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Stay Up To Date With Healthcare | DPC Blog

Keep up to date on current healthcare topics as well health news from around the world with our DPC Blog. Please come back to stay up to date on what we're doing and what's going on in the medical world! Learn more how Zenith Direct Care offers affordable primary direct care and healthcare saving plans in Utah. 

What's the Best Health Insurance for Young Adults: Exploring Direct Primary Care

As young adults embark on their journey toward independence, securing the best health insurance coverage is often overlooked. With numerous options available in the market, finding the most suitable choice can be overwhelming. In this blog, we’ll explore a promising alternative to traditional insurance, Direct Primary Care (DPC), and shed light on its benefits to young adults. Read more...

Say Goodbye to the Common Cold and Hello to Direct Primary Care

It's hard to believe that the first winter day is on December 21. By now, Riverton, Utah, has already received plenty of snow, and local ski resorts are in full swing for the season. Unfortunately, the temperatures have also dropped below freezing. If you're one of the few who stick around for the winter, you know it's about to get colder and snowier. If you have children, then you also know how prone they are to getting the common cold. Read more...

Compare Medical Cost Sharing Programs

Comparing Medical Cost Sharing Programs Many healthcare cost sharing programs have similar characteristics and payment structures. For one, members have to be professed, practicing Christians who live according to Biblical principles, as cost sharing by law is a religious exemption from the health insurance mandate. But there are differences between different organizations offering medical cost. Read more...

Obamacare Loophole

A loophole? Yes – well, sort of. You must have a plan for healthcare, but it doesn’t have to be costly health insurance. It’s called health cost sharing, and the concept began decades ago. A small group of Christians got together to help each other pay for some medical bills, and the movement was born! Read more...