Business Benefits

At Sasser DPC we focus on you, the patient. Our goal is to provide you accessible, affordable, premium healthcare.

If you’re a business owner or decision-maker, you already know how traditional group insurance plans don’t always meet the needs of your company. Financial benefits are only realized at scale. Brokers charge high fees. And government policies send you back to the insurance drawing board every few years.

Direct primary care (DPC) is an alternative to traditional business insurance. Not only does DPC help you avoid common frustrations you have with group insurance, but it also provides a number of positive benefits that will support your bottom line while also providing great benefits to your employees.

And we will be with you every step of the way. Our small, personal team will help you craft the direct primary care plan that’s best for you. We’re a small business in Baton Rouge, and understand that customer service and community values are important to our clients.

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Five Transformational Business Benefits of Direct Primary Care

Direct primary care is a healthcare model that has gained popularity in recent years. DPC allows patients to access primary care services without the involvement of insurance providers, thus eliminating the financial barriers that prevent many from accessing basic healthcare services. DPC has many benefits, including reducing healthcare costs, improving patient outcomes, and increasing patient satisfaction.

Our business clients constantly tell us how much they appreciate these five benefits.

Reduced Healthcare Costs

One of the most significant benefits of DPC for businesses is the potential to reduce healthcare costs. Employers are often the ones responsible for providing healthcare coverage for their employees. With the traditional insurance-based healthcare model, the costs of healthcare coverage can be exorbitant, making it difficult for businesses to provide affordable healthcare to their employees.

DPC, on the other hand, can help businesses save on healthcare costs by eliminating the middlemen and reducing administrative expenses. Since DPC practices do not bill insurance providers, they can charge patients a flat monthly fee. This fee covers all primary care services provided by the DPC practice, including office visits, basic lab tests, and generic medications.

By eliminating insurance providers, DPC practices can keep their costs low and pass on the savings to their patients. This can benefit businesses that offer DPC as an employee benefit by reducing their healthcare costs and freeing up resources that can be invested elsewhere.

Improved Employee Health

Another benefit of DPC for businesses is the potential to improve employee health. With DPC, patients have more time to spend with their doctors during office visits. This allows for more comprehensive care and better management of chronic conditions.

DPC practices also focus on preventative care, which can help identify health issues before they become more severe and costly to treat. By providing regular check-ups, DPC practices can catch health problems early, allowing for more effective treatment and potentially preventing more serious health issues down the line.

When employees are healthier, they are more productive, take fewer sick days, and are less likely to require expensive medical treatments. This can benefit businesses by reducing absenteeism, increasing productivity, and lowering healthcare costs.

Increased Employee Satisfaction

Offering DPC as an employee benefit can also improve employee satisfaction. With DPC, employees have easier access to healthcare services, which can help them manage their health more effectively. This can lead to higher employee satisfaction and loyalty, as employees feel that their employer is invested in their well-being.

DPC practices also offer more personalized care, with longer appointment times and more time spent with the patient. This can make employees feel more valued and cared for, which can lead to higher job satisfaction and improved employee retention.

Better Recruitment and Retention

Employers who offer DPC as an employee benefit can also benefit from improved recruitment and retention. In a competitive job market, offering unique and valuable employee benefits can make a company more attractive to potential candidates.

DPC is a relatively new and innovative healthcare model that can differentiate a business from its competitors. By offering DPC as an employee benefit, businesses can attract top talent and retain their existing employees.

Enhanced Corporate Social Responsibility

Offering DPC as an employee benefit can also demonstrate a business’s commitment to corporate social responsibility. By providing affordable and accessible healthcare to their employees, businesses can show that they are invested in the well-being of their employees and the community at large.

DPC practices often prioritize patient care over profits, which aligns with many businesses’ values. By partnering with a DPC practice, businesses can support a healthcare model that prioritizes the patient experience and puts the patient first.

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Employee Care

We know that transitioning to a new health plan takes time. Key decision-makers have to sit down and discuss the pros and cons. This is why you should reach out to the Sasser team today to start the process. Let us help you make an informed decision regarding employee benefits and DPC.

From business values to financial savings, there are many good reasons to make the switch. 

Overall, direct primary care is an innovative healthcare model that offers many benefits to businesses. By providing affordable, accessible, and high-quality care, businesses can improve employee health, reduce healthcare costs, and enhance their reputation as socially responsible organizations.

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