Primary Care Physicians Underuse Depression Management Tools

Primary care physicians play a front-line role in treating depression, diagnosing and managing half of the 8 million ambulatory visits for the condition each year. Yet primary care practices routinely underuse effective chronic disease management tools when treating depression, compared to when treating medical conditions such as diabetes and asthma, reports a new study led by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers.

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