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Primary care docs rarely screen patients for depression study finds

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 13 16 0 | about 2 years ago

Despite federal recommendations that healthcare providers screen patients for depression a new study found that only 4 of adults were screened for depression during primary care visits That low rate suggests missed opportunities to identify patients with depression and link them with care the study authors said

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