Data shows millennials are more willing to judge doctors based on ratings sites like Yelp and Consumer Reports, as well as factors like wait times and cleanliness. (Photo: iStock)

Doctors don’t have to do much to make themselves look bad to a millennial, so says a recent study.

Young people are very willing to ditch a provider due to lackluster facilities and long wait times, according to an analysis of patients by the Health Industry Distributors Association. They are more than twice as likely then older patients to have researched a provider through ratings sites such as Yelp and Consumer Reports.

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