Most older patients say PCPs do not ask about vision

More than half of older patients surveyed said their primary care provider did not ask them about their vision, according to findings recently released from the National Poll on Healthy Aging.
According to researchers, the number of adults with vision impairment is expected to double over the next 3 decades.
“Older adults often have a long list of health concerns to discuss with their primary care provider. Difficulties with vision might not always come to mind,” Preeti Malani, MD, poll director and geriatrics specialist at the University of Michigan Medical (Read more...)

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