COVID-19: How disease grows when doctor-patient relationships shrink

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Patients used to have stronger relationships with their primary care doctors, and the lack of trust and guidance provided by that bond has changed patients’ ability to respond to COVID-19—and might’ve made it worse from the start.

In this episode, we talk to Timothy Hoff (professor of management, healthcare systems, and health policy).