For this population-based, retrospective cohort study, we used administrative physician fee-for-service payment data to identify a cohort of patients and their primary care physicians, determine which physicians retired over the study period, and examine primary care interactions for their patients before and following that retirement. We then compared primary care interactions with a cohort of patients whose physicians did not retire.

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