2011 Patient Access to Health Care Survey

A survey about patient access to health care in Massachusetts, conducted for the Massachusetts Medical Society, shows:

  • More than half of primary care practices are closed to new patients,
  • Longer wait times to get appointments with primary and specialty physicians
  • Significant variations in physician acceptance of government and government-related insurance products.

Download the full report here. (.pdf, 21 pages)

Read the MMS news release about the report.
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