Patients with disabilities have problems with access to care

12/16/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

A Kaiser Family Foundation study found that people under age 65 who have disabilities were among the patient groups that reported a higher rate of problems getting access to a physician for routine care, but not for acute medical care. According to the data, people with disabilities also were among patient groups who were more likely not to have a regular source of care.

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