Whether you’re the picture of health or you suffer from multiple conditions, you should have a primary-care provider (PCP).
That’s a person who handles routine health problems like sprains or the flu, keep track of medications, and, if necessary, coordinates care with specialists. Without that point person, you’re more prone to drug errors and more likely to have early symptoms go unseen until they develop into serious problems.
Source: Consumer Reports on Health magazine March 2018
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