October 15, 2013
How Primary Care Can Handle 15 Million Newly Insured Patients

People have always needed excellent primary care. And patients may fret about how the millions of uninsured people projected to sign up for coverage in 2014 will affect access to care. Here’s what must happen.
Read more. [Image: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters]

How Primary Care Can Handle 15 Million Newly Insured Patients

People have always needed excellent primary care. And patients may fret about how the millions of uninsured people projected to sign up for coverage in 2014 will affect access to care. Here’s what must happen.

Read more. [Image: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters]

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