Insured adults are seeing their primary care physicians less, study finds

(By Kelly Gooch for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Office visits to primary care physicians are declining among adults with employer-sponsored health insurance, according to a study from the Health Care Cost Institute, an independent, nonprofit partially funded by four health insurance companies. Continue reading article here…

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