Medical Economics March 4, 2024
Richard Payerchin

Teamwork, new providers and telehealth all are affecting how primary care is delivered in the United States.

Beneficial interaction between primary care physicians and patients depends on continuity and trust.

But that relationship is evolving due to teamwork within health care providers, new options for patients to find health care, and the expansion of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to three experts who discussed the past, present and potential future of primary care.

On Feb. 28, the Milbank Memorial Fund, The Physicians Foundation, and the Robert Graham Center of the American Academy of Family Physicians unveiled “The Health of US Primary Care: 2024 Scorecard Report – No One Can See You Now.” It was the second annual report on...

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