“Portland PPC is a well-planned and beautifully executed program. Free labs? Quality healthcare, regardless of insurance coverage? Holistic practitioners with a variety of disciplines? And it’s affordable! I love PPC in PDX and highly recommended it for patients and health care professionals.” -Correy Mercer Hinkley
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“Portland PPC has been fantastic for me. It has allowed me to get regular medical care from a doctor I felt I could trust, even though my insurance only covers big things. I have been able to build a relationship with my doctor, receiving care over time to gain greater wellness. It’s a great way […]
The PPC is dedicated to providing our members with the best possible care. To this end, we are pleased to tell you about the brand new services now included in our basic coop membership! Quest Diagnostics is the world’s leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services that patients and doctors need to make better healthcare decisions. Through PPC’s […]
Believe it or not, we can make healthcare cheaper for patients and more lucrative for doctors. Here’s proof. Operation Bon Appetit talks with Don McCormick, founder of the Patients Physicians Cooperative in Houston & data scientist Fred Trotter.
Posted on July 11, 2014 I Written ByKyle SamaniKyle is Founder and CEO of Pristine, a company in Austin, TX that develops telehealth communication tools optimized for Google Glass in healthcare environments. Prior to founding Pristine, Kyle spent years developing, selling, and implementing electronic medical records (EMRs) into hospitals. He also writes for EMR and […]
“PPC/PDX has been a great experience for me. Their patient advocacy, discounts on prescription drugs and network of providers is well worth the monthly charge. You get access to whole range of naturopaths, massage therapists, chiropractors, dentists and general medical doctors that truly care about people. PPC provides a platform where patients and health professionals […]
My husband had just lost his job in December 2011. I was employed with a Beaverton Non-Profit, but the organization carried no health insurance for our three eligible employees. Two of the employees were covered by the Oregon Health Plan and I was left without any coverage for myself since I made just a little […]
First and foremost I like the PPC because it actually provides care that I can afford! I qualify for only a tiny bit of help with my payments under the ACA and I don’t make very much money! (Less than $35,000/yr). The “help” does not bring the ACA costs within my budget. None of the […]
By Nancy Tannler, The Southeast Examiner “In 2011 the Patient/Physician Cooperative (PPC), was founded in Portland by citizens and volunteers interested in making a positive impact on the health of the uninsured in Oregon. The PPC provides people direct access to basic healthcare needs and routine checkups at an affordable rate. The Southeast Examiner spoke […]
By Pete Shaw, Portland Occupier “While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has certainly been a boon for many people, particularly those who prior to its passage could not afford health insurance, it is still lacking in many areas. The most glaring of these is that it is not a single payer system, which is the […]