Studies show that headache patients require more communications outside the clinic than any other type of patient. We get that. In this post, Dr. Cris explains why she prefers the direct-care model for IHC.
The great thing about direct primary care practices is that many docs can do their thing with minimal or no staff, much reducing costs all around. However, in my circumstances, I’d be building a novel center in the hopes of improving headache and facial pain care across the board. It needs to be solid from the start but also able to adapt quickly, I need another brain. Yep, a director of operations.
Okay! The more and more I researched Direct Primary Care, and looked into how headache clinics around the country were structured, the more I realized this could really transform headache care across the nation and beyond – perhaps.
Obtaining feedback from physicians, patients and friends allowed me to reflect on a working headache and facial pain clinic structure.