No proven health impact of free primary care from age 85: Swedish study

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Introducing copayment elimination in primary care in Sweden for those over age 85 has not caused a rise in the number of health care visits. In terms of achieving the intended effect, the reform thus appears to have failed, a University of Gothenburg study shows.

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