What is Negentex?
Negentex is a Primary Care Management Services Organization (MSO) with an innovative, data-driven, scalable primary care system that produces better medical care for patients, a better life for physicians, and reduced medical costs to payors.
Our healthcare system is broken. We spend massive amounts of money treating people sick with chronic disease. Our primary care system is broken. High patient volume and high administrative burden render primary care ineffective leading to overutilization of expensive hospital and specialty care. Negentex is reinventing primary care to heal our broken American medical system.
Who We Are
The Negentex System Delivers
- A better life for doctors
- Reduced total medical costs to payors and produce a positive return on the investment in primary care
- A win for all parties: patients, doctors, and payors
Fifteen years ago, I was ready to quit medicine. I wasn’t happy with the quality of the care I could provide; my life was a wreck, and I was going bankrupt.
I shared my decision to quit medicine with a patient who happened to be a successful businessman. He looked at me and said, “Bill, you’re a great doctor and you love your patients. Don’t quit medicine. Just build a new model.”
I thought about what he said and took his advice. I developed a new primary care model – one that any general practitioner or health system can implement. This model enabled me to provide better medical care to my patients and enjoy a better life.
A few years in to using this new model I received a call from my credentialing officer at my local hospital. He asked me, “Bill, how many patients have you admitted over the past 2 years?” I responded, “I don’t think I’ve admitted anyone.” He said, “Well that’s a problem, I can’t give you privileges if you aren’t admitting any patients.” At that moment I realized the real benefits of this new model. It is about keeping people healthy and out of the hospital. And if scaled nationally the savings to the system could be massive.
The power isn’t in me. The power is in the model. Reinventing primary care saved my career and it can save our broken American medical system.