Layer-42 Apr 17, 2020

Nearly 8 in 10 primary care clinicians say their practice is under “severe” or “close to severe” strain because of COVID-19, with only one-third of respondents to a new poll this week reporting that they have enough cash on hand to last one month. Of the 713 primary care physicians, nurse practitioners and physicians assistants in 50 stats and American Samoa who responded to the weekly poll from the Primary care Collaborative and the The Larry A. Green Center, 44% said the level of strain on their practice as “severe” and 35% said it was “close to severe.”

Health Leaders, April 2, 2020