Nextera Healthcare in the News
Primary Care Cures
Meet those making a difference in primary care with host Ron Barshop and hear about reversing burnout, physician shortages, bad models, and forced buyouts.
Employee Benefit Adviser
Colorado-based benefits company teamed up with Nextera Healthcare, a healthcare resources provider, to bring a direct primary care model to employees.
Zak Holdsworth, CEO, and Founder of Hint awarded Nextera Healthcare with the Innovators Award for the creation of Nextera Healthcare's Community.
DPC innovators discuss their entries into the employer market, the business value of working with employers, and lessons learned as they continue growing in this market.
MDEdge | Family Practice
Strong team, alternate mindset.
On The Road w/ Nextera Healthcare, Founder & CEO Dr. Clint Flanagan -- Podcast Part 1
Designating it as one of the most promising healthcare companies in the industry.
Dr. Clint Flanagan and a panel of business professionals from across the health care sector joined American Enterprise Institute to discuss how to bring better value and lower cost to health care.
San Francisco Business Times
A growing national movement led by providers is looking to create a direct relationship between primary care physicians and patients.
Colorado Health Institute
Colorado is an enthusiastic adopter of Direct Primary Care. What does that mean for providers and patients?
Denver Business Journal
"Direct primary care," as the approach is called, is expanding significantly nationwide...
Direct primary care now a benefit option for district employees, dependents
Employers that move to the Direct Care payment model save up to 40% on their healthcare costs
Nextera Healthcare featured on Denver 7 News
The Colorado Independent
A bill to protect a lower-cost model heads to the state House floor after passing committee in both chambers
Physician acceptance of direct primary care (DPC), is on the rise.
HR execs say the direct primary care model offers old-time care and lowers costs
CEO’s: Health-care industry still needs correcting
DigitalGlobe case study participants showed increased satisfaction with their healthcare experience while realizing a 25% reduction in claims.