“Where is your quality data?”

“How can you prove you offer excellent medical care?”

“Why do you refuse to submit CPT codes and use HEDIS measures?”
— Every middleman ever

These questions are frustrating. They assume that the third-party insurance payment system has proven its value. Usually, they’re asked by bloviating middlemen attempting to maintain the status quo: an obviously failing health care system that devalues primary care.

As DPC physicians, we understand that the third-party-driven coding system is a garbage-in, garbage-out quality façade. The metrics that are tracked have no bearing on the quality of care delivered. Attempting to track quality using this troglodytic, nonclinical insurance language wastes time and fails to yield any actionable information. We can do better!


Here's your answer to the DPC “Quality Question"



Physician-Driven Data



DPCLytics lets you track clinical data your way 

Here's some of what you'll be able to do:

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Efficiently create SOAP notes

through our simple, physician-friendly interface

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Track data without duplicate data entry

Just copy/paste the SOAP note into your EHR of choice.

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Know your patients

Sort and query your panel by demographics, medical history, or lab results

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Visualize trends

Easily identify outliers with a glance

Summarize patient outcomes 

Show your patients the impact of your care


Quickly determine which patients:

1)    Have visited the office in the past year
2)    Had a screening mammogram within your specified ages and time frames
3)    Have a creatinine above 1.3 or an HgA1c greater than 9
4)    Have an ACC risk score greater than 10
5)    Suffer from a chronic condition: Asthma, COPD, DM, Hep C, HTN, RA, etc
6)    Meet whatever criteria you care about…


You will NOT need to:

1)    Write code or formulas
2)    Re-enter clinical information in calculators like ACC risk score or APRI
3)    Switch EMRs
4)    Pay—it's free for physicians



DPCLytics is still under development

Interested? We'll email you when DPCLytics is ready for primetime (soon!)


Why Track Data?

Tracking clinical data and outcomes improves your ability to care for patients and helps prove the merits of DPC to potential patients.

About Us

DPCLytics is a service of Nulla Tertia LLC.  Nulla Tertia is a new company founded by Phil Eskew and Colin McDonnell with the goal of eliminating middle men from primary care and publicly displaying the quality of Direct Primary Care.