Multiple Pandemic-Related Delays in Care Tied to Worse Chronic Disease Outcomes

Lack of availability of in-person visits and perceived lack of urgency were the primary reasons cited for delaying care during the pandemic. Among patients who delayed medical or behavioral health care, 58% and 63%, respectively, delayed care more than once, which was associated with worse outcomes.

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