Physicians working fewer hours due to furloughs and layoffs
COVID19 fallout is causing a heretofore unexperienced staffing crisis.
Primary care physicians reluctant to prescribe opioid-use disorder medications
OUD medications are considered to ‘gold standard’ for safe, effective treatment.
Post-COVID practice procedure and policy updates
How practices are updating infection control procedures and maintaining patient relations in the wake of the pandemic.
SBA and PPP loans increase in the seventh week of pandemic lockdowns
Nearly 1,000 primary care respondents report plans to apply for loans.
Patient, staff reductions adversely impacting practices weekly survey finds
90 percent of respondents reported dramatic patient reductions, as well as lack of testing capacity and experiences of illness and quarantine.
CARES Act expanding telemedicine access
Funding is brining critical virtual care to remote areas of the nation.
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