A national poll conducted for C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan finds nearly half of responding parents believe there should be no co-pays for email consultations with physicians.

The hospital commissioned GfK Custom Research to do the survey of 1,420 adult parents in June because while primary care office co-pays generally range up to $30, co-pays for email consultations have not been established.

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