Why long-term relationships with patients have become less common

July 15, 2020
Jeff Bendix, Senior Editor

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Logan Lutton

Kurt Stange, MD, says patients changing health insurance when they change jobs, along with physician mobility and changes in technology have combined to make long-term relationships less frequent.

Kurt Stange, MD, says patients changing health insurance when they change jobs, along with physician mobility and changes in technology have combined to make long-term relationships less frequent