Primary care new patient appointment availability in 10 states improved by 5.4 percentage points between 2013 and 2016 for non-elderly people enrolled in Medicaid. During the same period, primary care appointment availability declined by 1.4 percentage points for non-elderly people covered by private health insurance. These findings were reported in “Changes in Primary Care Access Between 2012 and 2016 for New Patients With Medicaid and Private Coverage” by Daniel Polsky, Ph.D.; Molly Candon, Ph.D.; Brendan Saloner, Ph.D.; DouglasWissoker, Ph.D.; Katherine Hempstead, Ph.D.; Genevieve M. Kenney, Ph.D.; and Karin Rhodes, M . . .