Having a Usual Source of Care Reduces ED Visits - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers

ABSTRACT: The recent growth in the use of emergency departments (EDs) is costly, undesirable, and unnecessary. This trend is partly due to a growing proportion of persons who lack a usual source of care. This group is increasingly likely to rely on EDs for their health care needs compared with those who have a usual source of care.

What Makes a High-Earning Family Physician? - Getting Paid

Who Will Have Health Insurance in 2025? - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers

Income Disparities Shape Medical Student Specialty Choice - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers

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