What parents want from low-acuity pediatric care

    Parents have an increasing network of care options when their child has an urgent, low-acuity care need (ex. earache, sore throat, rash, or cough). We surveyed 740 parents to understand their preferences when selecting this type of care in order to help you meet their top care priorities and compete for pediatric patients. Learn how they decided where to take their child the last time they needed urgent care, and what factors they would consider next time.

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