Most older patients want coordinated care, but few receive it

04/3/2014 | BeckersHospitalReview.com

A survey by the John A. Hartford Foundation revealed 73% of elderly patients said they would prefer coordinated care from a team of medical professionals, but only 27% reported receiving such care. Researchers also found that 48% of older patients said they would think about switching primary care doctors if coordinated team care is available elsewhere.

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