Primary Care & COVID-19

Since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020, it has had a major impact on patients and the healthcare system—including primary care. Primary care clinicians are among the healthcare workers on the front lines during this health crisis addressing prevention of the virus, triaging patients concerned that they may be infected, and caring for those who are ill. As an organization that represents a broad group of public and private organizations, the Primary Care Collaborative is carrying out its mission to unify and engage diverse stakeholders in promoting policies and sharing best practices that support the growth of high-performing primary care as clinicians and patients grapple with the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19. The items here are ways PCC is collecting and sharing information in the primary care community to support its members and inform policymakers. We have many partners in this work, but we wish to acknowledge in particular the Larry A. Green Center, which we partnered with for two years to inform, field and disseminate their regular surveys of primary care clinicians and patients. 

COVID-19 Survey


Are you a physician, nurse practitioner, or PA working in primary care?

Help PCC and the Larry A. Green Center track how your practice is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak by completing the Green Center's occasional survey. 

The regular surveys are no longer being conducted.
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