Phil Castle of The Business Times recently wrote an article about Appleton Clinics' Unlimited Primary Care™:

Dr. Craig Gustafson operates Appleton Clinics, a family medical practice in Grand Junction. Gustafson plans to soon switch to a direct primary care model in which the practice will offer patients services for a $79 monthly fee. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Dr. Craig Gustafson operates Appleton Clinics, a family medical practice in Grand Junction. Gustafson plans to soon switch to a direct primary care model in which the practice will offer patients services for a $79 monthly fee. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Craig Gustafson operates a busy family medical practice in Grand Junction, seeing patients who range in age from infancy to over 100 and diagnosing and treating a variety of conditions from common to life-threatening.
Gustafson says he loves his profession and the relationships he’s developed with his patients at Appleton Clinics over the past decade.
He’s far less enamored, though, with a health care system he says has erected barriers between him and his patients, concealed pricing and relegated the role of physicians in part to checking boxes and clicking computer mouses.
That’s why Gustafson plans to soon change the way he practices...

Read the whole article here: Prescription for change: Family practice to offer services for monthly fee.

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AuthorHeather Benjamin