Part of Gen Z’s dissatisfaction with health care delivery in general might come from the fact that only 55 percent reported that they have a primary care physician. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Younger adults are pushing for changes to the status quo in health care, and even older consumers are willing to try non-traditional models of care, according to a new report.

The online study by Accenture surveyed 8,000 people, most of them Americans, but a substantial number of respondents were citizens of Australia, England, Finland, Norway, Singapore, and Spain. The survey aimed to assess the attitudes of consumers toward traditional and non-traditional health care service delivery.

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