Thursday, July 30, 2015

Direct Primary Care Ohio "Unsummit" III Dayton, Ohio August 22, 2015

A. Patrick Jonas, MD

Philip Whitecar, MD

Will Sawyer, MD

will present at the DPC Ohio Unsummit III in Beavercreek (Dayton Suburb) on August 22, 2015.

These Family Physicians have studied Direct Primary Care and play with it daily.  Dr.'s Jonas and Whitecare have Hybrid (traditional and DPC) practices in Beavercreek.  Dr. Sawyer has a subscription practice in Sharonville.

They will expound on DPC Nuts and Bolts and their personal situations relative to DPC in interactive sessions that allow attendees a personalized opportunity to interact about DPC and get lots of questions answered.  We'll address student and resident issues including curriculum and practical experiences.  Legislation will be an important discussion.

What won't happen: Mention or discussion about prices.  This keeps us on the right side of the FTC.

All primary care physicians, NP's, PA's, Office Administrators, Office Staff are welcome.  Medical Students and residents are welcome.  Other stakeholders such as medical societies, holistic practitioners, general surgeons, imaging centers, laboratories, wellness companies (such as Gemcare Wellness) and special insurances (such as LibertyHealthShare, etc.) may wish to sponsor and attend.

9 AM to 4 PM at 3210 Beaver Vu Drive, Beavercreek OH.  That's the Chamber of Commerce Conference Room.  Just N of Rt 35 East of I675.  Across street from Beaver Vu Bowling Alley (bring your ball and shoes for more fun).

This is a big WiFi type meeting.  DPC is all over the web.

$150 to attend ($125 subsequent person from same practice). Medical Students $25    Residents $50.

Make checks to CIFCH  and send to CIFCH 2633 Commons Blvd Suiite 120, Beavercreek, OH 45431 or pay at the door after registering on Facebook as below.

More information: Pat Jonas, MD or Rebecca at 427-7540 or email

$250 to sponsor with a display table.

We'll see you on August 22 (and later in 2015 for Ohio Unsummit IV).

Registration via message to Center for Innovation in Family and Community Health on Facebook.

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