93% of respondents had an in-person visit at their most recent primary care physician (PCP) appointment, and 44% preferred in-person visits with all providers. In the last year, however, nearly half (45%) of adults surveyed used telehealth at least once, with younger adults between the ages of 18 to 34 much more likely (61%) to have used telehealth.
QUICK READ: Via Vox “the flaws in America’s health system have been evident for decades to anyone who cared to look, but the coronavirus pandemic has left no more room for doubt: People will die because the US refuses to treat health care as a public good and a universal right. They already are.
KEY TAKEAWAY: Our current healthcare model i not sustainable. To change healthcare is going to require an approach that removes lobbyist money and focuses on delivering a healthcare experience that removes financial stress from patients.