I have created a chronic disease management program similar to that popularized at the University of Pittsburgh—and similar to models for other chronic illnesses. Read More
We’ve been busy…collaborating and creating relationships!
Healthcare is expensive and fragmented. Lack of effective communication and education only worsens healthcare delivery and outcomes. At PostRx Healthcare communication, education, advocacy, and collaboration are our focus. And, ultimately that focus fosters relationships with patients as well as other healthcare professionals resulting in better care for patients with chronic digestive disease.
Check out some of our partnerships… Read More
First Quarter 2022 Update
March Madness is upon us…how is 2022 shaping up?
We’re hopeful that 2022 will be one of improved health and wellness…for everyone, not just our PostRx family. How great would it be to focus on better sleep, better diet choices, better exercise routines, and ultimately, better health. As the days become longer and the forsythia blooms we promise to support you and your choices. Read More
Live and Learn – Become a healthcare consumer!
Thanks again for your support. Trying to survive in a healthcare marketplace that is completely dominated by insurance is difficult, to say the least. We’re in the process of figuring it out and continue jumping hurdles. Again, thanks for your patience as well as your feedback as we create a collaborative healthcare experience. As a good friend told me, “it’s not going to be perfect on day 1, so go for it, and make improvements along the way!” Read More
Staying connected…and the 1% rule
Digestive symptoms and diseases are difficult to manage and negatively impact quality of life. Traditional healthcare delivery requires volume and that limits “connectedness” and limits the patient physician relationship. Plus, how much do you actually remember from the brief discussion in the endoscopy recovery unit? Read More
PostRx Announces Partnership with Adyptation
Check out what the buzz is all about! PostRx Healthcare’s focus on patients and healing has garnered the attention of innovative and entrepreneurial companies that are trying to improve the patient experience, increase access to quality care, and reduce healthcare spending. Read More
PostRx Office Space
To my patients:
Finally! I have keys to my new office space and I will be seeing patients starting November 1. Sorry for the delay, but it was critical to make thoughtful decisions that will positively impact my patient’s lives. Medical care and healthcare delivery are at a tipping point. Over 70% of physicians are “employed” by large hospital systems or, increasingly, by private equity groups. That consolidation is stifling, expensive and is, quite simply, unsustainable. Read More