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In-Home Primary Care vs. Traditional Primary Care

Freedom. Flexibility. Better health. More and more people are discovering that in-home primary care offers a level of convenience that is light-years ahead of traditional, in-office primary care.


Receiving primary care at home is not just for the home-bound, or for people with transportation challenges. It’s for anyone looking for more comfort and convenience.


In-home primary care is an elegant solution to the rushed, crowded model of health care you may be used to. That’s why more adults on Medicare are choosing in-home primary care vs. traditional primary care.

The Benefits of In-Home Primary Care

When you choose in-home primary care, you can say goodbye to many of the common problems associated with traditional primary care.

No More Sick Waiting Rooms

Instead of spending hours in a cramped waiting room, breathing germs and possibly becoming exposed to disease, you can wait for your appointment in the comfort of your own house. Avoiding crowded health care waiting rooms can go a long way in reducing your exposure to illness, and may keep you healthier, longer. Plus, it can be so frustrating to experience long wait times just to see your doctor. In-home primary care makes sure you no longer have to wait a long time just to meet with your health provider.

More Time with Your Provider

With traditional primary care, you might spend all that time in the waiting room only to get a couple of minutes with your doctor. With in-home primary care, your doctor comes to you – right at home. And with this model of care, your care team often has the ability to spend more time with you than they would be able to in a traditional setting, giving you plenty of time to ask questions and share concerns.

Tech That Travels

With in-home care, your care provider won’t be carrying the black medical bag from the “house calls” of yesteryear. Today’s in-home primary care providers bring smartphones and tablets along with their stethoscopes. They use these devices to run tests, scan results, update charts, communicate with the pharmacy, and more.

Flexibility and Convenience

Nowadays, the convenience of in-home primary care can be for everyone. You deserve health care that focuses on you, the patient, and makes you feel at ease. And because health problems don’t only occur during business hours, you can take advantage of the ability to contact your care team during off-hours, too. This model of care is all about providing you value, and that includes being flexible to your needs.

A More Private Experience

Health care can feel very impersonal – especially when it’s our own bodies being examined. We want to feel comfortable, and not put all of our health problems on display. You can choose to have a more private health care experience when you receive your care at home, with your primary care provider, instead of in the traditional office setting.

Virtual Appointment Options

Sometimes, you don’t even need the doctor to come to your home – that’s when telemedicine, or video health calls, are even more convenient. Talk directly to your doctor over your phone, computer, or other smart device, and get care without leaving your living room.

Available With Many Medicare Plans

Does all this sound too good to be true – or perhaps too expensive for your budget? The good news is in-home primary care is now available to many people on Medicare and Medicare Advantage*— and it’s typically the same cost as a traditional office visit.


*Subject to Medicare and your Medicare Advantage plans rules and restrictions.

How to Switch to In-Home Primary Care

There’s a better way to manage your health. Leave the traditional in-office care behind and switch to in-home primary care.

NewPrimaryCare.com™ can help you navigate this transition, connecting you with friendly, helpful professionals who can assist you in finding the right doctor to meet your needs.

Learn more about switching primary care providers to receive the freedom and flexibility of in-home primary care. Call the phone number below or find a new doctor today.

Phone a primary care advocate at 800-587-9194.

In-Home Primary Care is for Everyone!