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Consumer Survey Insights for Patient Experience Week, April 29th – May 3rd

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U.S. News recently surveyed 2,000 U.S. adults on how they go about choosing a doctor, what qualities they want in a primary care physician, why they skip checkup visits, and more. Image for illustration purposes
U.S. News recently surveyed 2,000 U.S. adults on how they go about choosing a doctor, what qualities they want in a primary care physician, why they skip checkup visits, and more. Image for illustration purposes
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By Sarah Pike | Senior Digital PR Manager, Corporate Communications / U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News recently surveyed 2,000 U.S. adults on how they go about choosing a doctor, what qualities they want in a primary care physician, why they skip checkup visits, and more. Here’s a preview:

  • More than one quarter (27%) of U.S. adults had their last annual physical in 2022 or earlier.
  • More than one quarter (29%) who had a recent annual physical (in 2023 or 2024) said they visit their primary care provider more often since the start of the COVID pandemic.
  • One in five (20%) want to know their primary care provider’s stance on ethnic disparities in health care.
  • Two in three (66%) are more likely to visit a primary care provider if masks are required.
  • Three in four (75%) are more likely to visit a primary care provider where COVID vaccines are offered.
  • Nearly one quarter (23%) look for a primary care provider with many positive patient reviews.

More  health.usnews.com/health-care/top-doctors/articles/primary-care-experiences-survey-report 

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Note: The margin of error for this survey is 3% at a 95% confidence level.

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