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Top 10 States that Could Use Virtual Primary Care the Most

A Kaiser Family Foundation state indicator report has found that almost one-third of the U.S. population lives in a Primary Care Health Provider Shortage Area (HPSA). This means that a significant number of people are lacking access to the essential primary care services they need for better health outcomes, improved care management and lower healthcare costs. Primary care is crucial for the early detection and management of chronic diseases, reducing hospitalizations and emergency room visits, and promoting overall wellness. However, due to the shortage of healthcare providers, many adults cannot access the primary care they need.

February 27, 2024

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