Speakers for DPC 2024

Philip Eskew, DO, JD, MBA

“Conflicts of Interest”

DPC 2024 Legal Part 2 + Q&A
Session 01 Track 01

Phil Eskew brings a deep dive entitled “Conflicts of Interest” in our Start Up track designed for physicians launching their DPC doctor’s office.


Philip Eskew, DO, JD, MBA
Family Medicine Physician & Attorney

Physician and attorney extraordinaire Phil Eskew tackles the legal obstacles in DPC directly addressing Conflicts of Interest.


Philip Eskew is a direct primary care family physician and attorney. His clinical interests are broad and his legal interests are narrow.

He is AOA board certified in family medicine & OMT, Correctional Medicine and Addiction Medicine with a CAQ in Occupational Medicine. He enjoys teaching, whether it is with patients, medical colleagues, or legal colleagues. He has given over 80 continuing education presentations at events hosted by many organizations including the AOA, ACOFP, AOCOPM, AAFP, AAPS, Docs4Patient Care Foundation, NY State Bar Association, National Commission on Correctional Healthcare, and others.

He founded and maintains DPC Frontier, an open access legal and policy research website in 2014 that is routinely used by over 2,000 DPC practices across the country.

His policy experiences include an AOA Health Policy Fellowship, AOA Training in Policy Studies program, AAFP’s Robert Graham Center Visiting Scholars program, & AACOM’s OHPI program. In 2015 he completed his family medicine residency in Pennsylvania and began serving a site medical director role for multiple state prisons in Wyoming. Since 2016 he has served as the VP of Clinical Development and General Counsel for Proactive MD, an on-site focused primary care clinic company headquartered in Greenville, SC. He routinely relies on his accounting & legal backgrounds to discuss federal tax & insurance laws.

His research has been published in many journals including the Journal of American Physicians & Surgeons, the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, Family Practice Management, the Journal of Legal Medicine and the West Virginia Medical Journal. He still spends most of his time doing what he enjoys most – seeing patients!

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