• Personal primary care physicians with a direct and enduring relationship with your employee
  • Sick visits: same/next day in-office or virtual telemedicine visits
  • Your employees get the time they need to address their concerns
  • Care from actual physicians (not midlevels) with ears of experience


  • Full Primary Care covered: prevention, wellness, sick, urgent concerns
  • Personalized Wellness Program for each employee
  • Access for visits: telemedicine, phone, text, and in-office
  • Improved health outcomes from coordinated care -test

Cost 10-30% Total cost of care reduction

  • Fewer ER visits
  • Fewer Urgent Care visits
  • Lower specialty physician utilization with point of contact for care reducing unnecessary referrals
  • Reduction in medications and unnecessary imaging
  • Lower hospital utilization

Step one [in fixing the healthcare system] is to accept that you run a health care Business. It’s likely your second largest operating expense after payroll. Just ask your CFO.

Dave Chase
The CEO's Guide to Restoring the American Dream

73% of DPC participants report significant improvement in their overall health since electing the DPC option in the first year.

Why the TRI-DPC Network is right for employers... now

A DPC option may give employees and dependents increased access to primary and urgent care services, from the same provider at no cost, and may provide access to no-cost or low-cost basic labs and prescription drugs as well. Employees may also have lower absenteeism rates, because DPC appointments can generally be scheduled at almost any time and wait times at the office are usually shorter. Key challenges for employers interested in offering a DPC option include the relatively limited number of DPC practices and the geographic dispersion of employees and dependents.

Milliman Report, Society of Actuaries 2020