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New Data Shows Significant Drop in Number of Americans Visiting Their Primary Care Doctor

Sunday, July 26, 2020  
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NEW YORK, NY (July 27, 2020) - Today Monday, July 27, The Beryl Institute and Ipsos released its findings from the third PX Pulse, a quarterly tracking survey and a first of its kind effort to elevate understanding and track current perspectives on patient experience in healthcare across the United States. Today’s survey reveals a 26-percentage point drop in the number of Americans reporting a visit to their primary care provider compared to the end of 2019. It also shows significant decreases in the number of Americans visiting a specialist (-18%) or undergoing medical testing (-21%) compared to pre-pandemic levels.  While consumers continue to engage in less healthcare activities this quarter compared to last quarter, they remain positive about the overall quality of care they receive in the U.S.

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