The Kaiser Family Foundation recently reported that millennials are increasingly choosing not to have a primary care doctor. Of those aged 18-29, 45 percent have no primary care doctor compared to 28 percent of those 30 to 49, with the numbers dropping for older cohorts. This begs several fascinating questions, including: Why such a steep drop-off among this generation? What are the implications for the healthcare system? And what should be done? A lot to bite off, but I’ll give it a go.
Winning Millennials is the Long-Game Strategy Healthcare Organizations Need
November 5, 2018