Millennials not going to the doctor (apps don’t replace physicians)

  • A Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) survey and followup analysis by Kaiser Health News found that 26% of 1,200 respondents said they didn’t have a go-to primary care physician.
  • Nearly half (45%) of 18-to-29-year-olds said they didn’t have a primary care doctor.
  • Millennials tend to want to have access to care right away, they want it immediately and they want to be able to see a doctor quickly. 
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