Insurance places a lot of restrictions on helping people. Where services are delivered, how they are delivered, the demands placed on payments for those services==many professionals long to be free to focus on what is best for their clients. To that end, many dream about moving to a "pay-for-service" model and freeing themselves from the insurance trap.
One way to escape dependency on insurance is to contract with organizations and businesses to provide services. These services can be traditional "health care" (such as Employee Assistance Programs) or they can be "business services" such as training, coaching, or consulting. Private Practice through Contracting helps professionals learn how to find new ways of helping people--ways not constrained by the insurance company.