Abstract graphic representing primary careWhen consumers regularly engage with primary care teams, they tend to receive higher-quality care and remain healthier over time. But on average, only 5 – 7 percent of total health spending in the U.S. is on primary care — about half of what other developed countries spend. That low amount of spending belies the inherent value of primary care. ACHP has recommendations on how to expand investment in primary care — leading to better, less-expensive care and healthier communities.

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