Yes I do. If you can do other procedures, you can draw blood. There are great videos on YouTube to show you how. That said, I can send my patients to the lab for the same price to them so much of the time I send them or get labs before their appointment so we can review at the appointment. If you think the total number of times you're going to draw blood for the whole year, it's still nowhere near hiring an MA just for that.
I'm a hybrid DPC 75% Medicaid 25%. I like really complete documentation when appropriate and not when not it's not. In my EMR, I have "chart parts" for all the standard stuff for billing and for my own use and then mix and match as appropriate. So a note about depression looks about the same for both (I bill based on time for Medicaid), as does a visit for something like htn or diabetes where all that ros and such is actually useful for me too. The difference is something like freezing a wart. For my DPC patients, I have a single sentence note I pop in, basically "has wart, froze x3, patient tolerated well, the end". For Medicaid, I still have a full note with all the parts so I bill as office visit for diagnosing plus procedure. You'll refine what you do to how you work. I have REALLY detailed/long patient summaries that I post on the portal. Some people don't.
The other huge difference is I just don't generate as many office visits in DPC. A rash is just a phone call or portal message and a photo uploaded in the portal. That cuts way back on documentation... I've chart parts for all the stuff I can take care of without an appointment so it only takes a moment to look at the photo and pop in the instructions. Same for hemorrhoids, pink eye, etc etc etc