You change doctors from time to time. Maybe you just moved into a new area and need a new doctor. Maybe your old doctor retired. Or maybe you simply wanted to make a switch. However it happens, your new doctor is going to need some information to provide you with the best health care possible.
Today’s blog post is written by Rachel O’Conner, a San Diego-based freelance writer who covers issues ranging from health care and technology to education and lifestyle topics. The views expressed are her own and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of WPS Health Insurance or its affiliates.
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