3 primary care features lower mortality risk, study shows

01/24/2012 | Yahoo!

Access to comprehensive, patient-centered, and evening and weekend primary care are linked to lower mortality risks, researchers at the University of California, Davis, reported. The study in the journal Annals of Family Medicine found minorities, the uninsured, people with low incomes and those who are less educated were less likely to have access to those three key features of high-quality primary care.

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