Studies: Patients often don't pursue follow-up care

03/14/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Even when they are insured, Americans often don't pursue or receive needed follow-up medical care, according to two new studies. One study found being uninsured did reduce the chances of the person receiving needed care, but the other found that having insurance didn't necessarily solve the problem.

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