Less than half of parents think their 18-year-olds can make a doctors appointment

15 diciembre 2014

Many parents doubt their older teens are ready to manage their own health care, according to a recent poll. The poll found that about two-thirds of parents (69%) believe adolescents should stop seeing their child-focused provider and begin seeing an adult-focused provider for primary care at age 18 (42%), or even at younger ages (27%).