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What Would I Do Next? | Urgent Care Follow Up

Matthew DeLaney, MD and Charles Khoury, MD
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  • A considerable portion of patients have difficulty establishing prompt follow-up care after being seen in the ED or urgent care.

  • Patients with medicaid have the lowest rates of follow up while those with private commercial insurance have the highest rates.

  • Statistically patients are less successful when trying to establish care with a specialist and are more likely to be seen by a primary care provider.

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