In the News

Pgh Magazine, Nov 2018

Pgh Post-Gazette, July 2018

Pgh Post-Gazette, July 2018

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“I believe that high-quality healthcare should be simple, affordable and easily accessible for everyone,” 

[Dr. Lin] says.

Pgh Post-Gazette, July 2018

Pgh Post-Gazette, July 2018

Pgh Post-Gazette, July 2018

Dr. Ashley Kittridge
dermatologist

Without the insurance component, Dr. Kittridge said, patients can expect those fees will be lower. “Any time you have a middle man, the fees are higher.”

Pgh Post-Gazette, Aug 2018

Pgh Post-Gazette, July 2018

East End Cooperator, Dec 2017

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[Dr. Lin} believes [direct care] will be medicine the way medicine is supposed to be practiced, and it’s an idea that is catching on nationwide...

East End Cooperator, Dec 2017

Trib Live Hampton/Shaler, Sept 2017

East End Cooperator, Dec 2017

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"After all, when was the last time you used your car insurance to pay for a tune-up or purchase gasoline? Similarly, why should we be spending thousands of our hard-earned dollars on expensive health insurance to cover inexpensive primary care services?"

Trib Live Hampton/Shaler, Sept 2017

Trib Live Hampton/Shaler, Sept 2017

Trib Live Hampton/Shaler, Sept 2017

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Sponsored through the township's community services department, Dr. Kirsten Lin, a primary care physician in Hampton, helped organize the event. It will feature doctors and other health professionals discussing nutrition, physical fitness, mental and psychological well-being, and avoidance of common safety pitfalls.

Wall Street Journal, Feb 2017

Trib Live Hampton/Shaler, Sept 2017

Trib Live Hampton/Shaler, Sept 2017

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“Getting that third-party payer out of the room frees me up to focus on patient care,” says Dr. Meyer, who hopes to expand her year-old practice to 200 patients and is relying on savings until then. “This kind of practice is why I went into medicine, and that feels so good.”