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Why The Government Tried To Fix Primary Care And Failed

Shutterstock Americans spend more per-capita on medical care than just about any other country and, yet, they often have little to show for it. Americans have worse access to care than people in other countries, and are often less likely to receive primary care services, like preventive therapies and screening tests. [...]
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