Half of MDs don’t foresee normalcy again until June 2021 or later
Written by Marilyn Bowden on September 15, 2020
A significant number of practicing physicians predict that widespread changes in the national health care system due to the Covid-19 pandemic will linger long after the virus is finally brought under control, according to the Physicians Foundation’s 2020 Survey of America’s Physicians.
“We are living through a historical shift in the way we practice and how we deliver care to patients,” said Gary Price, MD, the foundation’s president, in a prepared statement. “Our health care landscape is constantly changing, and we expect it will be radically different for both physicians and our patients long after the pandemic passes.”
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