Articles written by Dr. Tusek:
This is my analysis of the future of our health, society and prosperity. We live in a time of unparalleled abundance, safety, comfort and prosperity, and yet many of us sense that our way of life is unsustainable.
Why Insurance Companies Will Love DPC
Direct Primary Care (DPC) practices are sprouting up across the nation, providing practical, reliable and achievable solutions to our persistent healthcare crisis, while pledging to be champions for both their patients’ health—as well as their pocketbooks.
An Integral Path to Medicine (The mysteries of Salutogenesis)
- Theory: working to further develop the AQAL framework for health, healing, medicine
- Practice: working to define a practical approach to implement integral methodologies into the practice and delivery of healthcare
- Architecture: building an environment/campus/network that can facilitate the delivery of healthcare by housing a collaborative community of integrally informed practitioners
Articles written about Cloud Medical:
Two Years Without Health Insurance (and What I’m Doing Now)
Two years ago, I was unsatisfied with my options for health insurance. The premiums were rising even as the quality dropped in the form of an ever-increasing deductible. I am guessing that you might feel the same way these days – most of us Americans are in the same boat.
Boulder, Longmont Doctors Offer New Model in Face of Skyrocketing Costs
An offshoot of so-called concierge medicine, in which the wealthy pay to have on-call access to doctors, DPC is geared more toward America’s middle class. Members pay a flat monthly fee in return for 24/7 access to doctors, no deductibles and no co-pays.
Staying in the Game
Boulder County is proud of its Olympians and other elite athletes, but even here, professional athletes are a rarity. Most area runners, cyclists and skiers, even those who are sponsored and travel all over, have careers and a family life they work around. As time moves on and genetics kick in, competitive athletes and weekend warriors alike face diminishing returns. That’s usually when they learn to stop chasing dreams of gold and enjoy performing at their personal best.