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Dayton Business Journal
Survey: Most like their doctor, but fret about health care outlook
by Laura Englehart
Monday, October 22, 2012 

A recent survey finds that nearly 80 percent of adult patients like their physicians, but many disapprove of the direction of health care. 

The survey, conducted this past summer by The Physicians Foundation, polled more than 2,200 people 18 and older and concluded that, of those who visited a doctor at least once in the past year, 79 percent were “very satisfied” or “extremely satisfied” with their family doctor or primary care physician. 

About 20 percent of patients were “satisfied,” and only 1 percent said they weren’t.

Meanwhile, 53 percent said they have a negative outlook on health care, versus 22 percent who said they have a positive view. 

Read the rest of the article plus a link to the survey at Dayton Business Journal


 
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