Question special
Lead Moderator

Much of the "against" argument is derived from evidence suggesting that the Annual Physical does not provide measurable health improvements for patients. Much of the the "for" argument questions whether these measurements adequately capture the true scope and impact of the annual physical in the first place.

Let's discuss the current state of our evidence base. How do you interpret the current available evidence? What are the important caveats in drawing conclusions from existing studies? What additional evidence, if any, would be most helpful in guiding policy in this area?