By Joanne Finnegan @ Fierce Healthcare 

In a national survey, 89% of Americans said it’s important to have a relationship with a physician who knows their health background and family and medical history.

The poll, conducted on behalf of the Health is Primary campaign from Family Medicine for America’s Health (FMAHealth), found strong support for primary care. The survey found 86% of Americans agreed that primary care leads to healthier patients, higher quality healthcare and lower costs—the so-called Triple Aim of healthcare.

The poll of about 22,800 registered voters was conducted online from February to April and also found the following...

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