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In early childhood, continuous care by 1 doctor improves delivery of health screenings
Date:3/2/2008

e from the same doctor.

In 2008, theres a lot of discussion about the purpose of primary care and the benefits children achieve by having a regular doctor, said Alessandrini. We dont want to forget the basics and if there are simple ways to ensure those aspects of primary care are met, then we should find ways to get them done.

Although they examined duration of office hours and other practice specific information, the researchers did not determine whether a medical office uses electronic records to alert providers when it was time for screening, a method shown in past studies to improve vaccination rates and other services.

Also, the authors caution that increasing continuity of care is difficult because certain office visits require immediate medical attention and parents may prefer their child see the first physician available rather than wait to see their regular doctor. Future studies are needed to monitor patients over a longer period of time and in a wider geographic region, the authors said.


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