Direct primary care (DPC) is a growing model used by family physicians and other primary care specialties aimed at delivering quality care at an affordable price. The model emphasizes ongoing and preventive care services, and third-party fee-for-service payments are abandoned. Instead, a periodic (usually monthly) fee is paid to the DPC physician to better reflect the ongoing patient relationship. The affordability of the monthly fee and the high patient and physician satisfaction have garnered national media attention from many news sources including Time,1Forbes, 2 the New York Times,3 and The Hill.4 This article clarifies terminology in part by analyzing practice self-descriptions, describes Medicare “opt out” and “split” practice data, provides an overview of the periodic fees practices have made publicly available on their websites, and presents other raw practice data in an effort to offer a national snapshot of the growing DPC movement.  Read Article...