Medscape September 8, 2021
Aine Cryts

Twenty-six percent of men of color and 20% of White men said they visit their primary care physician less than once a year or never, according to a national survey from the Cleveland Clinic. Additionally, only 35% of Latino men and 31% of Asian men see their primary care physician more than once a year, according to the survey.

The survey included only male persons. Although the sample size was small ― only 1000 persons ― physicians say they are seeing the same trends at their practices.

The survey, which was as part of the Cleveland Clinic’s annual MENtion It campaign, shows that virtual visits across the Cleveland Clinic’s network increased from approximately 37,000 in 2019 to 1.2 million in...

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