Does it matter when choosing PCP is when you’re just looking to get referrals to see specialists?

Hello everyone,

I recently moved and in need of choosing a doctor. Unfortunately, many in my areas have very low rating (like near 2 on github, google, doctor reviewing sites, etc.) suprisingly so i don’t expect a great service.

Anyway, I mainly looking to recover from my backpain (starting with diagnosis, xray) and eventually working with a PT or Chiropractor (also a dermatologist).

How does getting a referral from your PCP work? If i get one, can i take it to anywhere that accommodates my insurance? What’s the advantage of getting a referral from PCP to see a specialist? Is it just purely a reduced cost (due to insurance benefits)?

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Hello everyone, ​ I recently moved and in need of choosing a doctor. Unfortunately, many in my areas have very low rating (like near 2 on github, google, doctor reviewing sites, etc.) suprisingly so i don’t expect a great service. ​ Anyway, I mainly looking to recover from my backpain (starting with diagnosis, xray) and eventually working with a PT or Chiropractor (also a dermatologist). ​
How does getting a referral from your PCP work? If i get one, can i take it to anywhere that accommodates my insurance? What’s the advantage of getting a referral from PCP to see a specialist? Is it just purely a reduced cost (due to insurance benefits)?

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