Thursday, August 20, 2009

Market-Based Health Care: Truck Stop Retail Clinics

Designed specifically for over-the-road truck drivers, Roadside Medical Clinic Lab is the nation’s first ever network of retail health clinics designed to meet the growing demand of America’s 3.4 million truck drivers.

While specifically meeting the needs for drivers, Roadside Medical is also driving down the health care costs for the entire trucking industry through regular preventive care, practical lifestyle and wellness programs, and full DOT compliance testing and reporting.

Roadside Medical Clinics are currently operating in
Arkansas, Georgia and Tennessee, with more clinics to open soon. See today's press release Roadside Medical Clinic + Lab Expands to 11 Sites in TX, CA, NM, NJ, IN and OK.


At 8/20/2009 6:00 PM, Blogger KauaiMark said...

Can itty-bitty skateboard drivers pop in for service too?

At 8/20/2009 8:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Things could even be cheaper if the government subsidized med students the way it subsidizes law students.

How about vouchers for med students of say $50,000 per year? Then they wouldn't have so much debt when they finished. The increased number (supply) of health care providers would reduce costs and increase competition in the market place. Would be worth every cent for the vouchers in the long run...

At 8/21/2009 1:57 AM, Anonymous Ian Random said...

"The Medicare program makes explicit payments to teaching hospitals for a portion of these added costs through direct graduate medical education (DGME) payments. "

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